Dave Grohl Creepily Filmed Partying In Las Vegas


Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl was filmed having a good time at Spiegelworld’s Absinthe show in Las Vegas on Thursday night. Grohl was also kind of creepily photographed leaving a hotel, not too cool to photograph the guy from a distance in a private moment! You can view photos and videos below.

Spiegelworld began creating its immersive live entertainment experiences in New York City in 2006.
At the core of this seductive world was a unique venue – a century-old Belgian spiegeltent beautifully crafted from teak, stained glass, mirrors and luxurious velvet. Surrounding this wondrous travelling tent from a bygone era, Spiegelworld added an eclectic playground to party in before and after the show including a raucous biergarten, speak-easy bars, hammock gardens, secret VIP nooks and a labyrinth of curiosities.

The tiny circular stage at the center of the intimate spiegeltent informed the creation of all of Spiegelworld’s ground-breaking live shows which reinvented circus, cabaret, vaudeville and burlesque for a 21st century audience. A larrikin Australian creative team and the most talented, sexy and daring artists from across the globe presented breath-taking physical feats, outrageous comedy and seductive teases as close to the audience as they could possibly get. In 2011, Spiegelworld opened its award-winning show Absinthe on the forecourt of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The production has been hailed as “the most inventive and daring show to open on the strip in years!” (Las Vegas Sun), and was announced the “Best Show in Vegas” by Vegas Seven Magazine.

In the summer of 2012 Spiegelworld found a stunning new location in New York, on an empty building site right on Times Square. This was the first time in history that a show tent had ever been pitched on the Great White Way. It was here that Spiegelworld premiered a new show, Empire; inspired by the vintage days of vaudeville, the night clubs of the East Village, and the eccentric characters on Times Square. Empire has since completed a hugely successful, 17-month tour of Australia and more recently enjoyed a three month run in Tokyo, and a tour of North America.

In 2014, Spiegelworld created the genre-smashing dining, show and nightclub experience Vegas Nocturne which had a seven month residency at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Select elements of this show have since been popping up at further development seasons around the world including the Slipper Room and House of Yes in New York City and the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival where it was voted Strangest Show. In 2018, Spiegelworld opened its new show Opium at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.