"Riviera" by James Marvin Phelps is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0.
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Crazy Girls Riviera
Crazy Girls opened on September 25, 1987 and ended at the Riviera on May 1, 2015. Pictured from left to right: Karen Rader, Debra Sill, Pam Noble, Stacey Peterutti, Shellee Renee, Angela Stabile, LeAnne Wagstaff. Notable performer: Jahna Steele.
An Evening at La Cage
An Evening at La Cage opened in 1985 and and ended at the Riviera in 2009.
Splash opened in 1985 and closed in 2006.
Liberace at Riviera
In 1955 Liberace became the first headlining entertainer to have a Las Vegas residency. He earned $50,000 a week at the Riviera.

Riviera opened on April 20, 1955.

Mediterranean North Tower built in 1955.

Mediterranean South Tower built in 1959.

Mediterranean South Tower expanded in 1965.

Monte Carlo Tower built in 1975.

San Remo Tower built in 1976.

Monaco Tower built in 1988.

The casino expanded to the west in 1990.

Riviera closed on May 4, 2015.

Riviera imploded in 2016.

Ninth resort on the Las Vegas Strip.

The original 9-story Mediterranean Tower was the first high rise in the Las Vegas Valley.

The land currently occupies: Las Vegas Convention Center.

Was located at 2901 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Winchester, Nevada.