Celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2016, the legendary Lido has launched a new show created by Cirque du Soleil alum Franco Dragone, who adds a modern-day dose of awe-inspiring stage design to the cabaret’s trademark style. The 100-minute production—still featuring those beloved Blubell Girls—runs at 9 pm and 11 pm, 365 days a year. Dinner for Two packages for the earlier show include the Soirée Etoile (€165), Soirée Champs-Elysées (€195), and the Soirée Triomphe (€300). If you’re on a budget, €115 gets you a ticket plus half a bottle of bubbly. Did we mention these prices are per person? Ah yes, this is Paris nightlife as it’s meant to be experienced. Although the Lido holds 1,150, it’s best to your book tickets in advance by phone, online, or on-site.