Little Miss Nasty

with Whitney Peyton
May, 8 @ 7:00 pm ( Doors: 7:00 pm )
Magic Stick
Ages 18 and Up
$20.00 - $200.00
Little Miss Nasty
Little Miss Nasty are the seductive global icons of dark performance art and rebellious burlesque. The LMN show is a  sensually charged experience full of empowerment, eroticism and other worldliness. A decadent and electrifying spectacle of dancers, performers and visuals. Pure sensory overload set to artfully curated music encompassing rock, metal, edm and dark hip hop. Little Miss Nasty are the world famous innovators and iconic pioneers of this genre.

Little Miss Nasty brings forth a professionally choreographed Las Vegas production show featuring some of the entertainment industry’s most talented and beautiful female dancers, aerialists, vocalists and contortionists. The show is full of over-the-top visuals and blazingly cool music from Korn, NIN, Apashe, RATM, Slipknot, Chelsea Wolf, IC3PEAK, Rob Zombie and others along with surprises that leave jaws on the floor and memories fired up.

With the release of Little Miss Nasty’s debut album “Weapon Of Choice” (out in February of 2024), LMN has firmly established itself as a legitimate recording artist with highly produced, impactful songs that do not shy away for the notion of female empowerment. Little Miss Nasty are indeed the purveyors of “Sex, Art and Rebellion.”

Little Miss Nasty delivers an overwhelmingly powerful experience that inspires and defies genre because Little Miss Nasty IS the genre. You have permission to be your Nasty, authentic self!
What started as an underground, must see show at LA’s historic Viper Room in 2012 has since developed into a globally recognized lifestyle brand
In 2023 Little Miss Nasty is simply dominating with current ongoing sold-out residencies in Los Angeles, Long Beach, and San Francisco. Little Miss Nasty also has monthly sold out residencies in Las Vegas at AREA 15 and in New York City at Paradise Club in the Edition HotelLittle Miss Nasty is a traveling force to behold as it tours North America regularly.

In fact, Little Miss Nasty has performed in front of well over half a million people and counting. Little Miss Nasty has toured along side artists such as In This Moment, Motionless In White, Starset, New Years Day, Gina And The Eastern Block, DED, Orgy, Genitorturers, Lords Of Acid, and others, as well as having headlined 7 of their own North American tours. 

Not only that, but the extensive dance resume of the individual members makes Little Miss Nasty a force to reckon with. They have been the main backup dancers for the likes of Nicki Minaj, Britney Spears, Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, J.Lo, Christina Aguilera, Justin Bieber, Pitbull, Katy Perry, Usher, Ariana Grande, Ne-Yo, P. Diddy, Tiësto, Gwen Stefani, Empire Of The Sun, Backstreet Boys, Ciara, Chris Brown, French Montana, Big Sean, and Nick Jonas. The members have also performed on countless MTV VMAs, The Grammys, and have been featured in The Pussycat Dolls Burlesque Show as well as during Justin Timberlake’s Super Bowl XXXVIII Halftime Show. Little Miss Nasty was hand-picked by Lady Gaga to perform as the sole entertainment for the “American Horror Story: Hotel” cast premiere party, and was also Rob Zombie’s choice of performers for a livestream broadcast of his record release party.

Whitney Peyton
Whitney Peyton is a multi-Billboard-charting, Grammy Award Winning contributing rapper, songwriter, and performer hailing from the suburbs of Philadelphia. Possessing a firecracker personality and an unorthodox style, she began her journey close to home, creating a cult following by performing locally and distributing demos to anyone who would listen. One of Whitney's notable early achievements was her participation in the "Unlitter Us" commercial and campaign that aired on MTV, where she performed a spoken word piece promoting recycling and cleaning the streets of Philadelphia. Her growing notoriety also led her to collaborate on a rally song for the 76ers with Cassidy.
Whitney's unorthodox skill and charisma swiftly propelled her beyond the local scene. She embarked on numerous national tours with renowned artists like Jelly Roll, Three 6 Mafia, Rittz, Dizzy Wright, Kottonmouth Kings, RA The Rugged Man, Lil Debbie, and many more. In addition, she has headlined several of her own highly successful shows.
What sets Whitney apart is her extreme versatility and her ability to deliver high-energy performances that captivate audiences. In recent years, she has graced the main stage at major music festivals, including Pot of Gold alongside Post Malone, GOTJ opening for Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Northern Invasion with Tool, Warped Tour, Musikfest, Blue Ridge Rock Festival, SxSW, SouthbySoWhat, and numerous Pride festivals. 
Throughout her career, Whitney Peyton has continued growing her fan base and landed coverage in HipHop DX, Vice, Alternative Press, Rolling Stone, Worldstar, DoubleXL, and countless other magazines and publications. Her past record deals, with Tragic Hero Records and Suburban Noize, saw her early projects  "Firecracker," "Iridescent," and "Alpha” reach millions of streams as well as high charting positions on Billboard. Beyond her solo projects, she has recorded theme music for college and pro cheer teams, wrestlers, and audio books. Notably, she played a pivotal role as a songwriter and vocalist for the Grammy Award-winning children's album "All About Bullies" at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards. Peyton remains an active voting member in the LA chapter of the Recording Academy.
Amidst the pandemic and the industry shutdown, Whitney realized that she could leverage her gained experience and knowledge, to create her own label, as a platform for her music. Returning to the grassroots grind where it all began  'Alpha Howse' was launched as a juxtaposition to often being considered an underdog. Her entrepreneurial spirit found success once again with her most recent independently released albums, 'The Audacity' and 'Side Effects,' which achieved Billboard charting numbers. 
“I've always been a hands-on artist,” Whitney expresses. “Launching my own company made sense to not only me, but to all the underdogs who have followed my career and have come to expect a reflection of my personality and message in all of my music, merch, videos, etc. It's not about being a trend, it's about dropping relatable content that’s entertaining.  My listeners have been through the same things I have, and we've helped each other in so many ways. This isn't branding, it's an unbreakable bond.”