The Bunker Bar to Kick Off the 21-22 Season October 1st!

The Bunker Bar 2021 season

Forget the pumpkin spice latte. I much prefer a more adult beverage. And I know just the place to enjoy one. October is just around the corner. In Lake Havasu City, that means that it is time to party in the desert at The Bunker Bar!


  • What: The Bunker Bar
  • Where: 6932 Thirsty Lizard Rd, Lake Havasu City (Lat/Long: 34*37'51.7"N 114"17'56.6"W GPS:34.631028, -114.299053) - Maps & Directions
  • When: October 1st through mid-April, Fri (12 pm to 5 pm), Sat & Sun (10 am to 5 pm)



While the rest of the country shivers in freezing temperatures, we bathe in the warmth of the desert sun. The Bunker Bar is definitely made for those who like to travel off the beaten path. Every weekend starting October 1st until the middle of April, guests enjoy live music on-stage. Johnny Lust kicks and 3 Blind Mice kick off the opening weekend festivities.

Bunker Bar Lake Havasu

Nikos Grill provides the most delicious food selection all day. They offer so much more than the typical burgers and fries you might expect at a remote desert location. Their tri-tip and Philly cheesesteak sandwiches make everyone's mouths water. Really, there is no wrong choice on their menu. And there will be plenty of libations (alcohol for the 21+ crowd and non-alcoholic for all ages, including a yummy root beer float). 

The Bunker Bar in Lake Havasu City

Find The Bunker Bar online on Facebook @bunkerbarlhc |


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The bar opens for business every Friday through Sunday, with the exception of Christmas Day (a Saturday this year), Easter Sunday, and Superbowl Sunday (February 13th). They know everyone is excited about visiting this military-themed bar in the desert, but they ask that you wait until October 1st to go see them. Unfortunately, pets are not allowed out here. Large crowds, loud noises, and warm temperatures agitate even the tamest of pets. So, please. Keep them at home.

Bunker Bar opens october 2021

How Do I Get There?

Take 95N to Havasu Heights Rd. Turn at the first available right (it's unpaved). Travel about two and a half miles and you are there!


Maps & Directions