February and March might be two of the most boring months of the year. The holidays are over. The Super-bowl has been played and the sugar rush of Valentine’s Day is officially over. The harsh winter is behind us, but the heat of summer is yet to arrive.
There is an event rolling into town this Saturday, February 26, 2011, that might just be the most exciting and interesting way to kick off this spring fever we are all feeling. I have been invited to attend and report back with a Random Review of this years Party Erotique in Atlanta. This is going to be fun!
Here is a sneak peek of the fun from the Dallas Tx. event this past September.
Party Erotique is a traveling Fetiche Masquerade Party and it is finding it’s way to the Tabernacle, located at 152 Luckie Street, NW, Atlanta this Saturday night.
Each venue that hosts this masquerade is a little different depending on the city in which it’s held. Atlanta’s party has it’s own unique artists that perform, including the beautiful burlesque “Naked Gypsy” Gia Nova. All attendee’s wear Venetian style masks to conceal their identity and costume wear is encouraged! You can go as demure sexy or over the top sensual! What you wear is up to you. This will be my first year attending, but I have been told it is a festival of sexy sight and sound.
Here is how Party Erotique describes their event:
Party Erotique Atlanta will be held on Saturday, February 26 at the Tabernacle located at 152 Luckie Street, NW, Atlanta.
Since 1908, this rich and storied building has held a prominent place in the community as the highrises of downtown grew all around. For one night the stately Tabernacle will come alive as Party Erotique brings together like-minded people who are comfortable in their sexuality. This is a large-scale event designed to celebrate sexuality and freedom of expression through live shows, music, dancing, costumes, video and performance art. It is both derivation and amalgamation of a masquerade, lingerie party, fetish ball and burlesque event.
You can check out all the information you need to know about the party at their website. The site will instruct you where to buy tickets, location of the venue, where to get costumes and masks as well as a list of sponsors. They also have some great videos from their parties around the country.
So Atlanta, put on your sexy gear, hide behind your mask and maybe I’ll see you there Saturday night.