Exotic Erotic Valentine's Day Ball

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Exotic Erotic Valentine's Day Ball

Time: February 14, 2013 from 9pm to 11:45pm
Location: Taroko
Street: 62 East Main St
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://loveashland.com/exotic…
Phone: 541-201-2060
Event Type: dance, party, /, fundraiser
Organized By: Love Revolution
Latest Activity: Feb 4, 2013

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Event Description

Last year was our first ball and now we have two balls.

Love Revolution’s Second Annual Exotic Erotic Ball is coming and we’re doing it for SART this year (Sexual Assault Response Team)

Couples and singles, men and women – party at the sexiest dance event that Ashland can get away with.

Last year the Exotic Erotic Ball was sold out quickly and many people were unable to attend. We have increased both the size of the venue as well as the menu of erotic juiciness, so be sure to buy your advance tickets now!

San Francisco’s DJ Sergio will rock the house from 9pm – 1am

Come play with Bliss Vixen, Pistol, Big Mike, Boobaji and the exotic dancers; free professional body painting by Gina Niemi; uninhibited boudoir photography by Mary Landberg; experiential activities like Trout’s spanking altar from Burning Man.

Your juiciest attire or fetish-wear is encouraged, just keep your genitals under wrap.

Location: Taroko, 62 E Main Street Ashland OR 97520
Time: 9pm-1am
Ticket prices: $25/person – does not include drinks and raffle tickets

21 and over – ID required at the door.

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