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LA BURLESQUE CALENDAR Release Party ~ Friday, May 2nd ~ Hollywood

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Unfortunately I will be missing this very special event benefiting AIDS HEALTHCARE Foundation but I hope Taco readers will jump at the chance to get a copy of their Burlesque calendars and meet the fabulous models. Look out in a few weeks for a very revealing interview with LA Burlesque's artistic director Kanzo who sends you this message:

Chandeliers, great hot music, red leather booths, plush velvet surroundings amidst lots of Tequila! Tassles start twirling in the air!.... Its a burlesque rockabilly calendar benefit show! Get a little taste of Lucha Va Voom's very own Victoria Vengeance: she will break your heart and eat your brains. Hear the melodic croons from 454's and Sacred Heart Sinners. See La Cholita!

Come out and play with us as we shimmy and shake, bump and grind with the best burlesque performers in L.A. celebrating the long awaited L.A. burlesque calendar: glamorizing the burlesque girl one month at a time!

Friday, May 2nd at 10:30 p.m @ the MBar , 1253 Vine Ave, Hollywood.
$15.00 and so worth a Friday night!
This is a benefit show for Aids Healthcare Foundation. Brought to you by our sponsors: Caramba Tequila. Damn its good and sweet!

You can get your own booths! Reserve today!
sales@laburlesque.com
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Vixen Violette and La Cholita signing calendars in Las Vegas. April 2008.

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