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|loll-i-pop II, an evening of drag, burlesque & music|
|Date||Sunday February 29|
|Time||7:30 PM - 11:30 PM|
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|3225 22nd street at mission|
shanestar productions presents:
An evening of burlesque, drag and music.
Sunday ,February 29, 2004 in celebration of leap year.
At the Make Out Room, 3225 22nd street at Mission
Performances by locals Burlesque-Esque, Diamond Daggers, the Transformers, Alex U. Inn, Jacob Perez, the Big Apples, DJ sets by Sini Anderson of “Opening Band” and DJ Trinity with special guests from Santa Cruz—Vegas Jake, the classiest drag king this side of the West and tunes by Frootie Flavors the best in trans-folk-rock!
$8 7:30 pm doors and 8 pm Early Show
More about the performers:
Burlesque-Esque is a politically-charged yet ubersexy band of vixens from across the country who convened in San Francisco to cook, create and cut the mustard on stage and off. Featuring (Starr 69, Creme Fresh and Lotta Hollandaise often with special guests).
Diamond Daggers, an extravaganza of queer dancing girls, features 9 stunning gals tripping the light fantastic. Brought to you by thematic event-producer, exhibitionist extrordinaire and Bob Fosse devote, Amelia Mae Hess, style-queen-costume-maven-dancer-about-town Cherry Lix, and Northern California director, choreographer, actor, and shimmering San Francisco bon vivant, Alisa Peck. This surefire burlesque floorshow will ensnare you with old-fashioned sexy tease, entertain you with funny and precise choreographic antics, enchant you with classic chorus-girl allure, and leave you begging for more!
Heading the protest group “Boy Bands Against War” is The TRANSFORMERS, San Francisco’s longest running drag king boy band featuring :Collin Sick, Jay Blue, Jake, Drew Montanna, and Tin Hardware.
“Transtastic” power trio Frootie Flavors featuring Stu "Dirt" Doogan on guitar, vocals ,
Jamie Amos on bass &vocals with Vnes on drums, vocals play original tunes that has been described as funky, jazzy, rangle jangle. They usually rhyme, always flirt and our bound to make you dance! They “love to party with every body!”.