August 30th, 2014
MOSTLY Presents “The BIG TOP” at Billy O’s in Ventura, CA (map
NOTE: The Velveteen is not performing at this show, but Chris Coyle and the Baron Von Velveteen himself are, as members of Cirque Noir. We’re really excited by what everyone’s cooked up here, and couldn’t resist sharing it.
An exclusive alternative music event featuring carnival caliber fetish entertainment and live performances by Ventura’s most explicit and unique musical acts.
Starring three ring rock opera Cirque Noir & Ventura’s sexiest live electronic act, MOSTLY, alongside burlesque bondage beauties, a spectacle on stilts, jugglers, hoopers, and other variety show vaudevillians.
Brought to you by the folks that transformed the Red Cove from dive bar to dance club, the MOSTLY team promises free admission to an evening of spectacular sensory departure from the ordinary: a circus seduction of sight and sound…
This Saturday, August 23rd, the Velveteen will be backing up two acts on stage at VC Pride. The first of those will be Amneris Monster at 11am, followed by Dita McEvil at 11:20. It’s going to be a great time celebrating love and diversity, and we’re thrilled to support our friends at this uplifting event. Please join us!
And once you’re there, be sure to stick around for all the other great music. (including our friends Angie’s Curse at 3:20pm)
Later that evening, Bombay Bar and Grill is throwing one of their famous after-parties for the event. If you’d like to hear us play some of our own songs, come on down at 10pm. Dead of Night and DJ Darko are also performing.
The Velveteen will be telling some stories and debuting some recordings live on the air, in about nine hours from the time that I posted this. Sorry for the late notice, folks. This is why you should follow us on Facebook and Twitter and subscribe to our YouTube Channel: because Webmaster Aaron is a flake.
There are a few clarifications we’d like to make, though. And let’s be clear, these misunderstandings are entirely our fault. We spoke at breakneck speed, jumping wildly from subject to subject, and the author did an admirable job of keeping things as straight as he did. But for the sake of our future wikipedia article (one of you get on that!), let’s just re-tell a few stories.
(Not all of ’em, though. You want to hear all of our stories, you should listen to the radio tomorrow!)