[Burdel Dali Presents] ✿ SPRING FESTIVAL & FILM SCREENING ✿
Thursday, May 27th.
→ 11:30PM – Tribal Belly dance performance by Dhyana and Irina
→ 12:00AM – Burdel Dali DANCE PARTY!: Raphlex, DJ Mishto, DJ Mishka.
✿ TRIBAL BELLY DANCERS: Dhyana and Irina
✿ PSYCHIC READINGS by Alma
✿ LIVE MUSIC: Nevermoon, Tiho, and more!
✿ FLOWERS, BODY PAINTING
✿ KITCHEN UTENSILS USED AS INSTRUMENTS
✿ ICE CAGE VODKA DRINKING ROOM
✿ $2 WINE BEFORE 10PM, $5 RAKIA SHOTS
✿ HOOKAH & BULGARIAN FOOD!!
WE’LL BE TAKING FOOTAGE FOR OUR UPCOMING PROMO VIDEO!
DAZZLING COSTUMES ENCOURAGED: FLOWERY GYPSY CARNIVAL STYLE!
Wear bright colors, coin scarves, flowers in your hair, and shoes you don’t mind destroying on the dance floor! You can’t go wrong with a tambourine either. Don’t miss our epic prelude to brass, beer, and beaches in summer 2010!
★ FREE ADMISSION to BURDEL DALI on our list all night.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Photography by nightlifebaby and Tchaikovsky Darling. Hosted by Michelle Christina of Tchaikovsky Darling. Wine is cheap, life is short, and history repeats itself!
FEATURED FILM: GYPSIES ARE FOUND NEAR HEAVEN
Queen of the Gypsies (Russian: Табор уходит в небо, lit. “The gypsy camp goes to heaven”; also known as Gypsies Are Found Near Heaven is a 1975 Soviet film by Emil Loteanu, loosely based on various works by Maxim Gorky. Set in early 20th century Bessarabia, the film tells the love story between the gypsy girl Rada and the horse thief Zobar of Gorky’s early 1892 short story “Makar Chudra” (Russian: Макар Чудра).