This show will mark the 2 year anniversary of both the Can-Cannibals Dance Troupe, and Oakland’s only Punk Rock Cabaret!
What: Va-boom’s Valentine Punk Rock Cabaret!
When: Saturday, February 13 @ 7:30pm
Where: Your House (email info@can-cannibals.com for address)
Come celebrate with: The Can-Cannibals, Tara Quinn the Contortionist, Evil Eye Belly Dance, La Plebe, KnifeThruHead, Keep Sweet (filthy blues about drinkin’, whorin’ and killin’), Rose Harden, The Bombshells (punk rock showgirls!), Zig-Zag the Punk Rock Hula Hooper, Quenby on Trapeze, Luna Del Fuego (fire burlesque!), Pyrotation, Fire Smoothie, Dottie Lux, and Sister Kate! This is going to be one lineup you do not want to miss!
It’s at none other than the “Your House” warehouse… if you don’t know the address, just ask!
RSVP on Facebook.
More info: http://www.myspace.com/cancannibals

This show will mark the 2 year anniversary of both the Can-Cannibals Dance Troupe, and Oakland’s only Punk Rock Cabaret!

What: Va-boom’s Valentine Punk Rock Cabaret!

When: Saturday, February 13 @ 7:30pm

Where: Your House (email info@can-cannibals.com for address)

Come celebrate with: The Can-Cannibals, Tara Quinn the Contortionist, Evil Eye Belly Dance, La Plebe, KnifeThruHead, Keep Sweet (filthy blues about drinkin’, whorin’ and killin’), Rose Harden, The Bombshells (punk rock showgirls!), Zig-Zag the Punk Rock Hula Hooper, Quenby on Trapeze, Luna Del Fuego (fire burlesque!), Pyrotation, Fire Smoothie, Dottie Lux, and Sister Kate! This is going to be one lineup you do not want to miss!

It’s at none other than the “Your House” warehouse… if you don’t know the address, just ask!

RSVP on Facebook.

More info: http://www.myspace.com/cancannibals

MINI BIKE CABARETWhat: Variety Show featuring Punk Rock, Burlesque, and Booty Shaking with proceeds funding The Derailleurs bike dance tour.When: Jan. 30th Where: Box Factory 865 Florida between 20th and 21st.How Much: $7Additional Info:derailleurs.wordpress.comThe Bay Area Derailleurs present MINI BIKE CABARET, a multi-media art and dance extravaganza featuring peers, friends, and supporters of the bicycle dance movement on Saturday, January 30, at 9 P.M. at the Box Factory 865 Florida between 20th and 21st. Tickets are $7. For more info, visit derailleurs.wordpress.com. The evening will feature dance performances by the Derailleurs, the Bombshells (punk rock burlesque), and the Cheese Puffs (lounge burlesque); live music by The Nerv (hard hitting, straightforward inspirational punk), Jessie Roadkill (quirky singer-songwriter), and Tongue and Teeth (haunting and passionate); dance music by DJs Zelko (of Kafana Balkan), Miss Rowdy (booty), and Mega Bitch (more booty); an art show, film screenings, and the release of the Derailleurs’ bike-themed coloring book.The Derailleurs are one of 12 dance teams around the world who focus on the bike as a symbol of affection on the dance floor. They are taking their hip-hop and jazz flavor with a suicide girl twist on the road to Portland and Reno for mutant bike events in February. They have been working hard on an upcoming feature film and will be showing the trailer for the audience. Along with writing scenes and choreographing, they have been drawing for the release the Derailleurs Activity Book featuring imaginative drawings and informative bicycle anatomy, available for $5.The team garnered media attention last year when co-founder Hollis Hawthorne was in a major motorcycle accident in India. They raised $100,000 in three weeks to help fly her home via air ambulance. They have been trudging through this year to stay together and stay productive in honor of their fallen leader.The group’s mission is to promote the bicycle as transportation, art medium, and tool for personal empowerment through creative, athletic, and humorous dance on, with, and about the bicycle.

MINI BIKE CABARET

What: Variety Show featuring Punk Rock, Burlesque, and Booty Shaking with proceeds funding The Derailleurs bike dance tour.

When: Jan. 30th 

Where: Box Factory 865 Florida between 20th and 21st.

How Much: $7

Additional Info:
derailleurs.wordpress.com

The Bay Area Derailleurs present MINI BIKE CABARET, a multi-media art and dance extravaganza featuring peers, friends, and supporters of the bicycle dance movement on Saturday, January 30, at 9 P.M. at the Box Factory 865 Florida between 20th and 21st. Tickets are $7. For more info, visit derailleurs.wordpress.com. The evening will feature dance performances by the Derailleurs, the Bombshells (punk rock burlesque), and the Cheese Puffs (lounge burlesque); live music by The Nerv (hard hitting, straightforward inspirational punk), Jessie Roadkill (quirky singer-songwriter), and Tongue and Teeth (haunting and passionate); dance music by DJs Zelko (of Kafana Balkan), Miss Rowdy (booty), and Mega Bitch (more booty); an art show, film screenings, and the release of the Derailleurs’ bike-themed coloring book.

The Derailleurs are one of 12 dance teams around the world who focus on the bike as a symbol of affection on the dance floor. They are taking their hip-hop and jazz flavor with a suicide girl twist on the road to Portland and Reno for mutant bike events in February. They have been working hard on an upcoming feature film and will be showing the trailer for the audience. Along with writing scenes and choreographing, they have been drawing for the release the Derailleurs Activity Book featuring imaginative drawings and informative bicycle anatomy, available for $5.

The team garnered media attention last year when co-founder Hollis Hawthorne was in a major motorcycle accident in India. They raised $100,000 in three weeks to help fly her home via air ambulance. They have been trudging through this year to stay together and stay productive in honor of their fallen leader.

The group’s mission is to promote the bicycle as transportation, art medium, and tool for personal empowerment through creative, athletic, and humorous dance on, with, and about the bicycle.

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Operation Ivy - Bombshell

Come swish around, my pretty punk,
And keep me dancing still
That I may stay a sober man
Although I drink my fill.
William Butler Yeats