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Thursday, May 08, 2008

Special Event: Juicy Danger Meets Burning Man

Juicy Danger Meets Burning Man

DVD Release Screening, Q&A, and Dance Party

Saturday, May 10 at 7 pm,

Japanese Hall
487 Alexander St


To commemorate the 10-year anniversary Special Edition DVD release of David Vaisbord's Juicy Danger Meets Burning Man documentary, Larry Harvey, Executive Producer of Burning Man, will be in Vancouver for an evening of celebration and debauchery on Saturday, May 10, 2008, at the Japanese Hall (487 Alexander St, Vancouver.) The evening will begin with a screening of this cult classic film and escalate into pure riot and revelry! The after party for this even could only feature a Burning Man inspired fashion show, Blackberry Wood, DJs Jay Michael and Timothy Wisdom – not to mention food, fire and uh.. . a giant mechanical spider.

Filmmaker David Vaisbord, Christine "Tiny" Taylor, Tom Comet (Circus Orange), as well as Larry Harvey and Marian Goodell from Burning Man will be holding the discussion panel and celebrating with us.

The event will be presented in two parts:

Part 1: Movie and Panel Discussion

7pm Doors
8pm Juicy Danger Meets Burning Man film
9pm Panel discussion and Q&A with David Vaisbord, Larry Harvey, Tiny Taylor & Tom Comet

Part 2: Schmoozin' & Dance Party
10pm Doors
10:30pm Playa on the Runway :: Fashion Show feat. DJ Jay Michael
11pm Blackberry Wood
12:30am DJ Timothy Wisdom


Film Screening, Discussion and Party: $25 advance, $30 door

Party only: $10 advance, $15 door

Tickets to this event are limited and will sell out. Advance tickets are available online at www.JuicyDangerMeetsBurningMan.com and at Zulu Records (1972 West 4th Ave) and Highlife Records (1317 Commercial Drive).

Guests will be treated to an evening of pure revelry, mischief, stunning media and all night entertainment. View the film that changed the face of the underground, creative community of Vancouver amongst the same colouful and energetic crowd that inspired it. The Japanese Hall will be cleverly disguised as a piece of the “Playa”. Cash bar, brilliant art installations, décor, fire shows, food, costumes and clever surprise theatrics.

This is more than a DVD release. This is a unique, creative and inclusive community celebration. Volunteers, costume designers and roving performers are encouraged to contact Andrea Curtis, Event Coordinator at orangeandorange@gmail.com

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