It may very well be the end of world as we know it, but that doesn’t mean we can’t go out in sexy style! Disco superstars VO5 and moon rockers Freddy Griffith and the Sex Circus are teaming up for the dance party to end all dance parties.
The Mayan calendar ends on December 12, 2012. Many believe this date also marks the end of civilization. Apocalyptic forecasts abound. Even those who doubt the ultimate end predict a profound shift in human consciousness on that auspicious date.
To guarantee their audience members spend their last earthly moments in the throes of musical ecstasy, disco superstars VO5 and sensual moon rockers Freddy Griffith and the Sex Circus are teaming up for a theatrical musical adventure that is sure to be the climactic event of the millennium.
Charged by the goddess protector with bringing together the forces of light and darkness, Freddy Griffith will explode out of his moon cocoon and lead his 10-piece lunar tribe through a set that will lubricate the cosmos. Following that, VO5’s people of the sun will bring forth an ecstatic dance frenzy to celebrate the end of time.
VO5, voted “best cover performer” in the Madison Area Music Awards and “Best Rock Band” in the Isthmus Favorites poll, plays groovy trance-inducing hits from the 70s. Freddy Griffith pumps out the sexiest chart-topping rock songs from the 70s and 80s. In a final attempt to save the world from imminent disaster, the two groups will create an encore that will feature the WORLD’S LARGEST DANCE/MUSIC/SEX PARTY SUPERGROUP
With the end near, there’s only one thing left to do — get on board the disco-sonic, sexatronic, moon machine of love!
A Barrymore Theatre 25th Anniversary Event
WHEN: December 21, 2012 8 pm
WHERE: Barrymore Theatre, 2090 Atwood Ave., Madison, WI 53704
Dress code: Apocalypse sexy.
Intermission costume contest hosted by the Psychoacoustics Celebutards, Babylon Biché and Beloit LaQuinta
TICKETS: $15 advance/$18 day of show. All ages show.
Sponsors: WORT, Isthmus, Rokker Vodka, Maximum Ink, Capital Brewery-Eternal Fire
For more information, contact Catherine Capellaro, 608-669-6126 firstname.lastname@example.org