Over the Weekend: Vampires, Bats, Cats and Edible Girls
It was a Vampire Weekend for more than just the hip Brooklyn band's appearance in the South Bay. From vampire balls to "bats and cats" masquerade, it's almost like Halloween never ended. Add The Raveonettes and a dessert-themed burlesque show to the mix and you have one wild November. Read on for more...
Finishing up its California tour of unusual venues, Vampire Weekend played at the VFW Hall in Lomita last Saturday night with opener Evan Voytas. Despite the venue's location deep in the South Bay, the show sold out. Check out Colin Young-Wolff's "Vampire Weekend @ Lomita VFW" slideshow.
Hello Kitty's anniversary exhibit "Three Apples" showed no signs of slowing down, even as it reached its conclusion with the Bats and Cats Masquerade party on Friday night. The goth-themed party, hosted by Bubblepunch, featured DJ Amanda Jones (Perversion, Malediction Society, Das Bunker) on the decks and a special performance from The Wandering Marionettes. Check out Shannon Cottrell's "Hello Kitty's Bats and Cats Masquerade @ Royal/T" slideshow.
Best of L.A. '09 winner Devil's Playground continued its monthly residency at Bordello on Nov. 14 with "Edible Girls," featuring burlesque performances by sexy gals dressed (and undressed) as their favorite desserts. Check out Shannon Cottrell's "She's My Cherry Pie: Edible Girls Burlesque" slideshow and read more in Erin Broadley's "Edible Girls Burlesque at Bordello... Plus, On Blast (The Next Local Band You Must Know)."
Josh "CuriousJosh" Reiss
Saturday night, LA club kids grabbed their best set of fangs and headed out to Ruin for the goth club's annual Twilight Vampire Ball. From rockers to neo-Victorians, all your favorite bloodsuckers are here. Check out our "Twilight Vampire Ball @ Ruin" slideshow by Josh "CuriousJosh" Reiss.
On Friday November 13, The Raveonettes played Henry Fonda Theater with Crocodiles and DJ Xian (Malediction Society, Ruin). Check out Timothy Norris' "The Raveonettes @ Henry Fonda Theater" slideshow.
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