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Vaudezilla! (After Dark) - April 2017

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April 2017 - Vaudezilla! (After Dark)

This show features the hottest, steamiest burlesque and cabaret acts that only a city like Chicago can offer! Full of sex appeal and accented with incredible costumes, dancing, magic, circus, and more - this late night cabaret is the perfect aperitif for those who are just starting their evening’s festivities!

Apr 8 - Starring Red Hot Annie
Apr 15 - Starring Po’ Chop
Apr 22 - Starring Shirley Blazen
Apr 29 - Starring A Special Guest

Stage 773, 1225 W Belmont Ave, Chicago IL 60657
Show time: 10:30pm
Ticket price: $20

Tickets available at http://www.vaudezilla.com

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