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Lucent L'amour: A Visionary Love Fest This Saturday
They've brought luminescence to Burning Man nights and misting relief to blistering Coachella days. This Saturday, Do LaB sets out to light up your love life, whether you hate V-Day or not. Skip the roses and head downtown for a night of burlesque, nonstop beats, and a brand new performance by the Los Angeles' own Lucent Dossier Vaudeville Cirque.
The Do LaB's transporting the naturific, visionary vibes you know from their Lightning in a Bottle Fest and getting downright hot in an urban warehouse with a sprawling outdoor space all set to sensory overload.
What to expect: Live digital painting, glass blowing, skin graphics, instant gratification photo booth, burlesque with Hells Belles Dancers.
Music and DJ sets by: Bassnectar, David Starfire, Helios Jive, Vibesquad, Welder, Wolfie, Porter Tinsley, Beats Antique, the Ianator...
The Do LaB Presents: Lucent L'amour: A Visionary Love Fest
Saturday, February 16 9pm - 4 am (21+)
613 Imperial St.
Los Angeles, CA 90021 [map]
Price: $35.00 (buy here, the event is expected to sell out).
Photo from Lucent L'Amour, February 2006 by siouxzen*kang used with permission.
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