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Sat 21 April: The WorkLess Party PARTY !

Below are the specs for an up-coming "Earth Day" evening gig, If you'd like to volunteer, get in touch with: Andrea orangeandorange@$@gmail*com


The WorkLess Party PARTY!
Twice a year we throw the biggest craziest party in Vancouver: Given our reputation for big talent, booty shakin and massive debauchery, we have only one option: Throw a party bigger and crazier than ever before. Costumes, paint, booty, and big opportunities for suprise guests to take the stage with mind blowing costumes and very hot body painting/performances.

where: Japanese Centre, 486 Alexander Street, Vancouver
plus: bicycle parking !!!
date: Saturday, 21st April
doors open: 8 pm ('til late)
licensed event: must be 19 years old + with ID to prove it
bring your OWN mug !
Body art competition starts at 9pm
Advance tickets are available at:
* "The Vegetarian Resource Centre". 2250 Commercial Drive
* "Our Community Bikes". 3283 Main St. 604879-BIKE
* or on line at

Tickets at da door ... if available:
$7 if you come in costume
Go wild, go nuts, anything outrageous will do.
BIG PRIZES for best costumes!
$13 otherwise/no costume

Here is the performer list for the show:
They Shoot Horses Don't They. (Band)
Kitchen (Band)
Carnival Band
DJ Timothy Wisdom
Tspoon the Masala Mixer ( DJ from Beats Without Boarders)
Brakes (Dance group)

There is $800 in prizes for the body painting/performance competition. If you are an artist and/or performer there is still time to register. Competition to be judged by a super fab and unbiased panel of professionals. For more info on the competition please visit

There will also be a Kissing Booth hosted by the hotties from the Brakes and a Spanking Booth hosted by the Church of Pointless Consumerism.

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" Love and imagination do many things."
- Rumi

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