CLICK + DRAG 3.2/ Age of Aquarius 10.9.10 at SANTOS

Here we go...
Just three weeks out, what are we wearing?

SATURDAY OCTOBER 9, 2010
CLICK + DRAG 3.2/ AGE OF AQUARIUS
SANTOS PARTY HOUSE
96 LAFAYETTE STREET NYC
10 PM-4 AM
CLICKNYC.COM

The pioneering "Cyber/Fetish/Gender-Hacking" party CLICK + DRAG, which ushered out the 20th Century in style and was reborn in 2008, announces its third annual Future-Spectacle for October 9. Two of Click's founding producers - director and visual artist ROB ROTH and nightlife impresario CHI CHI VALENTI of THE JACKIE FACTORY will stage this year's epic CLICK + DRAG 3.2/ AGE OF AQUARIUS at the suitably Aquarian venue SANTOS PARTY HOUSE. CLICK 3.2/ AGE OF AQUARIUS is a two floor, evening-length epic, preserving the night's strict dress code, elaborate installations and stage shows, and pansexual mix of fetishists, artists, gender-hackers and "Glam Nerds."

The Age of Aquarius - the Utopian "New Age" of unity and love - has either begun or is beginning, depending on which astrological sages one believes. Regardless, the Aquarian themes of humanism, peace, rebellion, idealism and philanthropy are already ascending, by way of computer networks and other new tools and in the growing acceptance of non-traditional religions and belief systems. As the brutal, materialistic Age of Pisces draws to an end, values shift towards spiritual rebirth and planetary harmony. To the CLICK + DRAG producers, the Aquarian ideal compliments the neo-tribalism of many Click participants and the mixing of masculine and feminine traits into countless unique new genders, a recurring theme of this spectacular "gathering of the tribes".

With this Utopian brew as inspiration, CLICK + DRAG 3.2 will feature multimedia works directed by ROB ROTH with light shows by SETH KIRBY and BROCK MONROE of the JOSHUA LIGHT SHOW and the contributions of dozens of creative collaborators. Highlights will include performances by neo-burlesque performance artist NARCISSISTER, RUMI OF THE FABULOUS COCKETTES!, vocal she-goddesses AMBER MARTIN and LADY RIZO, neue cabaret troupe THE PIXIE HARLOTS, and Method Go-Go icons including bodybuilder (and Click 3.2 cover girl) ROXANNE EDWARDS and costume cultist FALON. The evening also features costume design by longtime Click couturier GARO SPARO. DJs on two floors will include JOHNNY DYNELL (VANDAM), SEAN B (SPANK), ANGELO and JOHANNA CONSTANTINE (NYC) and TEXAS SAGE (SF) playing a futuristic soundtrack that runs the gamut from sixties psychedelia to electro house.

A STRICT CYBER/FETISH/TRIBAL DRESS CODE WILL BE COMPLETELY ENFORCED: WEAR AQUARIAN FLOURISHES, GLITTER BEARDS AND MERKINS, RESPLENDENT RAGS, PAGAN CHIC, WATERFALL HEADDRESSES, TURQUOISE PAINT, GODDESS OR TRANS-GODDESS, BODY-ADORNED or CYBER, FETISH, TRIBAL, GENDER-HACKING, FAERIE, GOTHIC OR BRILLIANT BLACK. ABSOLUTELY NO STREET CLOTHES OR MUNDANES - NO EXCEPTIONS.

Press contact CHI CHI VALENTI at THE JACKIE FACTORY NYC - events @ jackiefactory.com or facebook.com/chichivalenti
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Any "Click legends" here who need the password for $15 advance tickets (must purchase by Sunday 10/3 online only) please pop me an email at
events @ jackiefactory.com

Monday they go up to $20 in advance online, then at the door they are $25 cash only.
hey all, i am dying dying DYING to go to this. but i need a partner in crime to go with. i am kinda scared to do it alone. if anyone can help with this please let me know! and if you are in the nyc area and can help w makeup that would be great also!
thanks!!!
thanks pretty! ill definately say hi if i make it over! only thing holding me back is driving in and walking to and from car/santos all dressed up. i never done that before and it would totally make it easier if i had someone with me to take the weight off!
2wicked, once you're inside Santos you really have nothing to worry about, there will be 500 totally turned out people and you should feel very comfortable. Parking in the vicinity is very hit and miss especially on a Saturdaynight but if you luck out and get a spot within four or five blocks the walk shouldn't be too bad, there are usually enough other people on the street so you will not be on some desolate block. If you find parking east of LaFayette you will be in Chinatown proper and there should be plenty of pedestrians. South of Santos or west of LaFayette is a little less populated in the evening though. You should come, it will be a great experience.

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