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This event sound so perfectly fun and weird in the most SF way! There’s gonna be live music, burlesque, belly dancing, jesters and SO much more. Plus, it’s also the record release party for the dirty roots string band Three Times Bad! Check out the band’s first video here:

Here’s a bit more about the event:

AmeriCarnival: a Dirty American Roots Barnstorm! — a multimedia Americana spectacular from Vaudeville to the Barbary Coast to Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, featuring world-class bands Supermule, Three Times Bad (CD release!) & the Naked Bootleggers; stunning dancers Kellita (Hot Pink Feathers showgirl extraordinaire), Dixie DeLish (“the Burlesque Outlaw”) & Krysta Cook (bellydance fusion pioneer); one-of-a-kind urban jesters JD Limelight (Lifesize Mousetrap) & Spunky Brewster (Fou Fou Ha); plus original video, classic film clips & special AmeriCarnival surprises!

Wanna win tix? Then enter below!

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