Exotic Erotic Expo 2007

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The Exotic Erotic Ball is an annual event held in the San Francisco Bay Area every October, proximal to Halloween. It is the longest-running adult-themed public event in U.S. history, and it features the world's largest ever masquerade ball. E! Entertainment Television has dubbed it "the World's #1 Wildest and Sexiest Party, and it is the recipient of over 50 awards and proclamations. Despite its long 28 year history, the event continues to grow in popularity and acclaim.

In 2007, the Exotic Erotic Ball once again takes over the Cow Palace in San Francisco, presenting 65 live performances across four stages.

Not all the performances are musical - this event celebrates flesh and fantasy, and most of all - freedom of expression; so there is a mix between live music and other erotic styles that may range from traditional burlesque and circus acts to bondage, body-painting, and the bizarre. It's Halloween Weekend, so there are a lot of hilarious hijinks on hand, and as the prizes for best outfits are substantial, the costumes worn by attendees are elaborate and frequently outrageous.

Sonicbids is the exclusive musical sponsor of the 2007 Exotic Erotic Ball. Last year's performers included George Clinton, Thomas Dolby, Naughty By Nature, Sandra Collins, and Eric McFadden. Although the 2007 lineup is still currently being kept under wraps, Snoop Dogg will perform a benefit show at the Expo the night before the Ball, and will be on hand as a Special Guest for the Ball to help judge the costume contests, along with Danny Bonaduce and adult megastar Tera Patrick.

A minimum of one musical performance slot is reserved exclusively for a Sonicbids artist. Besides playing as part of a great lineup, selected artists will be paid according to their negotiated price and performing in front of several thousand people at once, and just might also have the time of their lives.

Submit to be considered if your musical style is energetic but also melodic. The producers feel that acts that are either too passive or too raucous don't capture enough of the cross-section of attendees. If youÂ’re act's content, lyrics or natural appeal exudes some sexiness or includes offbeat visuals, this would be considered a plus for this event.