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ART | Erotic Arts Festival 

Explore two days of sensual enjoyment this weekend at the Erotic Arts Festival. The festival will be held Friday-Saturday, March 28-29, on the second floor of the Radisson Riverside Hotel (120 E. Main St.). Don't miss out on the non-stop entertainment, including burlesque performers from across the country, airborne acrobats from Aerial Arts, erotic poet Romeo D'Nati, erotocomedic author Jeremy Edwards, the Rope Fashion Show, and the new Duct Tape Fashion Show and Contest. In between acts you can browse through an array of vendors selling everything from art to fashion.

The festival will also present two new workshops this year. "Working with Models" is an interactive workshop allowing you to shoot erotic content with featured models, and "Marketing Your Erotica" is geared toward artists looking for opportunities to show and sell their work.

Things wrap up Saturday night, 9 p.m.-1 a.m., with the Erotic Playground, featuring carnival rides, a drag king show, and more — like black-light lube wrestling.

The festival will take place Friday 7 p.m.-midnight and Saturday noon-7p.m. Passes can be bought for one day ($25), two days ($45), the playground only ($10), or all three ($50). For more information, visit or call 315-677-9395.


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