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Burlesque & Fetish Show

3rd Annual FETGALA

Get Tickets $30-$200
Join Haus of Erotique for the 3rd Annual FETGALA at BRICK! Celebrate the Anniversary as Haus of Erotique gives you an unforgettable show experience! Haus of Erotique will bring you Burlesque,Fetish & Fire Performers from across Texas. Including The Burlesque Queen of Texas Minxie Mimieux! The Red Room will also make its return to BRICK for this one special night! Dress to impress to walk The Red Carpet in your best Fetish or Gala Attire. Doors open at 7:45pm. Show starts at 9pm & ends at Midnight. 18 & up only. VIP Reserved Seats,Tables & Couches Available.

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