The Rockabilly Pin-Up Party and Car Show runs from noon-2 a.m. It features a vintage automobile show, burlesque performances by artists Babes in Sin, Lou Lou Roxy and Anabelle of the Ball, rope-bondage demonstrations by Mateo, and musical performances by the Delta Bombers, the Swingin’ Pedestrians and DJ Lucky. Photography and models for the event will be provided by Richard Rasner and Jenna Black of Nakayama Studios.
The event will also feature a full bar provided by Absolute Beverage and a raffle for prizes donated by companies including Topco Sales.
“We are always eager to support the Erotic Heritage Museum’s fantastic events and exhibits,” said Desiree Duffie, director of marketing and public relations for Topco Sales. “Truck Stop Trixxxie is just the kind of girl to get super excited about squirming over some hot, vintage cars and the chance to jump and jive to great rockabilly tunes.”
Admission is $10 from noon-7 p.m. and $15 from 7 p.m-2 a.m. The car show will take place from noon-7 p.m. and all other performances from 7 p.m- 2 a.m.
The Erotic Heritage Museum encompasses more than 24,000 square feet of permanent and changeable exhibit space and places a special emphasis on the unfolding of the American sexual revolution of the 20th century. The museum is owned and managed by the Exodus Trust, a nonprofit California trust.
The Muesum is located at 3275 Industrial Road in Las Vegas, at the corner of Desert Inn and right behind the Fashion Show Mall.
For more information, visit the Erotic Heritage Museum website.