Evil Angel to Sponsor Hollywood Bondage Ball July 4

Tod Hunter
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Production company Evil Angel has signed on to sponsor the upcoming Bondage Ball party set for July 4 at the Henry Fonda Theater in Hollywood. The rooftop VIP area will be dedicated to Evil Angel films and its "Fashionistas" series, hosted and sponsored by Evil Angel and company owner John Stagliano.

"I've been to several of the Bondage Balls, and John [Stagliano] came with me to the last one. He saw what I was so excited about and he got excited," Evil Angel's Tricia Devereaux told XBIZ. "It's such a cool event because it's fetishy, but you can observe without being ingrained in the lifestyle. Some parties are too mainstream, or too extreme and authentic. Anybody who's open-minded will enjoy this event."

John Stagliano will be at the party to meet his fans and sign autographs. Other performers and directors from the Evil Angel, including director Jake Malone, are expected to attend. Signed copies of the "Defend Our Porn" DVD — which will be released this week — will be given away to selected partygoers.

“This really is a match made in heaven," Bondage Ball promoter Matthew Grim said. “Our peeps are really excited about the Evil Angel Fashionistas rooftop. For the fetish crowd, Stagliano’s 'Fashionistas' is considered one of the best fetish movies ever made. We can’t wait. Whatever happens on the roof stays on the roof. This will be a night to remember."

The event will also feature special guests and events including international fetish photographer Lithium Picnic, Metal Sanaz of MySpace, Perish’s Karnival of Kink, Vena’s Evil Dolls performance and a burlesque show by Madame Sunset and her Hollywood Kittens.

The Bondage Ball is a quarterly fetish dance event that draws a reported 1,500-2,000 partygoers and incorporates fetish play, BDSM, fetish fashion, DJs, dancing, fetish performances and stage shows. The July 4 Bondage Ball will be held at the Music Box Theater at 6126 Hollywood Blvd. in Hollywood, Calif., from 9 p.m.- 3 a.m. attendees must be 18 or older.

For more information or to purchase advance tickets, visit the Bondage Ball website.

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