TAMPA — NightMoves Magazine’s 24th annual NightMoves Awards will be held in Tampa this Sunday, Oct. 9 at The Round Up and will feature Ron Jeremy, Vicky Vette and many other adult stars.
Kicking off the evening will be Jeremy — who has hosted every NightMoves Awards show since 1992 — with Vette. Other host pairings for the evening will include Tory Lane with James Bartholet, and Katie Morgan with Evan Stone. The entire show will be emceed by Gia Nova and Tracy Allen, editor of NightMoves Magazine and co-producer of the NightMoves Awards.
“Returning to The Round Up, where we held the awards years ago, is a fantastic homecoming, and we’ll be celebrating in style,” said Paul Allen, publisher and founder of NightMoves Magazine. “The show has gotten bigger each year, so having multiple hosts makes the evening that much more special. We broke all voting records again this year, and our Twitter numbers were just as impressive. We look forward to seeing everyone at the Awards.”
The Round Up is located at 10051 W. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa, Fla. 33615. A 21-year staple of the Tampa area, The Round Up is a country dance bar and concert venue that features a large dance floor, a 24-ft. ceiling, pool tables, gaming machines and three separate bars.
Between award presentations, NightMoves will feature erotic performances by Franki Markstone, Lauren Phillips, Shzanna East — who is nominated for Best Nude Dancer — Natasha Nova, Jaded Dawn and Katie Sutra.
The entertainment will also feature male performers, including the Buns and Bowties Male Dancers and Seth Gamble.
The NightMoves Awards show will close the evening with the return of the Cash Balloon Drop. Every single balloon dropped will contain some sort of dollar reward, in different denominations, for attendees to grab.
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The public is also invited to attend the official NightMoves Awards After Party, to be held at Thee Dollhouse at 1010 N. Westshore Blvd., Tampa, Fla. 33607. Fans will be able to celebrate alongside this year’s winners from 12 midnight until 3 a.m.
The NightMoves Awards, started in 1993, is described by NightMoves as “the third oldest and continuously running adult awards show in the United States.”