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Sizzling New Year’s Eve At Spiral

By |2014-12-25T09:00:00-05:00December 25th, 2014|Lansing, Neighborhoods|

By Shelby Clark Petkus

Spiral Dance Bar, the Lansing area’s premier LGBT club, gets ready to welcome 2015 in an epic 18-and-over evening. Considered the best outdoor patio in Lansing, the bar is known for its festive events, including the recent anti-Ugly Sweater Party with their “Bad Santa and Naughty Elves” night. Their upcoming New Year’s Eve event is themed around “Leather & Lace,” sponsored by Deja Vu Love Boutique.
Leather & Lace will celebrate the “ball drop” with gogo dancers, an aerial dancer, a champagne toast at midnight and more. Other festivities include a special balloon drop, an event photographer, “insane” drink specials, DJ Sizl spinning the evening’s sounds and special drag performances. “Want to go to the sexiest New Year’s Eve party in Michigan?” asks Spiral. “Yeah, we thought so. We know you don’t want to go to the same old NYE party, so celebrate with us and let your freaky side out.” Leather and lace attire recommended.
Merchandise from the event’s sponsor will also be on hand, so an interesting evening can be expected. Deja Vu Love Boutique is a national boutique of erotic toys, adult workshops and more. Under the tagline “where couples love to shop,” the anything-goes shop offers bedroom toys, vibrators, sexual stimulants, intimate lingerie, club wear and the hottest fashions for dancers.
Lansing’s location at 1000 W. Jolly Road is open as late as 4 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and open late other days of the week. For more information, visit http://www.dejavuonline.com.
Spiral’s Leather & Lace New Year’s Eve party will run from Dec. 31 until 4 a.m. on Jan. 1., 2015. Cover is $10 for ages 21 and over, $15 for guests 18-20. Spiral is located at 1247 Center St., Lansing. Presale tickets are available. For more information, visit http://www.spiraldancebar.com or text “SPIRAL” to 83361.

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Between The Lines has been publishing LGBTQ-related content in Southeast Michigan since the early '90s. This year marks the publication's 27th anniversary.