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Tequila Fest, Adventure Club, Peppermint Parties, and Holiday Provocatease Over the Weekend (NSFW)

4th Annual Tequila Fest at US Airways Center Over 1,500 Tequila lovers showed up on Saturday for the 4th Annual Tequila Fest at the US Airways Center. It was kind of like spring break in Rocky Point except way better Tequila and I didn't leave with a weird mushroom tattoo. Patrons paid $45 dollars at the door and were treated to Tequila from more than 100 different vendors.

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Adventure Club at Axis/Radius, 12/14/12 Axis/Radius was packed with adventurous, brightly colored dancers eager to see Canadian dubstep duo Adventure Club's appearance at Republic Bass on Friday, December 14.

Peppermint at The Mint in Scottsdale, 12/14/12 The Mint served as a winter wonderland and shelter from this weekend's storm as guests posted with Santa Claus, noshed on a peppermint candy buffet, and braved the elements to look fantastic for PepperMINT on Friday, December 14.

Provocatease's The Naughty List at Le Chalet The holiday season got a bit sultry and scandalous on Friday, December 14, at Le Chalet in Glendale when the exotic ecdysiasts of local burlesque troupe Provocatease presented their Christmastime-inspired showcase The Naughty List. The Vaudevillian-style cabaret showcase offered comedy, magic, bawdy versions of classic carols, and - of course - a lot of skin being revealed. Life-sized dolls came to life and performed sexy stripteases, as did a sugarplum fairy and Mrs. Claus.

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Claire Lawton
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