Club Candids: Lingerieve 6 at Baseline Sports Bar

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See also: Club Candids: Lingerieve 2012 See also: Club Candids: Doom Disco at Sanctum See also: Club Candids: Chandler Sandbar

Lingerieve 6, the lingerie-themed rave, went on without a hitch, unless you include the issues with the ever-changing venue:

It started at Madison Events Center, then moved to Stratus, and finally ended up at Baseline Sports Bar, which isn't the first place that comes to mind when it comes to EDM, especially since bouncers kept telling guests to put their clothes back on.

Fortunately for our readers, we're pretty quick with a camera, so we managed to capture plenty of gals in their skivvies. It was a bit of a mixed crowd, with young, neon-clad ravers trying to dance, and a few older men ogling the aforementioned ladies, but aside from that, it was a fun time.

The lengthy event boasted an impressive line up of local DJs, as well as international talent like Brisk, Mighty Mike Saga, and Flapjack. The change of venue didn't get the crowd down, because wherever there is dance music, kids with LED gloves will follow.

We captured blood, bikinis, and beads galore in this week's Club Candids slideshow.

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