Clockwork Vaudeville V Features Local Acts & Artisans

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This Saturday promises to be another exciting addition to our Clockwork Vaudeville line of events!  With another appearance of our original guest DJ, Adam Killing, and our resident magician, Michael Burke, as well as our resident DJs Joe Vor-Tech, Mr. Automatic & DJ Wyser.  And of course there will be our hosts – The Lady KL Kenzie, Rev. Cpt. Flint & Lady NoLucky.

It’s also the OFFICIAL pre-event to our flagship event of the year – Carnivale Delirium (more on that to come!)

Along with this we’re featuring Bob Hollister and his Little Golden Miracle Medicine Show – a live show that promises antics, variety and general madness!

Along with two fantastic live shows we will also feature our infamous “fashion & gadget” contests.  This month’s winners will receive a custom piece built and designed by none other than our long time friends Highwind Steamworks.  But (and in true medicine show form) that’s not all!  Each winner will also get a free ticket to our up-coming steampunk circus event – CARNIVALE DELIRIUM – to happen at Reggie’s Rock Club in Chicago on Friday October 22nd – the pre-flyer is posted below!

So what are you waiting for?  The show starts at 10pm – the first contest is at midnight – followed by the first live show.  The second contest is as at 2am – followed by the second live show.  Entry is FREE, all patrons must be 21 or older.  Gin is only $4 and rum $3 – events are to take place at Exit Nightclub – 1315 W. North Ave.

See you there!

-The Lord Baron

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  • 1 Rachel Sep 14, 2010 at 4:34 pm

    I just want to note that it’d be great if events like Carnivale Delirium were on Saturdays and earlier in the day, to make it easier for people who don’t live in Chicago to attend. We’re in Lansing, MI and would love to attend, except that getting there in time on a Friday night and then driving home at 2am would be impossible. You do have people in other cities who would like to get involved, if you’d just make it a little easier for us.

  • 2 Sally Van Eycke Sep 17, 2010 at 3:36 pm

    Captain La Grange & I are planning to come out for the October event!! We are looking for a place to crash as well…

  • 3 The Lord Baron Sep 19, 2010 at 8:18 pm


    We do the best to accommodate everyone for our events, but the truth about performance and nightlife events is that it is generally best to have them at night, doubly, for our CD event that Friday was the only day available. Regardless – our general Clockwork Vaudeville events – such as the one last night – was on a Saturday. We’d love to see you at some future Saturday events!

    @Sally – FANTASTIC! Looking forward to it – I’m sure we have some local steampunkers who can put you guys up. The good lady KL and I would be happy to but we’re already putting up the talent for the night ;)

  • 4 Drew P Sep 19, 2010 at 8:20 pm

    I agree with comment #1. In addition:I’ve noticed some of these events need more notice time-some people have busy schedules and a week or so before might not be enough(plus,the event was probably scheduled way ahead of time(hopefully)so notice could be better;)). about some pics…or is a photographer needed(hint,hint).

  • 5 Lord Baron Joseph C.R. Vourteque IV Sep 21, 2010 at 1:20 pm

    Well my good people, we are giving you a whole month and a half to make our Carnivale Delirium event ;)

    As for photographers, we’ve had coverage by Timeout Chicago and Glitter Guts, we also have Lisa Marie Ogle who takes a few for us – check out past posts on our past events for links!

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