Ye Olde Yellow Cabaret VII Recap
The seventh Ye Olde Yellow Cabaret just wrapped up and it was yet another successful event.
As per tradition all guests to the event were “becatted” by the Airship Passepartout door crew: Mike, Sabrina, Gintia & Me (Sir Ernest). We brought out the Mega Jenga once again and had posters available from all seven Yellow Cabarets plus Airship Passepartout pins! Just over 150 people attended the final Yellow Cabaret of the year which again was another unique event.
Once again Tara & Erin were running the bar with three pre-mixed favorites, plus red & white wine and a selection of beers on tap including several from local micro-breweries.
We once again had the ceiling cam in action capturing all of the indoor entertainers. In addition we had several great photographers in attendance who captured all of the amazing performances including: Richard Brown, Rob Badger, Miss Mystic & Michael Kilbourne. Full list of photo sets & videos at bottom of page.
The vendors room was once again filled with many favorite craftspeople plus a few new faces: Bree Orlock, Sew Late at Night, Sylvan Creations, Rose & Gear, Marianne C. Jackson, Starlight Masks, Studio de Sade, Mike Stocks Leatherwork. Outside enjoying the lovely night were: Free Pirates for Hire, Jessica Spangler Digital Art and this event’s foodtruck The Wicked ‘Wich of Dayton!
The Skeletones returned for their second showing at YC after just over a year. Their creepy version of Rockabilly, known as shockabilly, was enhanced by their makeup & outfits. Wait that was makeup right?
Cirque de la Lune & Cincy Pyro
A new troupe out of Cincinnati, the seven members of Cirque de la Lune & Cincy Pyro put together a wonderful set blending dance, juggling, fire, burlesque & more. They did a great opening number followed by several solo performances and then everybody went outside for the grand finale featuring three members trading off their fire spinning skills
Once again DJ V-Ral was back with a great set of goth, electronica, electro-swing & various others to let people dance and mingle before the night
Jimi Black of Dayton returned for a second time this year to show off his fire spinning skills in the outdoor area
The Skashank Redemption
After a brief break The Skashank Redemption of Columbus took the stage to get everybody skanking and pogoing to their infectious ska beat.
The debut of this Dayton burlesque troupe mesmerized everybody with the involved storyline and of so sexy ladies. Troupe Hëxa was formed by Schatzi Lord who has performed at two previous Yellow Cabaret’s in the past
Around Midnight Cincinnati’s Steampunk Metal band, Automaton, took the stage and ran through a blazing set that thrilled metalheads and steampunks alike!
To wrap up the night DJ V-Ral once again took the stage and pushed out infectious beats that had people dancing inside and out until we shut things down around 1:45am.
Once again thank you to all the entertainers, vendors, volunteers, crew and attendees who made my party such a success once more. I look forward to seeing all of you again sometime soon. If you’ve been thinking about coming to a Yellow Cabaret but haven’t made it, what is holding you back? Just let me know!
Watch for a full Yellow Cab wrap up coming soon featuring links to all seven events, plus links to all the photo sets, videos and all of the entertainers!