Bonnie & Clyde’s Wild Romance 2015 ft. Laura Low – Event Recap

On in San Francisco, Bass Cabaret: Bonnie and Clyde’s Wild Romance, the third-annual Bonnie Parker & Clyde Barrow inspired party produced by Party Girl Pearl, was a good ol’ stampede of fun at 1015 Folsom in San Francisco.

This eighth installment of Bass Cabaret featured Laura Low of LowRIDERz plus returning favorite Jillian Ann bumping low-frequency, sexy bass music for an upscale bay area crowd.

Performing artists included pole acrobats, burlesque artists, aerialists, stilt walkers, and modern and vintage dancers.

Guests dressed in 1930s-era attire ranging from flapper to outlaw. Check out all of the photos by Rey Del Fierro. Don’t forget to tag yourselves and your friends on both the partygoer and the official facebook page.

Categories: theater, burlesque, nightlife, date night.

- Laura Low -


- Jillian Ann -


- Subdocta -

(Reno, NV)

- Richard Xavier -

(Future Strange)

- Knowa Lusion -

(Street Ritual)

- Balance -

(San Francisco, CA)

- Hunny Bunny -

(Contortion / Burlesque)

Hunny Bunny fixes her lipstick backstage

Hunny Bunny, the “Bendy Barbie from the Barbary Coast” performed two gravity-defying, utterly incredible contortion acts as a beautifully lithe flower from Wonderland.

- Eva Rose -


- Lula Applebruise -

(Burlesque, Lyra)

- La Maison Aurora -

(Synchronized Aerial Silks)

- Auberon -

(Beats Antique / El Circo)

- Leah Marie -

(Pole Acrobat / Vau de Vire Society)

- Kirstin Brown -

(Pole Acrobatics)

- Reshi -

(Swing Dance)

- Liddy Freeman -

(Swing Dance)

Liddy & Reshi delivered an intense partner performance — “Bang Bang” was dramatic, a few degrees hotter than the Texas sun and surely sexier than the original Bonnie & Clyde.

- Katrina Kroetch -

(Swing Dance)

- Lucia S. Diamonds -

(Stiltwalking / Tipsy Pixies)

- Aisha -

(Stiltwalking / Tipsy Pixies)

- Jim Sweeney -

(Emcee / Hubba Hubba Revue)

- Ariyana La Fey -

(Character Performer)

Check the facebook event page to see which of your friends went.

"Party Girl" Pearl has arrived in the SF Bay Area, harvested from a virgin oyster where she had been cultured since the early 1910's. She began throwing elaborate costume parties in the 1920's on land, and by the early 2000's had become a part of the emerging electronic dance music scene. Today, Pearl blends these worlds with burlesque and the circus arts and creates immersive experiences for party-goers while supporting causes like women’s empowerment and water conservation.

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