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Dita Von Teese comes to Revolution Live for a 2-night only engagement

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Revolution Live present a burlesque strip show with Dita Von Teese, featuring Mc Murray Hill and special surprise guests.

The 90-minute spectacle treats audiences to four of Von Teese’s most impressive performances, including her “Bird of Paradise” show which was just added to the line up. This number features Von Teese perched inside a posh gilded Victorian birdcage in an extraordinary costume of beautifully curved fuchsia feathers.

Also showcased in the revue is Von Teese's Swarovski Martini Glass act which she calls her “ultimate, most decadent, and dazzling martini glass ever!” This number features Von Teese in a haute couture tuxedo by Alexis Mabille, which she strips out of to reveal a custom-made corset by the world renowned Mr. Pearl. The act culminates with her bathing in a beautiful art-deco style cocktail glass, crystalized from top to bottom with over 250,000 Swarovski crystals.

Fans will also see the ever-so popular “Rhinestone Cowgirl” show which has her dressed to ride in head to toe pink Swarovski crystal, twirling sparkling guns, with her custom Christian Louboutin “Lou-BOOT-ins” complete with glistening spurs a spinnin'.

Her lavish “Opium Den” show is the ultimate finale with Von Teese as a smoldering and exotic dragon lady, resplendent in a trailing Swarovski crystal Cheongsam embellished with long gleaming crystal tassels.

This two-night only engagement will take place on April 10-11 at 7:30 p.m., so don’t miss the chance to see the reigning Queen of Burlesque herself in all her sass!

Tickets are $35 for general admission, $75 for VIP, $200 for two top tables, and $400 for four top tables.

Revolution Live is located at 100 SW Third Ave., Ft. Lauderdale.

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