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DJ Loudtone to spin at the Vengeance erotic art show

DJ Loudtone, one of the DMV's most versatile DJs, will spin his dynamic mix of hip-hop, latin, house and dancehall reggae - Saturday (June 21, 2014) at Vengeance, an art experience for the mature audience. This event is presented by Raymond "Wolverine" Weal and The Pack.

Vengeance Erotic Art Show
Vengeance Erotic Art Show
Raymond Weal
DJ Loudtone to perform at Vengeance art show
Sidney Thomas

Vengeance (The Return of the Divergent Artists), is an exhibition of fine nude, risque', fantasy, erotic, tattoo art, graffiti, surrealism, makeup, gothic, body piercing and photography.

The presentation features a live nude art painting demo by Tony Dortch, and a make-up and bodypainting session by Nichelle Lewis of Faces by Nish. Tribal dance performances will be exquisitely dramatized by Naimah, Shaell Dancer, Dark Phoenix and Soliel Noir. Kat "Wild Kat" Tan from The Wild Kat Show, Cher Weal (The Genesis Muse of Wolverine), and Diviana (The Muse of Vengeance) will be your hosts for the evening.

The soundscape will be provided by Loudtone, a DJ skilled in all aspects of turntablism. He performs regularly in venues throughout the DC metropolitan area, and he was recently featured on the Fox 5 News television program.

Vengeance will take place at the Hilton Hotel & Executive Meeting Center (1750 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD), from 8:00 pm until 12:00 midnight. General admission tickets are available online at for $15 (not including $1.75 processing fee) until June 20th. All tickets are $20 at the door.

The dress code for Vengeance (The Return of the Divergent Artists) is semi-formal and a cash bar will be available throughout the evening. All patrons must be at least 21 years of age. For more information contact Raymond "Wolverine" Weal: (301) 275-8264.

Mr. Weal is an accomplished artist and photographer who has won many awards for his creative work. Last year he presented the very successful "Genesis" adult artistic exhibition.

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