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Wellington the next pull-in for LYC on Tour

Wed 11 Jul 2012 In: New Zealand Daily News

Tess Tickle takes LYC on Tour Get It On’s travelling dance party LYC on Tour will pull in to Wellington on Friday 3 August, and tickets are moving quick. Drag diva Tess Tickle will headline the event, along with her crew of talented and equally stunning dancing boys. The line-up also includes Avidiva and The Southside Sisters with more announcements to follow. “Party-goers can expect a pretty dazzling show from all of our performers”, says Get it On! spokesperson Joe Rich. “The event has been an absolute hit in Auckland and Christchurch and we expect nothing less for Wellington.” The first LYC on Tour party was held in Auckland on 23 June, followed by Christchurch where more than 300 people partied the night away. Rich explains that LYC, which stands for "Love Your Condom" is an extension of Get it On! that aims to inspire a movement of condom loving among gay and bisexual men. “Following the success of our previous tattoo campaign, LYC encourages gay and bisexual men to take it to the next level and join an inclusive movement that celebrates great sex with condoms.” More than 5,000 people have already joined in the LYC movement on Facebook. “We’re excited by how many have joined up so far, and we’re keen to reach more of the rainbow community”, adds Rich. “LYC On Tour is a really fun way for us to do just that.” The LYC On Tour Wellington party will be hosted at the San Francisco Bathhouse at 171 Cuba Street, Wellington, with doors opening at 10PM. Interest in the Wellington event has been huge and it’s expected to be a sell-out party so those who don’t yet have a ticket are encouraged to get in quick. Tickets are FREE via the Get it On! Facebook page or $10 on the door.    

Credit: GayNZ.com Daily News staff

First published: Wednesday, 11th July 2012 - 1:30pm

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