Step into a kinky winter wonderland at an event that combines a scintillatingly sensual show with interactive marvels
This gala reception features exquisitely erotic, sensually subversive, and particularly provocative performance art, including suspension bondage, pole dance, burlesque, and kink-ified seasonal songs, as well as decorated attendee photo areas, interactive painting, winter-themed snacks, ornament creation, and other participatory activities. All proceeds go to compensate artists and to support the Folsom Street 501(c)3 non-profit arts and culture organization.
Our amazing performers include:
Location: Folsom Street Community Center, 145 9th St Suite 105, San Francisco, CA 94103
Schedule: December 11th, 2021. Doors open at 7:30pm, event from 8pm - 10:30pm. Please plan to arrive no later than 9pm. Performance schedule coming soon!
Attire: Twisted Windows is an artistic fetish environment, and you are part of that environment. Wear what makes you feel amazing and seize this opportunity for your finery to be fully appreciated! Nipples and bits must be covered. Think blues and whites, formal attire, leather/lace/latex, ice royalty, or winter wonderland adjacent. No effort = no entry. Attendees are required to wear masks at all times, except when actively eating/drinking (we will provide some packaged snacks and single-serve non-alcoholic beverages).
Entry requirements: This event is 18+, ID required. All attendees will need to provide proof of vaccination at the door, no exceptions. Sufficient proof of vaccinated status is a state/federally issued vaccine card, a photograph of your card, or digital vaccine record from the State of California showing that you are two weeks past the complete vaccine course. Attendees must also complete a symptom screening and attestation at the door. All attendees must abide by our code of conduct.
*ASL interpreters are available upon request – please email email@example.com by 1 week prior to the event to request an interpreter.
Only VIP tickets come with a reserved seat. The only difference between Tiers 1, 2, and 3 tickets is price (there are a limited number of Tier 1 and Tier 2 tickets available). Please contact the producers for accessibility questions and accommodations.*