Arts & Entertainment
Spiral Into Lansing Dance Bar
By Shelby Clark
Originally printed 2/20/2014 (Issue 2208 - Between The Lines News)
Spiral Dance Bar of Lansing is heating up February with an array of events every week including themed parties and drag extravaganzas.
Recently, renowned Michigan Drag Queen Sabin made an electrifying return to the bar. A Valentine's Day-themed event, "Queen of Hearts," dominated Feb. 14.
The weekends start at 9 p.m. Thursdays at Spiral with "Tease A Rama." The weekly event features burlesque, drag and girl fights. Tickets for this event range from $5-$10.
Later on Thursday evenings, and starting at 1 a.m., check out "Twisted Games." Hosted by resident drag queen Ace Deville, the event features party games and fully nude strippers.
The club offers special cover for students on Fridays' College Night. DJ Restless, DJ Highjakk'd, DJ Rachel and She J Blondi3 spin music throughout the night.
DJ Cruz keeps the weekend going with Saturday's "Unzipped," featuring "wild shows" and "sexy barstaff."
On Sundays, look for "Showbiz Sunday" starting at 10 p.m. - one of their most popular nights. The show features DJ Lipgloss, with Ace Deville, Delicious and Maria Mirelez serving as the drag queens throughout the night. Additional showtimes for the evening are 11 p.m. and 12 a.m.
The bar is also available for private events and parties.
Spiral Dance Bar is located at 1247 Center St. in Lansing. A free shuttle is offered to the bar from the East Lansing area. For more information on the shuttle or the bar, call 517-371-3221 during working hours, 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Wednesday through Sunday. Check out Spiral's website at www.spiraldancebar.com.For other events in the Lansing area, visit BTL's calendar at www.pridesource.com/calendar.html.
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