Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 25, 2007
Celebrate 'the Original Halow'een - Samhain' and the start of the Celtic New Year, at the 7th Annual Kilt & Mini Bash - 8 PM, Saturday, November 10th. Guests will enjoy an evening of thrills featuring men wearing kilts, women wearing miniskirts, live Celtic and popular dance music, contests, prizes and surprises that will delight the senses.
The Kilt & Mini Bash will feature a dynamic evening of Celtic-inspired merriment and nonstop excitement. Contests include "The Big Fellow" ~ the winner being the gentleman who is most built in a kilt, and "The Bonney Knees Contest" ~ the winner being the lady with the sexiest knees! Guests will be welcomed to the Bash by bag piping maestro Neil "The Piper" Hubbard followed by musical performances from the NW Celtic Bowi Band, the Seattle Firefighters Pipes & Drums Band and accompanied by the ever popular Kilt Trax DJ spinning the top party dance tracks, video and lights.
Avoid the Lame Tax™ - to ensure guests dress appropriately, anyone who shows up to the Bash improperly attired (i.e. without kilt or mini) will be assessed an extra $100 Lame Tax™ before they may gain entrance to the event. However, in the past 5 years no tax has been collected because everyone wants to be part of the action and no one wants to be lame.
Ticket information, photos, blog banners and more can be found at KiltandMini.com
Sponsors for the 2007 Kilt & Mini Bash include Michael Collins Irish Whiskey, Sierra Mist, Lover's Package, Metromint, SportKilt.com and Hotel Deca. The event is being held at the Nectar Lounge in the Fremont district of Seattle.
Bash proceeds benefit Northwest theatrical arts nonprofit 4D Theatrics. 4D is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to advance education and access to practical knowledge for individuals pursuing a course of study in the four theatrical arts disciplines of sound, lighting, costuming & scenic design.
The Kilt & Mini Bash has been independently selected as one of Seattle's 10 Best Annual Events by 10Best.com.
Samhain (pronounced "Sow' en") heralds the beginning of the Celtic New Year. It is the time when Celts believed the gates to the otherworld were opened and they could communicate with the dead. Over hundreds of years, many of the customs and practices of the pagan Celts have been absorbed into Christianity. Halowe'en has been celebrated more than two thousand years in Scotland and Ireland. Its origins are steeped in antiquity.
The Bash is produced by Epic Odyssey®
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