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Extreme Fetish: Kink In XS+ACE- Fetish-BDSM Ball

Leather, Latex, PVC, and other Fetish attire replaces the normal dress code at XS! Nite Club, 229a High Street, Lower Hutt, this Saturday, 13th April, as Extreme Fetish takes over the venue for the 3rd Annual Fetish Ball.

The organisers have taken a slightly different approach this year, by having three separate areas to cater to differing tastes - a dance floor, a social-relax area with bar, and a BDSM play space where people can indulge in Safe, Sane and Consensual Bondage & Discipline/Sado-Masochism (BDSM) play.

The full, enforced dress code is: Leather, Latex, PVC, Erotic-Fantasy, Lingerie, BDSM, CD/TV, Uniforms, or Body-Art. There will be no refund or entry to those not in dress code. No cameras allowed.

Doors open at 8PM. The BDSM play space closes at 1AM. Regular XS! patrons will be admitted after 2AM.

Tickets are $20 and are available from Real Groovy, HD (formerly Hound Dog), and The Cage. Door sales will be available on the night.

Contact: Leonie Henskie Extreme Fetish (04) 478-2824

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