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Salon Mika on 13-23 February!


Mika will be staging his first cabaret (strictly for us adults) since… well, a few years ago!

The King of Exotic Cabaret takes K’ Road! Get licked into blissful submission by the hottest line-up of talent on the strip. Opening to the public on Valentine’s Day 14th until the 23rd of February, Wednesday-Saturday nights from 8pm.

Lounge around and vibrate in the newly renovated Switch Bar (upstairs, 309 Karangahape Road). A veteran of seven (7) Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, Mika brings snippets of his new works destined for international stages with a cast of live musicians, dancers, exotic performers and poets. Salon Mika is for adults who like to love, laugh and live.

Joining Mika is sultry celebrity Megan Alatini, Leda Petit renowned Queen of Burlesque, and a crew of dancers led by naughty hiphop club kid M@E. Experience the age old arts of Exotic Cabaret: inspired from Josephine Baker and Grace Jones of yesterday, to Janelle Monae and Lady Gaga of today – artists who don’t compromise, welcome to Salon Mika.

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Then book tickets at .

If you have any inquiries, do not hesitate to email or call 09 620 6111.


Megan Alatini


Leda Petit

Ramon Tewake




Nat Hugill


Celeb Megan Alatini shares her diva sultry sexiness in song with the Mika. From the shores of Tokyo to the K Rd strip, expect jazz R&B moments amidst champagne kisses in the Salon.

Leda Petit, just back from Melbourne, renowned Queen of Burlesque explores an array of sensual delights that along with Mika permit the salons R18+ rating.

Mattie Club kid, naughty by nature, dance star with hip hop vocals and SWAG. Mattie brings permissive club decadence for all the club kids and those wanting to play on the dance floor.

Check out more of these sexy and talented performers (and more!) at Salon Mika. See you there!




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