The only place in Salt Lake with the balls to cater to your “sinfully sexy” self. Hosted the last Saturday night of every month, the entire club from top to bottom becomes the ultimate playground for sexy fetish fun. Dress to impress and express that dark & daring side you’ve been hiding during your 9 to 5. Whether you dress to the fetish theme, or just come to watch this freak show, either way you will fit right in to the monthly Fetish Ball!
Come in to see all the gorgeous freaks, or partake of your own daring adventure with our fetish demo’s and freaky accessories. Dance all night to all the dark and naughty music your parents warned you about.
The party starts at 8pm so get here fast for SLC’s Sexiest Freak Show event! Cover charge is just $10, but if you get in before 10pm you get $5 off! And Ladies, remember that you are always FREE before 10pm.
Saturday (Last Saturday Monthly) 8 pm – 1 am
Area51 451 S 400 W Salt Lake City, UT 84101 (801) 534-0819
After enjoying our spectacular fireworks display, join us in the Grand Summit Ballroom as we ring in the New Year at our Gala Celebration! The Gala will feature a live DJ, dancing, hats, noise makers, heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar.
Featuring one of the biggest djs from LA: DJ REZA
Local DJ’s ALL-STARS: DJ:K, ELLIOTT JOHNSTON, BRIAN BLURR, DMITRY KO, DIZZ, GROOVE XPERIENCE, ST1CKE
Cascada is an award-winning German eurodance group. They are most famous for their hit singles “Everytime We Touch” which won them a World Music Award in 2007 as well as becoming the group’s first number one single, “What Hurts the Most” which stormed the charts in 2008, and “Evacuate the Dancefloor” which recently became a UK number one. So far the group has sold an estimated 13 million copies of their three albums worldwide. Cascada consists of English-German singer Natalie Horler, and Record producers DJ Manian and Yanou.
Natalie Horler was born on September 23, 1981. As the front line singer, she is often presented as Cascada, as opposed to the entire band. When she was just 26, she worked for a number of various DJs. She provided vocals for dance act 2 Vibez with their song “Sometimes”, which was released on October 8, 2004. Eventually, she met Yann Peifer and Manuel Reuter . Natalie was born in Bonn, Germany. Horler’s parents are English, thus she speaks fluent English with an English accent and states that she has enjoyed a ‘very English upbringing’.