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It's Cinco de Mayhem At Crazy Girls

Tera Patrick and Evan Seinfeld kick off the reinvention of a Hollywood club

It's Cinco de Mayhem At Crazy Girls

HOLLYWOOD — For several years now, the adult community has moseyed over to Sardo's on Tuesdays for Porn Star Karaoke ... but look out: There's a new kid on the block (if by "block," you mean a couple of miles south of Sardo's).

Enter Crazy Girls in Hollywood, a "legendary" strip club that's recreating itself by inaugurating "Smokin' Hot Tuesdays" that will "bring sex, drinks and rock-n-roll to an LA club scene dying for something hot, hard and loud."

The recurring event will kick off tonight with "Cinco de Mayhem," a celebration of the popular Hispanic festival, sponsored by adult companies Teravision and A List Talent, who'll be bringing in a bevy of porn stars ... and Evan Seinfeld's band, The Spyderz, to "break this place in as only the Spyderz can," according to Seinfeld.

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It's the first time the club has ever had a band on stage, and of course, they're bringing along Seinfeld's squeeze, the multi-award-winning star Tera Patrick.

"Crazy Girls is an iconic Hollywood hot spot,"  Tera said in a press release on the event. "Never before has it seen rock and roll done the way the Spyderz do it. We are going to make sure that Tuesdays in Hollyweird will never be the same again. It will be a night of sex, drinks and rock-n-roll."

And to add an extra kick to the event, Transphusion Energy Drink is sponsoring an open bar to help make sure everything is "hot, hard and loud."

Anyway, this kickoff event for Smokin' Hot Tuesdays begins tonight at 1433 N. LaBrea Ave. in Hollywood 90028. For more info, call 323-969-0338.






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