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|Wednesday, June 15th, 2011|
July 23rd, 2011 with Dismantled, Platform One, DJ's and Candy!
The next Dracula's Ball event takes place on Saturday, July 23rd, 2011 and includes live performances by Dismantled and Platform One as well as DJs Steve Archer (of Ego Likeness) and Kangal. 3 dancefloors of non-stop music!
Tickets are $16 in advance. All ages are welcome. If you want to drink alcohol, you must be 21+ w/photo ID. Admission at the door will be $18. Tickets go on sale Saturday, June 18th.
Advance tickets can be purchased *in person* from Ticketmaster or Digital Ferret, or *online* from Ticketmaster or IsoTank (IsoTank now ships tickets by US Mail which is much less expensive). Those with advance tickets are admitted first, before those paying at the door.
Dracula's Ball takes place at Shampoo Nightclub in Philadelphia, on Willow Street between 7th and 8th Streets. The club has a large enclosed parking lot which is free, but it does fill up early during Ball events. Doors open at 9pm and the event ends at 2am. In addition to live bands and DJs, there are vendors, candy and door prizes. The official DB website can be found at: http://www.draculasball.com/
|Friday, April 1st, 2011|
|Friday, December 24th, 2010|
|Sunday, October 3rd, 2010|
Dracula's Ball, October 30th! Celldweller, Sepharim Shock, DJ's, Candy, + More!
The next Dracula's Ball event takes place on Saturday, October 30th and includes live performances by Seraphim Shock and Celldweller as well as three DJs spinning in three separate rooms. All ages are welcome. If you want to drink alcohol, you must be 21+ w/photo ID. Tickets are $16 and are on sale now at Ticketmaster (in person or online), IsoTank.com and Digital Ferret CDs. Our Halloween event has sold out for many years running.... As such, we recommend advance tickets in the strongest possible terms. Every year we turn away several hundred people who want to attend but did not purchase tickets.
Costumes are encouraged but not required. Although this is our Halloween event, please note that it takes place on Saturday the 30th of October. Of course, a few hours after we open, midnight will roll around and we'll kick off the official start of Halloween!
Dracula's Ball takes place at Shampoo Nightclub in Philadelphia, on Willow Street between 7th and 8th Streets. The club has a large enclosed parking lot which is free, but it does fill up early during Ball events. Doors open at 9pm and the event ends at 2am. In addition to live bands, there are 3 DJs on 3 dancefloors, vendors, candy and door prizes. The official DB website can be found at: http://www.draculasball.com/
|Wednesday, December 16th, 2009|
|Friday, October 16th, 2009|
|Saturday, August 22nd, 2009|
|Saturday, June 27th, 2009|
Hi! I'm new to this community, and I LOVE Lestat!!!!! :D
I was wondering: does anyone have any good Lestat pictures? I would REALLY appreciate the help!!
Thanks! Current Mood: lovestruck
|Wednesday, April 8th, 2009|
Sanguinarias: looking for VC cast!
|〈〈 GAME INFO RESERVES TAKEN APPLICATION WANTED 〉〉|
some are born to sweet delight,
some are born to endless night. -William Blake
Sanguinarias is a (limited) cross-fandom roleplay loosely based upon HBO's True Blood.
In very recent years, Japanese scientists have invented a 'synthetic blood' that is capable of fully sustaining a vampire's diet. Sort of like a vampiric 'slim fast'; the drink, now mass marketed under the name TruBlood, has allowed many vampires to come out of the shadows and into mainstream society.
Now that humans are no longer an entrée, vampires have "come out of the coffin" to demand their place in society complete with equal rights and citizenship. Religious leaders and government officials around the world have chosen their sides and a full-on political war is in progress.
Feeling that they have sat back and watched these battles long enough, many powerful and ancient vampires begin to migrate toward the lush and decadent city of New Orleans, one of the country's strongest vampiric hot spots, where they are drawn by the call of their brethren to meet and discuss what these changes may mean for immortal "life" as they know it. But what will come of such an influx of power and what will it mean for the Vampire Rights Movement? Some are willing to give up the lifeblood that fuels their existence in order to join human society and others will try and take back the night. Which side will you be on?
GAME OPENS APRIL 18 - NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
|Wednesday, March 11th, 2009|
|Saturday, December 8th, 2007|
I entered that LJ Contest only to find out that it was already over. I'm sharing it anyways.
What Do You Have To Say? - What A Character
Write about a literary character who changed you in some way.
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Anne Rice's character Akasha was an anctient vampire. She was so old yet so inexperienced with the new world. You couldn't help but fall inlove with her beauty, simplicity, and passions. She was doomed the very moment she fell for that young blonde vampire we all know as Lestat. Throughout the book, Queen of the Damned, she is the known as the mother of all vampires. Futher on, she will prove that the age of a person doesn't always determine their intelligence or fidelity.
The character was written in such an addictive way that I started to fall for the actress who presented Akasha on the big screen. When the actress sadly passed away from a fatal plane crash, I was struck with such grief, that I cried for an entire day. I was stunned by my reaction. I had not realized my tears were even capable of surpassing the final chapters in the written character's life much less have the actress who starred as her effect me.
This realization caused an epiphany to arise. Reading can develope another form of reality and from that reality there lies a powerful connection to the tangible one. Simply put, I can say I may react a certain way in a future event but until the event truly happens, I cannot be completely sure. That also means that life is more fragile than I ever imagined. Every reaction has a chain reaction and even the results may very depending upon luck, miscalculations, and other coinciding sequences.
My reaction to that acrtess'/character's death was just as effective as any grief I have suffered from a true loved one's passing. I unknowningly believed, in my subconsious mind, that the world Anne Rice had created was real, Thus creating a breach into the reality I once thought was impenetrable. Reality is truly what you make of it.
Akasha still lives in my heart to this day.
~Victoria K. Current Mood: blah
|Friday, June 15th, 2007|
|Sunday, March 25th, 2007|
|Wednesday, October 11th, 2006|
|Monday, June 19th, 2006|
This is my roleplaying board, Lune Eternelle. It needs more life. We accept all characters, original or not. Multi-Fandom, really. Please take a look, and if you are interested, join.
We are nice and fun. *giggles*
Thank you guys.
|Thursday, April 27th, 2006|
|Thursday, September 1st, 2005|
|Saturday, August 6th, 2005|
|Tuesday, July 12th, 2005|
|Thursday, July 7th, 2005|
now look with your vampire eyes....
Hi everyone, I'm new here.
My name is Caitlin or Cat and I love Lestat.
Everything he says and does I adore.
Right now I'm not sure where my "Queen of the Damned" book is or else I'd share some of my favorite quotes with you.
There is one I know off the top of my head though
"To be this happy is to be miserable, to feel this much satisfaction is to burn"~Lestat in "The Vampire Lestat"
I haven't picked that book up in a while and I'm really in the mood to read tonight so I think I'll read that one.
well.... I look forward to being a part of the community.
Cat Current Mood: bored