Impotent Sea Snakes reunite this NYE 

During the late '90s and early '00s, New Year's Eve at the Masquerade involved flag-burning, cross-dressing, stilt-walking and scantily clad S&M performers, while guys in drag with names such as Tess Tease and Buck Futt performed blasphemous hard-rock songs about doing unmentionable things to kangaroos and the Pope. The spectacle was known as the IMPOTENT SEA SNAKES and came to an unofficial end in 2004. But this New Year's Eve, the sparks will quite literally fly again as the reunited Sea Snakes, along with their troupe of grinder girls, naughty nuns and other performers, ring in the new year in erotically charged fashion. Nashville Pussy, which was also part of previous holiday spectacles with the Sea Snakes, performs Southern-tinged rock 'n' roll that's just as morally challenging. $12. 8 p.m. Dec. 31. Masquerade, 695 North Ave. 404-577-8178.


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