BALLS… Vampire Balls to be exact, now I want you to think back to the last one you attended, or heard about, or saw pictures from… and the one before that, and the one before… what’s the common thing that occurs with all of them?
EXACTLY… everyone gets gussied up to be “Vampish“, right? Right?
So, go with that thought but think OUTSIDE the square, what about combining the Vampyre theme with another theme, say, ummmm… oh, I know…
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GO CATS, GO…!!!
Yeah Kitty-katz and Daddy-oh’s… this RVL’s especially for my L’il Kitty-Kat Lady M…
and in the morning we can all say…
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Hosted by Lady Raven Productions, the VMB is a formal Gothic event bringing in attendees from all over the nation and as far away as Europe. It’s a night that focuses on elegance, finery, and dark decadence in one of Portland’s oldest and largest ballrooms featuring the finest in Gothic/Industrial music.
The Annual Vampire’s Masquerade Ball is a night of gothic elegance and decadence highly anticipated each year in the city of roses and hosted by Lady Raven Productions. It’s an evening where over 800 guests from the various gothic/industrial/alternative lifestyle communities from around the nation and the world gather in the Melody Ballroom amongst crystal chandeliers and Edwardian cornices to socialize and dance the night away. The VMB strives to offer its guests the experience of a formal gala at an attainable price; shared with like-minded company from the gothic/industrial communities who appreciate creative and individual expression, and the event is of course LGBTQ friendly. The name “Vampire’s Masquerade Ball” is meant to evoke dark romanticism and a gothic interpretation of beauty. While the event is not sponsored or organized by the vampire community, they have always consistently been very supportive of the VMB, and are welcome to attend.