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Return of the Tikiphiles

The tikis are coming! The tikis are coming! They will all be at Kreepy Tiki Tattoo and Monterey Club, when the dashing twosome hosts the finest rockabilly event South Florida has probably ever seen. Revenge of the Tiki III kicks off at 2 p.m. Saturday, when the first musical acts are scheduled to hit the stages. Ladies and gentlemen, prepare yourselves: It will be a day of music with almost 30 bands performing, split between an indoor and an outdoor stage, including acts Wayne "The Train" Hancock, Brownbird and Diablo Dimes, 707's, Jolly Badfellow, and the Wholetones.

Back for its third year, the folks over at Kreepy Tiki Tattoo and Monterey Club are promising to make this year better than the last. Alongside tiki carvers and Day of the Dead artists will be a countless number of vendors selling everything. It's gonna be all retro and vintage. With the pinup contests, there is no telling what will happen. That's not all: The busty bombshells of the Kreepy Kittins will be on-site treating guests to their sexual teasing. There will be pleasing burlesque performances throughout the evening. There will be a hot rod, "Kustom," and classic car show and food trucks galore, serving all sorts of tasty delights to satisfy your drunken appetites -- Monterey has a stellar selection of craft beer. Revenge of the Tiki III is from 2 p.m. to 4 a.m. at the Monterey Club (2608 S. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale); The fun goes until the last person is standing.
Sat., Oct. 8, 2 p.m., 2011

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