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Sorry, kids; watching beautiful women gyrate ever-so-subtly on the raised platform stage at Respectable Street (518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach) is for the 21-and-older crowd this Friday. What that means: You can’t drink beers and look at boobs without necessary clearance. On a usual night, this would be the venue of choice for the younglings to check out a local indie show, but they can’t when the dazzling ladies of Cupcake Burlesque are on stage — because they may very well be South Florida’s naughtiest burlesque troupe. The show promises to deliver sweet, sass, and a whole lot more! The band To Hell With Poverty will perform after. The lovely evening of drunken debauchery starts whenever you want it to, but the show begins at 9 , and the party will rage until 4 a.m. Purchase your presale tickets now for only $8, or buy them at the door for $10. Presale tickets are available at brownpapertickets.com/event/220748. Visit respectablestreet.com, or call 561-832-9999.
Sat., Feb. 25, 9 p.m., 2012

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