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Travulous & Friends Spread Cosmic Cheer, Holiday Market & Intergalactic Musical

A musical starring Travulous & Friends, goodies for sale, local bands, and candy canes: This sounds like a stimulus overload, but it's all holiday magic.

Travulous was once described by our own Erica K. Landau as a "glam-fab superstar," a wonderman with a Ziggy Stardust steez. This was last summer, when the Bubble hosted a fashion show.  Now Travulous -- this time as Travulous & Friends -- will be performing in a musical as part of the cutest and most heartwarming event The Bubble's yet hosted: their holiday market. 

Stock up for the holidays locally, drink vegan eggnog, eat home-baked cookies, and jam to Sweet Bronco's Chris Horgan's warm acoustic tunes (he's headlining a lineup that includes Radar, Green Mantles, Retrocities,

and Intergalactic Band).

For your buddies and loved ones (or for

yourself), you can buy plush toys, original art, homemade goods, and

yoga gear by local artists and artisans like Erick Arenas and Rachel

DeJohn. Then get hennaed and tipsy on beer and check out VJ Dark

Intersection's sweet visuals. The cheap cover is worth it to fund the

Bubble and keep sweet happenings like this going all year long. Plus,

it'll cover you for all the tasty treats and sweet tunes you'll have 12 hours to gorge yourself on.  Check out all the details and a full

list of market vendors at the Facebook event page here.


Bubble is located at 810 NE Fourth Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Saturday, December

18, at 6 p.m.  Admission is $5 from 6 - 8 p.m., and $10 after 8

p.m. until midnight.

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Monica Uszerowicz

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