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Hit The Right Spot for Valentine's Day

If you've ever been to a Fringe Festival or gone to Pride, you've probably encountered The Wet Spots; the sinful, devious yet inspired musical duo of Cass King and John Woods. If not, you owe it to yourself to check them out before they head out on tour again.

Noted for their pairing of tradtional melodies with bawdy lyrics, these two cross a wide variety of genres in their repertoire with frequent pit stops for humorous anecdotes, sexual advocacy and physical gags. If you've never participated in the sexual pledge of allegiance or a bit of public spanking, seek out a cure for what ails ya and head over to Revival (783 College St.) for their upcoming Valentine's Day show!

While any fetish night, cuddle party or mass makeout could very well net you that corresponding spanking, snuggling or hickey and enliven a rather gloomy February, not too many sexy events manage to successfully navigate the margin between desperation and stilted political-correctness without coming across like an annoying uncle who's always trying to be cooler than your dad.

The Wets Spots do it with class, sass and a little ass.

With special guests Fred Spek's Camp Combo
REVIVAL - 783 College @ Shaw, Toronto, Ontario
8:30 PM
Tickets $12 at the door (or bring a threesome for $30!)

Groups of four or more can RVSP for a table (and we all know what kind of attention a table can get).

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Photo by The Wet Spots.


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