Jungle Fantasy Carnival 2010 – Provincetown, August 15 â€“ 20
Posted: Sunday, July 25th 2010, 5:13 AM
by Provincetown Business Guild
Jungle Fantasy Carnival 2010 – Provincetown, August 15 â€“ 20. Announcing Parade Grand Marshals and Event Highlights.
The Provincetown Business Guild will hold its annual Carnival Week August 15-20, 2010. This yearâ€™s theme is Jungle Fantasy.The PBG is proud to announce that Margaret Cho and Bruce Vilanch will be the Grand Marshals of the Parade. Miss Margaret Cho and Mr. Bruce Vilanch will also be performing during Carnival Week at the Madeira Room/Vixen located at 336 Commercial Street. Margaret Cho returns with new material from her newest stand up tour, Cho Dependent. Margaret will be performing August 15 – 24 (no show August 19th) at 9 p.m. Tickets are $40. Bruce Vilanch takes you on a trip behind the scenes of every major show business event and into the distressed minds of the participants. Bruce will be performing August 21 & 22 at 7:30 p.m Tickets are $25.
Tickets for both performers can be purchased at the Madeira Room /Vixen box office or by calling 508-487-6424.
The PBG is excited to announce a new event this year: Jungle Jam Pier Dance and Jungle Fantasy Costume Contest, taking place on MacMillan Pier. This new event is produced by David Flower Productions and the PBG and will include a Costume Contest with a $300 cash prize!
Welcome to the Jungle opening night party at the Boatslip has brought back resident DJ Mary Alice to spin for the night and there will be a super fun Safari Challenge interactive course designed by David Flower Productions who created last yearâ€™s Haunted House at the Aquarium Mall.
The Awards Ceremony for the winning Parade entries has been moved to the closing night party, Monkey Business at the Crown & Anchor.
For information on these events and other PBG events visit our website at www.ptown.org
The Provincetown Business Guild, PBG, has been promoting gay and lesbian tourism to Provincetown since 1978. The PBG is comprised of member business, throughout the community, who recognize the significant impact of the gay and lesbian market to the Provincetown economy.