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October 2009

Roll Up, Roll Up for Australia’s Biggest Sex Show

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Sydney’s Sexpo Leads The World

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Sydney will host the world’s largest ever adult show with this year’s Sexpo at the Horden Pavilion from October 29 to November 1.

Sexpo’s organisers have moved the show from winter to summer to avoid competing with the footy codes that made parking difficult around the SCG – and are celebrating with the biggest show ever, Sexpo’s Summer of Fun.

This year’s show has a swathe of new performers and activities, massive outdoor entertainment areas, two show stages and new acts ranging from the Sexpo Show Girls to Queensland’s all male Bad Boys review.

The show will be feature Hey Hey It’s Saturday comedian Russell Gilbert, Penthouse Pet Miss Suzie Q, Sexpo’s famous amateur striptease, an erotic film festival and naked surfing – with pole dancing, a new ‘Laporium’ and paintings by Pricasso.

Visitors can also have their pictures taken with international adult movie star Jesse Jane, of Pirate fame, or Private label’s Tarra White. They can also meet Sasha Grey, who is filming a two hour documentary on Sexpo for G4TV America. Leading Australian adult star, Monica Mayhem, will also be on site.

Couples between the age of 18 and 35 now make up the majority of visitors to Sexpo, the biggest adult lifestyle show on earth – with more than 300,000 visitors and the biggest adult shopping arena in the southern hemisphere this year.

“Sexpo’s success shows most Australians view their sexuality as positive, and sex as fun,” said Rob Godwin. “Come along, have fun, shop till you drop and help raise funds for our nominated charity – The McGrath Foundation.”

Visitors can ‘Bring a Third Mate For Free’ in return for a voluntary donation to the McGrath Foundation on the first day of the show, Thursday October 29.

Standard ticket price is $25, with new VIP passes for $40. Cheaper tickets online or at Club X stores. Visitors must be 18 or older to gain entry. For details check the website: www.sexpo.com.au

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