Want to know what you missed this weekend? As the last few days of summer came to an end, our weekend was packed with music, food, beer, tennis, and a whole lot of naked people. We ventured out of Orange County to go to the first annual Gear Show in Los Angeles that included a fashion show of everything latex and rubber. We also headed over to Detroit Bar to see Cold Cave perform with Abe Vigoda, and had food and drinks from around the world at the Orange International Street Fair. On Saturday, we headed back to LA to go to the Fuck Yeah Fest–where we caught performances by The Rapture, Dead Man's Bones, and more. And on Sunday, we watched the Costa Mesa Wood Racquet Classic with Orange County's finest.
West Coast Rubber and Stockroom.com held the first annual Gear Show September 3 at Syren/Stockroom on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. It was full of kinky/pervy fun, including a house bar, lots of fruits (at the buffet of course), and a fashion show showcasing some of the newest and coolest fashion coming out of Stockroom.com this year, including the brand new pig masks to go with your favorite latex or rubber uniform. See the full slideshow here. See a slideshow that takes you behind the scenes of the event here.
Every Labor Day weekend, Orange hosts an International Street Fair downtown. The event features food and entertainment from around the world. All proceeds go to local non-profits that benefit the community. See the full slideshow here.
On September 3, Cold Cave performed a 40-minute set at Detroit Bar in Costa Mesa. The opening act was Abe Vigoda–whose new album is due later this month. See the full slideshow here.
On September 4, the Fuck Yeah Fest at the Los Angeles State Historic Park was host to an extensive lineup of bands, including Dead Man's Bones, The Rapture, Wavves, and more. See the full slideshow here.
Costa Mesa Wood Racquet Classic–Rob Machado, Kelly Slater, McG and the usual mix of Newport's finest gather for this annual backyard tournament to fight cancer. See the full slideshow here.