For over 10 years, the team at Lokusdor Productions have been active members of Colorado’s creative community focusing on raising money and awareness for LGBTQ and sex-positive initiatives. During this time, they have produced eight large-scale events that have generated over $60,000 in donations to local and national organizations doing important innovative work.
Through unconventional and emotionally arousing events like the Exile Fetish Ball series and musical festivals like CoDE-13 and Flame, they have established themselves as an entertaining part of Colorado’s underground culture.
Their next event is the Exile 7 Fetish Ball on Saturday, August 17 at the Exdo Events Center. During the night, this amazingly versatile space will be transformed into a kinky playground for the confident and curious. There are over 55 performers, artists, DJs, vendors, and live musicians providing a visually striking and provocative show that is educational, entertaining, and fun. With a variety of opportunities for voyeuristic or interactive engagement, live entertainment will include rope bondage, impact play, wax, boot worship, hook and rope suspensions, burlesque, domination, aerial erotica, go-go dancers, performance art, and some unexpected surprises.
Exile pulls from Colorado’s LGBTQ, leather, and kink communities in celebration of pushing limits and turning people on. Some of this year’s performers include Denver Bound, Sol Tribe, Bobby Ackerman, Nadja, Kouger DeVille, Quezta Cuddles, Studio Friction, Lady Sativa, RU Entertaiment, Becca Wrex, Studio 3sixT, Hawke, Domina Elle, DJs Necrotek and Even Flo, Probe 7, Faces Under The Mirror, and a number of other fantastic entertainers. All of these performers volunteer their time and talent to put on an amazing show.
National and local companies like Romantix, Sol Tribe Piercing and Tattoos, VooDoo Leatherworks, Bear Things, OUT FRONT, Industriarts, Oxballs, CORE Group, Thunder in the Mountains, and Climax Colorado provide financial support so bigger donations can be made at the end of the event. Proceeds from Exile 7 will benefit some exceptional organizations, providing well-needed advocacy within our community.
Groups like Woodhull Freedom Foundation, Transgender Center of the Rockies, and ESPLER Project support sexual health and sexual freedom initiatives, while groups like Marquis Lifestyle Center and Rocky Mountain Leather Alliance create educational opportunities within our community. Other remarkable organizations included in this list of beneficiaries are Leather Archives & Museum in Chicago, Denver boys and girls of Leather, Eagle Plaza, Leather Colorado Foundation, and Colorado Leather Fest.
Participants can expect to see a variety of personal expressions that represent the diverse composition of the Colorado community, including leather guys, furry bears, kinky women, goths, punks, gender-neutral, and fluid individuals, gay, straight, pansexual, and a variety of people that defy inclusion in a single group. It is an event that encourages people to have an evening of enjoyment and entertainment together in a safe and affirming environment.
For more information about the Exile Fetish Balls, pictures from past events, and to purchase $10 pre-sale tickets, visit LokusdorProductions.com. Physical tickets are also available at Sol Tribe Tattoo and Piercing in Denver. Bar-legal attire is required, but a clothes check is available for those who may want to wear something more exciting to the party. There are event listings on Facebook and FetLife to provide networking opportunities, ask questions, and to invite your friends. Come get your freak on at the Exile 7 Fetish Ball.