When: 7 p.m.-midnight February 20.
Where: Autobody Fine Art Gallery
Cost: $10-$20 (sliding scale) at the door (cash bar)
What do hot girls, pit bulls, calendars and philanthropy have in common? Find out at “Bullylicious,” a one-night event from 7 p.m. until midnight Saturday, February 20. The benefit for BAD RAP and Pinups for Pitbulls will be held at Autobody Fine Art Gallery in Alameda.
Bullylicious will feature live music by 77 El Deora and Patty Schemel (drummer for Hole), with special guests and live burlesque featuring Little Darling, Bunny Pistol and Barbary Coast Burlesque. There will be a raffle, silent auction, scrumptious food, calendar signing booth and special appearances by Pinups for Pitbulls Calendar models Little Darling, Audiogirl and Ana Poe, as well as BAD RAP spokesdogs Jonny Justice, Muggy, Lola and Honky Tonk. All proceeds will go to BAD RAP and Pinups for Pitbulls,
organizations dedicated to improving the lives of American Pit Bull Terriers.
BAD RAP, founded in 1999, has gained acclaim for its work in evaluating and rescuing the dogs seized from Michael Vick’s property, where a dog-fighting operation was shut down. BAD RAP’S goal is to secure the future of the American Pit Bull Terrier as a cherished family companion.
Pinups for Pitbulls produces an annual pinup-themed calendar to raise awareness about breed bans and breed-specific abuse, and to raise money for bully-breed rescue groups throughout the country.
Event coordinators Donyale Hoye and Ana Poe encourage attendees to dress “like you want to party.”