The LGBT Circle of the City Club Los Angeles presents the first ever Penthouse Cabaret starring Sabrina La Blanc’s Avenue of the Stars. This mesmerizing evening of entertainment features Krayola Cassadine, Gigi Masters, Carlotta Couture, Miss Continental Elite 2017 Fontasia L’Amour and LA’s Premiere Drag Host Sabrina La Blanc.
The event happens on Friday, October 13th 2017 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm. It will be a dazzling night of soulful divas and tantalizing illusions. Click here for a fabulous sneak peek https://vimeo.com/237473676
Sabrina has appeared on Showtime’s “Queer As Folks” and Logo TV’s “Noah’s Ark,” and for many years she performed at the historic Catch One night club. Sabrina’s capable crew of song stylists and fashionistas will croon and belt out chart topping favorites by Beyonce’, Tina Turner, Patti LaBelle and more.
The City Club is a sophisticated club that celebrates diversity and was the first private club to allow memberships to of the LGBT community, minorities, and women.
General admission and VIP accommodations are available. Call or (213)633-8706. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/penthouse-cabaret-tickets-36212881704?ref=ebtn
City Club Los Angeles is at 555 South Flower Street, Floor 51 Los Angeles, CA 90017
Dress code strictly enforced: NO hats, t-shirts, shorts, athletic wear/shoes, flip flops/sandals.
City Club Contact: Sandy Lee (213)633-8706
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Location and Parking details: Although the NEW City Club LA occupies the penthouse of the City National Tower at 555 S. Flower Street, please GPS to 515 S. Flower Street for the parking entrance. The fee is $8 for validated parking.
HERITAGE: Founded in 1989, City Club Los Angeles is the first private club in downtown Los Angeles with an emphasis on inclusiveness with its membership. Founding Chairman Walter Beran, along with many of the top leaders of Los Angeles, felt the need to have a Club that represented Los Angeles today. The membership roster encompasses a variety of industries including attorneys, finance, professional, and entrepreneurial fields, and the diversity of the membership is endless. It is the common bond of membership that allows camaraderie between members and, as our former Board of Governors Chairman Harry Hufford once said, the club’s reputation as “the friendliest club in town.”