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Friday, Oct. 9, 2015 The Pop Erotica Slam Hosted by Dasan Ahanu 11pm - 1am The Fridge, all ages, $10 516 8th Street SE, Rear alley, Washington, DC 20003 Bring your most sensuous, erotic work to the Pop Erotica Poetry Slam. A night of sexy word slinging judged by members of the audience. The winner will receive two VIP Tickets to a Sweet Spot show nearest to their city, and a gift bag courtesy of the Toy Closet, NYC. We will feature two of DC's hottest Burlesque dancers from the Serafemme Burlesque troupe. Want to be one of our illustrious judges, seek our host! Bring a friend, a date or a mate and enjoy a late night fun-filled erotic poetry experience. For more information visit www.iwps.poetryslam.com Bring an open mind, and be ready to have an amazing time! You can buy tickets at the door! To ensure that you get in it's best to buy an all events pass! visit http://iwps.poetryslam.com/tickets-2/ The Individual World Poetry Slam 2015 (iWPS) brings together 96 elite competitive performance poets from all over the world. Poets will engage in a four day tournament (wherein each competition is called a "bout") of courageous fiery poetic word battles to become the Individual World Poetry Slam Champion. For more information visit www.iwps.poetryslam.comTickets Save
Sounds Like: Saul Williams, Pharoahe Monch, KRS-One & Buckshot, Dead Prez R.B.G., NAS
Bio: Dasan Ahanu is a public speaker, organizer, workshop facilitator, poet, spoken word performer, songwriter, writer, emcee, and loyal Hip Hop head. An active part of North Carolina's arts community, Dasan has hosted, coordinated, and promoted cultural arts and Hip Hop events across the state. He al...See Full Bio
“The event continued with VGCC’s fifth annual “Poetry Slam,” moderated by Dr. Tanya Olson, a VGCC English/humanities instructor and poet. She discussed the tradition of “spoken-word” poetry and introduced nationally-known “slam poet” Dasan Ahanu of Raleigh to present samples of his work.”