August 07, 2013 09:32am
Lair: Bigger Better Kinkier
Source: AVN Media Network
by: Company Press Release
(CHATSWORTH, CA) -- At the 2013 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo, fetish fanatics made themselves at home in the Lair, a playground for BDSM devotees and kinksters of all flavors. Drawing both the curious and the committed the upper level of the Joint, this corner of the AVN show offered demonstrations and training on ropes, flogging, suspension, and other forms of play that go beyond vanilla into other shades of grey.
Mistress C., the creative dynamo behind the Lair, is returning in 2014 to put on an even bigger and better "dungeon experience." Once again the Lair will take up residence in the Joint during the Fan Fest, which runs January 16-18. All ticket and badge holders will have access to the area.
With an emphasis on education and interactive experiences, the Lair will bring to life the many aspects of the fetish and BDSM communities, with help from the biggest names and companies in the world. The Lair will also allow companies to sell their BDSM-specific accessories, toys and novelties.
What's new for 2014? There will be more real estate, more participants, and more to see and do, with activity taking place over the entire second floor and additional specialty spaces, including a Medical Room and Spanking Room. Mistress C. Is excited about the challenge, saying that she has even more time to put together this year's event. Last year's Lair exceeded her expectations, given the limited window she had to pull everything together. "It came off beautifully," she says.
The themed areas will provide "different rooms and different areas for people to expand their experience." The Spanking Room will let viewers see longer scenes than the shorter demonstrations on the main floor of the Lair. And the Medical Room "Will be really kinky," Mistress C. promises.
But entertainment is just one of Mistress C.'s objectives with the Lair. "My goal is to create an emotional attachment," she explains. "The Lair is about embracing many people's alternative sexual experiences. This is just a beautiful way to share who we are as kinksters, members of the lifestyle and BDSM practitioners in a safe public format where people will be comfortable playing with experienced people. It makes my heart feel good to know that people are getting it and enjoying it. It's an experience I'm glad to be part of."
"One of the key parts of keeping AVN's January shows fresh every year is to add new things and draw in new faces (and, of course, bodies)," says AVN Media Network Coo Janet Gibson. "Last year the interest in E. L. James' Fifty Shades of Grey was at its peak, and that drew in the curious. And with the movie set to come out in 2014, we're expecting that interest in bondage and edgier forms of erotica will continue to grow."
To find out more from Mistress C. about participating in the Lair as a performer, vendors or exhibitor, email lair@AVN.com.
Admission to the Lair is included in all levels of tickets for AEE. The following are the options for purchase:
For Trade attendees, badges are now on sale at early bird pricing and may be purchased here. Please note that the more expensive badge includes all the official parties!
Expo Plus Badge: $100 Includes: - All AEE & ANE exhibits - Seminars - Keynote Presentation
All Access Pass: $185 Includes: - All AEE & ANE exhibits - Seminars - Keynote Presentation - All official parties
Fan Tickets starting at $55 are also available for purchase here. There are several options available, running from single general admission tickets up to the Extreme VIP Tickets and the Ultimate Tour Pass. (The last two options require the purchaser to be 21 years of age or older.)
Rooms at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas can also be booked now. Attendees can acquire rooms for the following rates by reserving them at https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do?mode=welcome_ei_new&eventID=10610446.
-Weekday Rates (Sunday-Thursday) from $89/night
- Weekend Rates (Friday-Saturday) from $199/night
For more information, visit AVNshow.com
Press Contact: Brian Gross aeepress@AVN.com