DRIP to Close International Drive Location Jan 27, 2018

After 5 years, performance art company, DRIP, will be closing it's Orlando location on International Drive at the end of January, 2018.

After 5 years, performance art company, DRIP, will be closing it’s Orlando location on International Drive at the end of January 2018.

I first reviewed DRIP shortly after they opened in 2013, and I enjoyed the adult-themed interactive show featuring artistic dancing and lots of paint.

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DRIP Announces Special Gay Days Orlando Events May 28 – June 1

DRIP is partnering with the annual Gay Days Orlando to put on several official events for those attending, from May 28 through June 1, 2013.

DRIP OrlandoEvery night will feature a different event:

  • Tuesday, May 28: Official Gay Days Kick-Off After Party “Underground Masquerade” 9pm-2am featuring make your own mask station, colored beer & wine, dance floor, performance art, contests and DRIP ticket giveaways.
  • Wednesday, May 29: DRIP shows for men (all male cast) at 8:30pm & 11:30pm
  • Thursday, May 30: DRIP shows for the ladies (all female cast) at 9pm, plus Girls at Gay Days Kick-Off Party “One Hot Mess” from 10pm-2am featuring DJ Lez Spin, the debut of Powder (a new DRIP piece), live body painting, rain dancers, t-shirt cuttings, colored beer & wine and more.
  • Friday, May 31: DRIP shows for men at 8:30pm & 11:30pm
  • Saturday, June 1: DRIP shows for women at 8:30pm & 11:30pm

DRIP will also be hosting a Gay Days Visual Art Show and sale all week, featuring works with the themes of love, gay rights, the human figure, etc. Works will be on display at all DRIP events.

DRIP show tickets during Gay Days are $35; show and t-shirt packages are $43. Tickets for “Underground Masquerade” cost $8 online, $12 at the door. Admission to “One Hot Mess” is free.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit ILoveDrip.com. DRIP is for those 21 and over, and it is strongly suggested to wear clothes that you don’t mind getting dirt or paint on.

DRIP is located at 8747 International Drive, behind Denny’s and Señor Frogs.

DRIP Orlando Offers 2013 Valentine’s Day Experience Package February 13-16

Looking for an unusual way to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year? Then you might want to consider the special package being offered by the show DRIP.

drip-valentinesdayTheir Valentine’s Day Experience package offers:

  • A gourmet four-course dinner where each course comes in one of the four colors used during the DRIP show – orange, blue, yellow, and red. Food will be provided by DRIP’s catering partner, Cool Events, and vegan options are available.
  • Admission to the DRIP show
  • A post-show dessert party with live acoustic music
  • A white DRIP t-shirt for you to wear during the show, so you have a paint-splattered souvenir to take home
  • A make-your-own Valentine Station

Tickets prices for this package are:

  • Wednesday, February 13: $65 per person
  • Thursday, February 14: $90 per person
  • Friday, February 15: $80 per person
  • Saturday, February 16: $80 per person

It’s recommended you reserve ASAP, since this package is limited to only 100 people per night. Regular shows have also been selling out on the weekends, as well, so get your tickets while they’re still available.

I had a chance to review DRIP earlier this month, and I loved it. It is really one of the most fun adult shows in Orlando. That’s right, no kids allowed, since everyone needs to be 21 and over to play…er…attend.

DRIP is located at 8747 International Dr, on the backside of the building that houses Denny’s and Senor Frogs.

For more information, or to purchase your tickets, visit ILoveDRIP.com.

New to I-Drive: DRIP Offers Fun Interactive Artistic Dance Show

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There’s a new show on I-Drive called DRIP, but that name doesn’t even begin to cover the liquid mayhem that awaits inside.

Set in a warehouse-style setting in the back of the building that houses Denny’s and Senor Frogs, the show is more freeform than other artistic theater-style productions in Orlando, like Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba and Blue Man Group. Though it does bear a passing resemblance to BMG in that it is loud, creative, and messy.

DRIP starts out of the blue, with dancing in the bar area. It’s here that you first start to get wet, as drinks are flung from pitchers with abandon.

The crowd is then ushered into a second room with no seats. Where you got your hand stamped at the entrance determines where you stand in the room.

Then the show really starts.

Dancers inside a plastic screen cage use movements and different mediums, such as paint, water, and sand, to tell a story of love found, then lost. It’s all set to music played by a live band.

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But soon after starting, the plastic walls are removed and the entire room – and the guests in it – become part of the show.

Yes, that means you will end up wet with water or paint or both, along with a healthy dose of sand in and on your clothing.

That’s ok, though, because that’s what makes this show so fun and exciting.

My friend Patti and I went Saturday night (Jan 5) and it was a sold out show. We both had a lot of fun, though I was more paint adventurous.

Neither of us drank anything, but they do offer up unlimited beer and wine for $8.

Don’t bother bringing the kids – this show is 21 and over only. You are asked to sign a waiver when you enter to signify that you understand you will get wet and messy at this show. There is also liberal use of strobe lights, if that bothers you.

DRIP plays Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, at 8pm. I recommend showing up 15-20 minutes early. Tickets are $35 at the door, but buy them online at ILoveDRIP.com, and you can get them for $29 (a $6 savings!).

It’s located at 8747 International Drive. Go directly behind the Denny’s (like if it were a backdoor entrance). You’ll see the DRIP banner hanging. There is free parking (first come); after that, there is $5 parking or complimentary valet at Senor Frogs, next door.

If you really want to enjoy the show, dress down, in clothing you don’t mind getting stuff on. I would even recommend wearing a white shirt – or buy one there for $8. Then, after the show, and all the paint, you have a souvenir to take home. Wear comfortable old shoes, as you’ll be standing the whole show and you will get them dirty. I’d also suggest bringing towels for your car seats, if you feel like getting exceptionally messy.

And bring friends. DRIP is way more fun with friends.

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The Bar Pre-Show

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