Kiki DeVille (UK)
Octavia Reign (Melbourne)
Valerie Va Va Valentine (Melbourne)
Red Lumiere (Melbourne)
Vincent Prize (Melbourne)
Azcadelia Le Rouge (Melbourne)
Alvira Snow (Melbourne)
Red Velvet (Melbourne)
Stella Del Lure (Melbourne)
Coco Fatale (Perth)
Cherry Charleston (Melbourne)
Ronnie Rum Punch (Perth)
The Australian Burlesque Festival – New Follies!
Presented by Dolores Daiquiri (burlesque icon)
Celebrating 11 years!
New Follies Burlesque is the ‘Emerging Burlesque Performers Contest’ event of ‘The Australian Burlesque Festival’.
A showcase of emerging artists, the contest will feature burlesque performers from every genre that have less than two years burlesque experience and will be judged by a panel of industry professionals.
The winner will be invited to perform at one of the festival shows alongside the illustrious headliners, among other fabulous prizes for them and the runners up!
New Follies Burlesque is designed to encourage and promote our emerging artists and give our audiences a glimpse into the future of the next generation of burlesque performers.
For more information on performers, merchandise, workshops and more head to the website: www.australianburlesquefest.com
Venue Information & Facilities
Venue: Max Watts
Address: 125 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Phone: (03) 9654 0992
Show 1: 700pm to 830pm
Show 2: 900pm to 1030pm
Show 1 & 2: 700pm to 1030pm
*Subject to change
Off-street parking. City has plenty of paid parking spaces around the area.
Disability access & restrooms on-site.
City eateries and restaurants.
Cabaret tables & theatre style seating.
Dress code: Evening attire or smart casual
18+ event. Adult content. May contain partial nudity.
*ABF will comply with current and future Covid 19 guidelines*
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable for any reason including but not limited to:
• change of mind
• missing part or all of an Australian Burlesque Festival event due to late arrival
• unable to attend due to medical/personal reasons*
*Refunds will only be considered due to extenuating circumstances related to Covid-19 – specifically where the Australian Federal and/or State Government authorities mandate an official change/upgrade in regulations and restrictions regarding social distancing and/or large event and large group gatherings.