This May 14-16 at Adelaide Showgrounds, the long wait is finally over. The All New Sexpo, the world’s largest adult lifestyle show, is back and celebrating its return with its biggest show in South Australia’s history! Don’t miss out because Sexpo won’t return again until 2013.
The theme for Sexpo 2010 is ‘Australia’s Finest’, with Australian-born movie stars, Aussie male routines such as the BadBoys, Queensland’s ‘body artist’ Pricasso, Miss Suzie Q – the Penthouse Pet – and Miss Nude Australia, now turned highly successful business woman with her pole dancing fitness classes, as well as the scintillating Sexpo Showgirls. All this and more, set in the amazing new location of the Goyder Pavilion – Sexpo is going blow your mind!
“We are very proud to have an all new line-up of home grown talent. We have more Australian stars this year than in our show’s history – these are by far the best acts this country has to offer,” says Sexpo general manager Rob Godwin.
Guests will be entertained by joint MC’s Hey Hey It’s Saturday comedian Russell Gilbert and hypnotist Mark Anthony, as well as the ever-so-popular performances, including the above mentioned acts plus the famous amateur stripteases, lingerie shows, pole dancing competitions and, new to 2010, Top Shelf Entertainment – the hottest male act from WA.
In today’s time-poor and stress-laden era, when stories and research about relationships suffering due to a lack of intimacy and time spent on one’s partner abound, Sexpo is more relevant and important than ever.
“We have a lot of couples coming to the show who are seeking an injection of excitement and passion into their lives again,” said Rob Godwin. “At Sexpo we will inspire you
through premier entertainment and great products. We also have tips from the experts on getting the most out of your adult life for couples and singles. There’s something for everyone at Sexpo”.
“We are open to all genres and sexual orientations – people can come down and get up close and personal or simply come in and observe and learn from what they experience,” Mr Godwin said.
Sexpo also supports the McGrath Foundation and raised over $27000 last year.
Visit www.sexpo.com.au for more information.