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33 Star Starred
King King Hollywood
6555 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028
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5 events
4 reviews
13 stars
I noticed $5 parking on Wilcox not quite a block East from KingKing. Street parking may be possible for the patient or lucky, but probably unlikely.
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Christina Kaoh
11 events
8 reviews
0 stars
No food, just drinks for purchase. But the bartender informed us you could bring food in!!
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"Pink Masquerade"
4 ratings
3.8 average rating
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261 events
194 reviews
145 stars
attended Aug 31 2010

It was o.k. - too small of an area to host so many people. The evening was fun but all of the sound-system volumes were way too high! We had to stuff bartender paper cocktail napkins in our ears.There is no reason to have the volume on all of...continued

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23 events
14 reviews
107 stars
attended Aug 31 2010

I thought the event was fun. However, it wasn't what I expected. I thought there would be lots of fun activities and performances, as well as a fast-paced, lively show, but that wasn't the case. The band was great though!! I would love to see them...continued

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The spirit of New Orleans haunts Hollywood on a night where your identity is lost in a crowd, shielded by a mask, cloaked in mystery.  The evening will include the sweet sounds of soul, blues, swing and big band. You’ll be transported to a Mardi Gras street parade compliments of The Hollywood Hound Dogs. There will be aerialists, contortionists, burlesque, tarot card readers, dancers, and many more unique performances to create wonder and excitement. Also, try your luck with the  raffle, silent auction or VIP door prize.

8 – 9:30pm Complimentary specialty cocktails for all party goers.

This benefit is in honor of Kim Roberts who was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer, made a full recovery and then discovered she had cancer in her bone marrow. Proceeds will be benefit the Carol M. Baldwin Cancer Research Fund.