Aerial Dragons to perform adults-only show at Armature Works next month

Two nights, three shows.

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It’s time to get high at Armature Works.

On March 5-6, the Tampa Heights food hall is bringing locally-based sexy, cirque-style performers Aerial Dragons to perform its “Figment: A Lucid Dream” show, which promises “a glamorous evening full of aerial arts, dance, and imagination.”

“This has been a tough year for the entertainment industry and to be able to provide the public with a safe, outdoor experience is a win for all involved,” Kaley Eckersdorff, Founder and CEO of Aerial Dragons, said in a press release.

Besides being an outside event, other Covid-19 precautions are a mask requirement when not sitting, socially-distanced tables, and sanitizing stations. All event staff and performers will be in masks as well.

Tickets start at $80 and are for seats at a table of four, so couple up or get some friends to join. If you don’t have friends, it’s OK, you’ll be sat with some new ones. And sorry kiddos, you have to be over 18 to attend.

Ticketholders can also get a three-course meal and speciality cocktail add-on for $150 each from Steelbach to be enjoyed before or after the show.

The shows are Friday, March 5 at 7:30 p.m., and Saturday, March 6 at 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

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