We'll Fill Up Your Senses


What's Sensory Overload? According to Wikipedia, it's what happens when the senses are "bombarded by stimuli." This Saturday night at Ybor's historic Cuban Club, the Planet is throwing a huge multi-disciplinary art party that will bombard all five — or actually six — of your senses. There'll be: music from Soulfound, Tribal Style, Trans-Mission, Summerbirds in the Cellar and The Same, and a stellar lineup of local DJs; performances by the inspired crazies of Jobsite Theater, the prime movers of Moving Current Dance Collective, and shining new talents from USF and Blake High School of the Performing Arts; video and installation art by Wendy Babcox, The Artillery and Experimental Skeleton; fashion from the International Academy of Art & Design and silk-screening by Blank Cartel. Tattoo artists, aromatherapists, fortune-telling, break-dancing, even a chance to commune with the Lotus (the car, not the flower) — all this plus food and drink from some of the area's tastiest purveyors. A portion of SO proceeds go to arts magnet high schools Blake and PCCA, the Booty Art Expo 2007 and to the Cuban Club itself. Come and get overloaded! Sat., Mar. 4, 7 p.m.-midnight, 2010 Avenue Republica de Cuba, Ybor City, $15 advance/$20 at the door, www.weeklyplanet.com.

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