The 2015 POLEder Boulder has been cancelled due to fucked up weather.
Seriously, it’s raining all the time and you can’t pole in that shit.
The POLEder Boulder started last year when on a lark, I talked some friends into setting up an X-Stage at my friend Amy’s house. Four of us kicked ass on the pole for three solid hours.
This I am setting up an X-Stage and I’m opening up the event to ALL Front Range pole dancers and studios. This is community building event and my intention is bring pole dancers together, build good-will, and raise awareness of Pole Dance as an up-and-coming fitness activity and art form that IS FOR EVERY BODY.
Oh, and I want to have a bitchin’ good time!
This is a CO-ED event and will run from 7:30am to 11:00am on Monday, May 26, 2014.
Please join me and feel free to bring fliers and promote your studio and pole events.
This is a family-friendly event. I LOVE dancing dirty but this isn’t the place to do it. Take a look at my guidelines on attire and etiquette, I’m not trying to be a control freak, but I also don’t want to create a colossal headache for myself. I appreciate your compliance.
Please RSVP on my Facebook Invitation Page or here in the comment section. If you send me a photo and a bio, I’ll create a performer page for you!
I have been slow in getting these pictures up on the website. Sorry!
The 2014 POLEder Boulder was a ringing success. I’m going to let the pictures speak for themselves.
My favorite part about pole dancing at the Bolder Boulder is the opportunity to meet new dancers that I’ve likely only cyberstalked on Instagram, and to reconnect with friends I haven’t seen in a while.
Since Nitro owns, the house, he gets to pole all he wants.
The kids had a blast (literally) hosing down runners. One woman tsked that “there are children present” and I was all, “I know! Mine are right over there!”
We had a great “citizen’s” showing
And now for the ladies (and gents)
I have some video from the day. Lindsay shot this and put it on Youtube for me, otherwise I would have added it to the video I made. I don’t think I really deserve my own video.
And here are some highlights from the POLEder Boulder.
Thank you so much to the wonderful and talented ladies and gentlemen who showed up for my event.
Each year, right around 6am when it is cold and I’m setting up the stage by myself and putting out breakfast, I ask myself why I bother. Then you all show up and we have such a wonderful time. Thanks for being such great sports!
I’d like to acknowledge Vertical Fusion and Boulder Spirals for nourishing such a wonderful community of talented dancers. Bringing pole into any community is a daily struggle against prejudice and misconceptions. I appreciate your efforts more than you will ever know.
I wrote a Blog Post about the POLEder Boulder on my vivblogs.com website. Check it out to see all the pictures and videos!