FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:ATTENTION NEW YORK AREA MARILYN MANSON FANS! We are offering you a unique opportunity to hang out with MANSON at a party he is hosting which will be televised by Much Music. The party is taking place in New York City on Thursday, October 24, 2002 and you would need to be free from 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. There is a vaudeville / burlesque / cabaret dress code for the party and a signed MARILYN MANSON watercolor fine art limited edition with be given to the best-dressed fan. So throw on your best suit, top hat, or corset and come spend the evening with Manson. If you are interested in being a part of this intimate television party, just email us with: "Marilyn Manson", your full name, number of tickets needed (a pair maximum per request), and phone number to: [email protected] in both the subject line and body of your email. Example: "Marilyn Manson", Adam West, 2 (212) 555-1212 We will email you with all the relevant details if there is space available. VAUDEVILLE / BURLESQUE / CABARET / FETISH DRESS IS REQUIRED. YOU MUST BE 21 YEARS OR OLDER TO BE IN THE AUDIENCE AND CAPACITY IS VERY LIMITED. E-mail us ASAP if you want to hang with Marilyn Manson in NYC on Much Music.
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