Sun, Oct 31 at 8pm - Mon, Nov 1 at 1am
Seattle's Newest and Sexiest Halloween Party
Welcome augmented humans, androids, and other cyberpunksters to Cyberotica, Seattle's newest sexy Halloween party! Cyberotica debuts October 31st this year, just after Seattle Erotic Art Festival. The Exhibition Hall will explode with a huge dance party, DJs, Go-Go dancers, kinky performances, a curated art showcase and the sexiest Halloween costumes on, or off, the planet.
Aaaahz! will transform into an incredible new interactive area just for Cyberotica called Cyberkink 2021. If you've played Cyberpunk 2077, then you know what we are going for. We'll have a full infinity mirror room, an android builder, a silhouette booth, electric specialists, UV body painting and a wide variety of interactive performers that will stimulate your neurons. Let our VIP Androids amuse you or sample the wares of our Aphrodesiac Server (augmented humans only). More awaits your eager cyberkinky minds.
Please join the Pan Eros Foundation and the Seattle Erotic Art Festival at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall on October 31st. And remember, Cyberotica is a fundraiser for the 2022 Seattle Erotic Art Festival. By attending Cyberotica, you make SEAF go!
SEAF & COVID-19 Info
Starting October 25, King County will require that attendees at indoor entertainment establishments, including festivals like SEAF, will require attendees to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test. This policy is similar to efforts recently enacted in Jefferson and Clallam Counties, and aims to prevent cases and hospitalizations from rising and causing additional state restrictions such as business or large event capacity. Learn more at King County Public Health.
- Documentation of being fully vaccinated. Bring your vaccine card, a legible photo of your vaccine card, or a printed certificate or QR code from MyIRMobile.com.
- A negative result on a PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to attendance. You may need new test results if you attend SEAF multiple days.
Due to the CDC guidelines for the Exhibition Hall, attendance is capped at 1111 people. This means that we will be at 60% of our normal capacity during the Festival. We will be closely monitoring the number of people in the venue throughout each evening. If you wait to purchase your ticket at the door, you may have to wait to enter the building.
We ask that all attendees self-evaluate prior to coming to the show in order to protect others at the event. If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or have been in close contact with someone who has had COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to the event, please do not enter the Festival.
If you have any questions about how we are implementing this new King County Public Health Policy, you can read more on our "SEAF & Covid Info" page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.