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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Getting Ready for the Folsom Street Fair: A Dogumentary

Posted By on Thu, Sep 18, 2014 at 10:06 AM

click to enlarge VIMEO/DOGUMENTARY
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While we can't say it carries any real weight as a documentary film (other than being unscripted), this short video titled DOGumentary, filmed via GoPros, does provide an accurate glimpse into what Folsom Street Fair attendees will see.

Clocking in at under five minutes, the semi-safe for work video (while there is no nudity it's not exactly PG) depicts footage of two "dogs" (men in leather dog masks) as they romp through the festival grounds, sniff butts, and hang above the crowd in a cage. Watch it below:

Folsom 2014 DOGumentary Dir by Leo Herrera, Produced by Folsom Street Events from Folsom Street Events on Vimeo.

And if the Folsom Street Fair isn't enough, there's also an assortment of after parties, including the closing party: Deviants: Adult Arcade at Mezzanine (6 p.m.-2 a.m.), co-hosted by Honey Soundsystem and Hard French; tickets are $30.
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