The Most Interesting Show in the World

Dos Equis hosts Park West extravaganza

By Marcus Riley
|  Wednesday, Oct 28, 2009  |  Updated 12:21 PM CDT
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Check out the wild scene at the Museum of Science and Industry when Dos Equis threw a bash dubbed

Check out the wild scene at the Museum of Science and Industry when Dos Equis threw a bash dubbed "The Most Interesting Party in the World."

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Whether you're a Dos Equis drinker or not, the beermaker's legendary hosted parties are events not to be missed.

In early August they threw a huge bash at the Museum of Science and Industry, and now it's time for the follow up -- "The Most Interesting Show in the World," scheduled for Nov. 6 at Park West.

And just like the summer bash that featured simulated skydiving, kung fu demonstrations, live animals and celeb chefs, Dos Equis appears to have spared no expense for their latest extravaganza.

The Park West event promises to be a visual and aural feast with burlesque singer Melody Sweets, contortionist Mei Ling, a human Slinky, The World's Most Dangerous Comic Mark Faje, Butterscotch, also known as The Human Beat-Box, and the crossbow tango duo Mr. and Mrs. G.

Fishbone's Angelo Moore and his big purple saxophone hosts the event.

The parties are organized by "The Most Interesting Academy," an extension of Dos Equis' most interesting man in the world commercials.

Click here for ticket information.

Looks like nobody will be going thirsty at this party my friends.

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