Once again tattoo artists from all over the country descended upon the Sturbridge Host Hotel for the annual MA Tattoo & Art Festival. Whether you wanted to get a body piercing, a tattoo, or just take in the sights-this event was nothing less than a sensory overload; from the music, to the artwork, to the entertainment-in my opinion, was more than worth the cost of admission.
A wide array of vendors had their booths set up with merchandise that was just as diverse and eclectic as the tattoos that were being given; original artwork which entailed anything from a framed picture, to stencil drawings, to figurines that were made up entirely of tattoo instrument devices. There was something for everyone. 
If you were not fixated with the dozen or so hand painted devil masks, or the seemingly innocent appearing (until closer inspection) wall of onesies , you most certainly would have been fixated after being drawn to the entertainment. Which brings me to, (in my opinion)-the highlight of the event. The “Lucky Dare Devil ThrillShow”. 
The beautiful and mesmerizing “Dominatrix of Danger” Thrill Kill Jill, and the very charismatic ringmaster Tyler Frye, had the undivided attention of the crowd from the beginning until the very end of their stage show. To say that they had captivated the audience,(myself included)-would be an understatement. 
This show is definitely something that would need to be experienced firsthand, no words could do it justice-however, I will give you a glimpse into the gut-wrenching, heart-stopping world that is the “Lucky Daredevil ThrillShow”: sword swallowing, knife throwing, chainsaws, contortions, snake charming, audience participation in the assistance of a stunt, etc.- all intermingled with clever and comedic  intros.                
I highly recommend  attending any event which has the “Lucky Daredevil Thrillshow”as the entertainment. Without a doubt, I give this event a 5 spark plug rating!
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