First Annual Chambord Vodka Weekend Kicks Off This Friday

The first annual Chambord Vodka Weekend kicks off this Friday for three days of fine dining and cocktail parties, as well as a few risqué events involving gay go-go clubs and rooftop pool parties.

YouTube breakout stars Jessica & Hunter, notorious for their club kid skits and a fave of Perez Hilton, are the official hosts of the event, but Chambord has put together a comprehensive list of cheeky personalities to entertain you, including Lady Bunny and Pusilla.

Start your weekend off strong at the Angler's boutique resort for a prix-fixe, three-course dinner followed by an evening of martinis at Mova Lounge.

On Saturday, jump into the Cannon Ball Pool Party at the Catalina Hotel for a swinging party with flowing Chambord cocktails, and then make a stop at Score and get your groove on. For those so inclined, the evening will lead to Johnny's Miami, the only gay go-go club in Miami.

As Jessica and Hunter will tell you, you have to detox sometime, and Sunday provides you with the opportunity to do just that during brunch at the Standard Hotel and Spa. Guests will enjoy a prix-fixe, three-course meal and unlimited Chambord cocktails, plus a complimentary mud bath.

After pampering yourself at the Standard, watch Jessica and Hunter perform at the Palace in South Beach during the Chambord Vodka T, while enjoying an hour of free cocktails.

The event will wind down with Out 'n' Ugly at Mova Lounge on Sunday night.

Check out one of Jessica and Hunter's skits:

Chambord Vodka Weekend 2011, Friday, August 5 to 7. Weekend passes are available in advance for $40 and include access to all events excluding Friday dinner and Sunday brunch. Tickets available at brownpapertickets.com.

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