The First Vegas Burn event was held on March 2nd, 2012 and showcased a series of spectacles: all of which were on fire. The main event was the burning of 'Lucky Lady Lucy,' a 20 foot-tall wooden statue that was built to look like a showgirl. The massive dancer burned until the fire became quite large. Along with a massive burning woman, the event showcased other acts such as fire spitters. The event was held in order to issue in a new era of Las Vegas culture.
The First Vegas Burn could be one of many to come. In a few years, the Burning Man craze could potentially switch over and people will go see a flaming stripper instead.
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