This weekend sees the return of Sexpo to the Perth Exhibition Centre, for three days of adult fun and education.
“Australia’s premier consumer event for the adult industry; SEXPO Health, Sexuality & Lifestyle Expo, will take over the Perth Exhibition and Convention Centre from Friday 5 to Sunday 7 May, in large-scale feast for the eyes, mind, imagination and soul, expected to attract 30,000 West Australians.
For three days and nights, SEXPO will transform 10,000 sqm of Perth’s riverside Convention Centre into a lavish adult playground offering three days of fun, diversity, pleasure and surprise for open-minded and wide-eyed adults.
An event that only hits the city every two years, SEXPO promises to satisfy with a massive program of international adult guest stars and celebrities, offer hourly live stage shows, travelling exhibitions, health seminars and demonstrations, amusements, competitions, carnival rides, a range of special interest lounge bars, VIP bar, retail showcases, backstage experiences and one-on-one exclusive opportunities.
SEXPO is not just about sex; it’s about celebrating all lifestyles and sexualities in a friendly and relaxed space, learning and exploring curiosities in a friendly and safe environment. Originally created as a means to bring adult products and services out of the dark alleys and into mainstream view, the SEXPO of today stays true to this original mission. Primarily an event that targets the 18-35 year old female market, SEXPO has evolved to include broad aspects of Health, Sexuality and Lifestyle.
Conceived in 1995, the first ever SEXPO was held in Melbourne in 1996 and attracted some 5500 people. Since then, SEXPO has gone on to be held over 73 times nationally, and welcomed over 3,000,000 visitors. Recently, SEXPO has franchised to South Africa, and London, with plans for further expansion in 2017.
Perth’s first taste of SEXPO was at The Claremont Showgrounds in 1999 and comes to Perth for the tenth instalment in 2017. The last SEXPO in 2015 attracted approximately 25,000-28,000 people across the three-day event.”