Getting dark and steamy in aid of the National Kidney Foundation

Open now through until October 1st is A Clockwork Spiral, a shopping and music event featuring steampunk, steamgoth, dieselpunk, dieselgoth and dark Victoriana in Second Life to help raise money for the National Kidney Foundation. 2014 marks the fifth year for the event, and the second time it has been run as a multi-day event, thanks largely to the demand of merchants and attendees.

Organised by the folk who run the World Goth Fair (Axi Kurmin, Lokii Violet, Dolce Blackflag, Sonya Marmurek and Cruel Britannia), the event is host to 40 merchants, who have brought with them their interpretations of the theme for the visitors to shop while enjoying the atmosphere of the specially built event locations and enjoying good music and good company.

All of the merchants at the event are offering at least one 100% donation item or two 50% donation items in special A Clockwork Spiral vendors. As always, Club Gothika’s Mobile Unit will be the heart of the music events which will be taking place through the 16 days of A Clockwork Spiral, and you can find the club under the central railway station.

The atmospheric setting for A Clockwork Spiral 2014
The atmospheric setting for A Clockwork Spiral 2014

Further details of the event can be found on the A Clockwork Spiral blog, which includes information on the event sponsors, provides a list of participating merchants, and a map of the event area.

When visiting, do keep in mind that there is a lot going on at the region, and it is likely to have a good number of visitors – so please help keep things running smoothly by attending as lightly scripted as possible, and try to avoid wearing texture-heavy attachments as well.

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