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Saturday To-Do: Jenna Jameson's 39th Birthday Bash

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Jenna Jamesons 39th Birthday Bash is Saturday at Juanitas pic
  • Jenna Jameson's 39th Birthday Bash is Saturday at Juanita's.

JENNA JAMESON'S 39TH BIRTHDAY BASH
9 p.m. Juanita's. $20-$50.

Huh. This event is called Jenna Jameson's 39th Birthday Bash, but according to the ol' Wikipedia, her actual birthday is technically April 9. Maybe she's just extending the birthday fun into one long, never-ending celebration.

Anyways, Jenna Jameson is a famous actress who has starred in lots and lots and lots of movies with other actors and actresses and apparently she also likes to dance around in front of people. She's also wealthy, or anyway that's what she implied when she endorsed Mitt Romney when he was running for President of the U.S.A. "I'm very looking forward to a Republican being back in office," she told a reporter from CBS San Francisco, apparently while she was drinking champagne in a club there. "When you're rich, you want a Republican in office."

Don't mind Jenna y'all, she's just truthin'.

In addition to watching Jenna celebrate her 39th birthday, you can also catch some bands and comedians performing as well, including The Revolutioners, Angry Patrick, Roger Scott, Pool Boy, Bright, Paul Prater Sideshow, Electroniq and Linwood Polk. If you opt for the $50 VIP ticket, you get reserved seating, a private meet-and-greet with Jenna, a photo and autograph.

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