Steam Powered Giraffe’s Michael Reed sold for a song and ready to dance!

Steam Powered Giraffe at Youmacon 2012 in Detroit, Michigan
Steam Powered Giraffe at Youmacon 2012 in Detroit, Michigan
Steam Powered Giraffe at Youmacon 2012 in Detroit, Michigan

Steam Powered Giraffe at Youmacon 2012 in Detroit, Michigan

 

Today, July 5, 2013, Michael Phillip Reed from the hot Steampunk band, Steam Powered Giraffe, was sold for a song at Dante’s Date Auction for this evenings dance at Anime Midwest in the Rosemont Hyatt in Rosemont (Chicago), Illinois.

Michael Phillip Reed after commenting that Dante's Date Auction looked like fun

Steam Powered Giraffe’s Michael Phillip Reed and fellow band members after commenting that Dante’s Date Auction looked like fun

Michael had been sitting in the back of Dante’s Date Auction at Anime Midwest and enjoying the show.  The show was winding down when he commented that it looked like fun.    Soon he was whisked away to the stage and up on the auction block.

Steam Powered Giraffe's Michael Phillip Reed and his buyers at Dante's Date Auction

Steam Powered Giraffe’s Michael Phillip Reed and buyers at Dante’s Date Auction

Two lucky young women pooled their resources and won the bid for $35.  He will be accompanying them to the Fantasy Ball this evening.  Later he will take to the stage with the rest of the band for the Steam Powered Giraffe concert at 9:00 p.m.

The weekend is just starting so if you are in the Chicago area come on down to Anime Midwest and meet the amazing guests including: Steam Powered Giraffe, top stars of Anime voice acting (Todd Haberkorn, Quinton Flynn, Spike Spencer, and many more), Samurai Dan and Jillian, Airship O’Reilly, Fan Service Renji and many more!

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John N. Collins is a writer, photographer, game & coloring book designer and a bad dancer. Any resemblance to the King John character is merely a coincidence. Follow John N. Collins: Google Plus YouTube Facebook Fan Page Facebook Personal Account Instagram Twitter