Let your freak flag fly: Bid on a chance to see your favorite oldie choreographed by Frequent Flyers

Come April, Boulder's renowned Frequent Flyers Productions aerial dance troupe will stage The Fabulous Freaky Flyers and their Flying Machines, an up-in-the-air homage to the '60s, at the Lakewood Cultural Center. But while you're waiting, rabid baby boomers and retro-fanatics, the company is offering die-hards an opportunity to bid for the chance to see their favorite song of the era choreographed as part of that spring performance. Bidding on eBay starts at $500, and, um, the sky's the limit.

So what's it going to be? "Baby Love?" "You Really got Me?" "Respect?" "Day Tripper?" "Are You Experienced?" Dig deep into your memories -- and your pockets; the winner will also receive four VIP tickets to the program and a pre-show acknowledgment. Bidding ends at 5 p.m. January 17.

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