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Fallout and Rope Bite Richmond present another All Tied Up Event on Saturday, Nov. 3rd, starting at 10pm and going ’til close!

Joining us? RSVP on Fetlife!

About The Event

Note about Daylight Savings Time: This year’s November All Tied Up! Falls on daylight savings time! What this means for you is that we get a whole extra hour to enjoy the libations behind the bar! But, the main tying stations might not be open as late as we are, most will leave around “1st” 2am or a little earlier. But the dancefloor, kitchen and bar will be open!

Come out and meet the local rope community, see all kinds of rope work, and maybe even get tied up yourself! All night long, different areas of the club will be blocked off to let members of the larger Fallout community see and experience different types of rope play.

  • Location: Fallout (117 N. 18th Street, Richmond VA 23223)
  • Date: Saturday, November 3rd, 2018
  • Time: 10pm until close

Rope Arena

The “rope arena” (where the pool tables normally are) will be available all night for experienced tops and bottoms to use for tying of all sorts. It also makes for a nice viewing gallery for those new to rope to see how different people in the community practice rope.

New Experiences Room

The back room will be reserved for those new to rope to get tied, either for the first time, or to experience different types of rope play that is new to them. If you’ve always wanted to try getting tied up, or you’re just looking for a nice chest harness to wear around the club, this is your chance!

As in the past, this provides the opportunity for those who have never been exposed to rope play to learn a little, meet some of the local rope crew, and maybe even have their first rope bondage experience.

And of course, you can also come to just hang out and talk rope with others.

For Non-Members of Fallout

If you’re not already a member of Fallout, you may still attend this event by asking one of your friends who is a member to guest you in for the evening or by sending us a message or contacting Jackie_Fallout.


We take safety seriously. While we hope that the space will be self-policing, group leaders may intervene if deemed appropriate.

We will ask all participants who plan to practice suspension to adhere to the Suspension Guidelines.

We treat “red” as a universal safe word, and we also respect plain language … meaning that “stop” means stop and “no” means no.

If you feel uncomfortable for any reason, please talk to one of the group leaders. You may also contact us anonymously through the contact form on our website.


We welcome all participants and do not discriminate based on experience level, the style of rope, gender, age, sexual orientation, body type, or any other aspect.


For more information, or to send us a message, please visit the RVA Rope profile.

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