We know it’s only October, Halloween is so close, we can practically hear the trick or treaters. However after the trick or treaters, pumpkins and sweets are cleared, fans are in for a new treat in the form of the Christmas Queens tour. The tour starts November 29th in Birmingham continuing the fun across the UK, Dublin, Amsterdam and wrapping up the show December 22nd in Helsinki, Finland.
The Christmas Queens 4 album will be released early November and will feature original music along with Christmas classics sung by RuPaul Drag Race favourites.
Christmas Queens will star a brand new line up of Rupauls Drag Race alumn including Asia O’Hara, Blair St. Clair, Eureka O’Hara, Kameron Michaels, Manila Luzon, and Sharon Needles. This Christmas tour is set to sparkle, shimmer and spread love to fans across Europe. Asia sums up the upcoming tour as ” This Christmas show is the perfect way to cap off a most magical year, I’m excited to spread the cheers and queers throughout Europe this season.”
The show which is set to be a hilarious, comedy-musical hosted by Bob the Drag Queen, is being produced by Voss Events and Producer Entertainment Group (PEG). Producer for the show Brandon Voss adds “We’re preparing over the top production numbers that put a unique spin on many of the world’s favourite holiday carols from ‘Let It Snow’ to ‘We three Queens.’ Fans of Rupauls Drag Race will not want to miss out on this!”
Season 10 runner-up Kameron Michaels agrees adding “I’m feeling jolly all over just thinking about it, You won’t find this unique combination of talent, production and fierce holiday fashion with any other Christmas show out there.”
Tickets for the CHRISTMAS QUEENS WORLD TOUR are available at www.ChristmasQueens.net. Note: talent lineup will vary by city and is subject to change. Check the website for more information.
Voss Events is a leading production company that consistently delivers superior entertainment programming. Past events have included stars such as Lady Gaga and Cher.
2018 TOUR DATES
Nov 29: Birmingham, UK – Symphony Hall Nov 30: Sunderland, UK – Sunderland Empire Dec 1: Glasgow, UK – SEC Armadillo Dec 2: Liverpool, UK – Liverpool Empire Dec 3: Brighton, UK – Brighton Dome Dec 6: Belfast, UK – Waterfront Hall Dec 8: London, UK – Troxy Dec 9: Manchester, UK – O2 Apollo
Dec 10: Dublin, Ireland – Bord Gáis Theatre Dec 11: Bristol, UK – O2 Academy Bristol Dec 13: Amsterdam – Theater Amsterdam Dec 16: Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega Dec 18: Oslo, Norway – Folketeateret Dec 19: Stockholm, Sweden – Gota Lejon Dec 21: Helsinki, Finland – Finlandia Hall Dec 22: Helsinki, Finland – Finlandia Hall