Ready, set, death drop! Canada’s Drag Race is coming back with a brand-new cast and tour. With a new show, your favourite queens from season 2, and the Queen of the North, a.k.a. Brooke Lynn Hytes, this multi-city tour is sure to delight fans new and old.
The season 2 finale aired last night, with Icesis Couture taking the crown and Kendall Gender and Pythia finishing the season as runners-up.
Starting in Calgary on January 8, the tour will feature brand new performances from an all-star cast including Pythia, Icesis Couture, Kendall Gender, Eve 6000, Adriana, Beth, Kimora Amour, Gia Metric, Océane Aqua-Black, Stephanie Prince, Suki Doll and Synthia Kiss.
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Presented by Voss Events and in collaboration with World of Wonder and Crave, the tour will hit 10 cities this January. If the stars of the show aren’t enough to convince you to check it out, the choreography might be.
This year’s routines come courtesy of Glee star Ryan Grainger, who also holds the title of ‘Dance Captain’ for RuPaul’s Drag Race LIVE Las Vegas show.
“Prepare to be gagged by the iconic charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent these queens have to offer,” says Brooke Lynn Hytes in a press release.
The full list of Canada’s Drag Race tour dates are as follows:
- January 8, 2022 – Calgary (Winsport Arena)
- January 13, 2022 – Victoria (Save on Foods Memorial Centre)
- January 14, 2022 – Vancouver (Queen Elizabeth Theatre)
- January 16, 2022 – Edmonton (Edmonton EXPO Centre)
- January 20, 2022 – Saskatoon (TCU Place)
- January 21, 2022 – Regina (Conexus Arts Centre)
- January 22, 2022 – Winnipeg (Burton Cummings Theatre)
- January 23, 2022 – Thunder Bay (Thunder Bay Community Auditorium)
- January 26, 2022 – Montreal (L’Olympia)
- January 29, 2022 – Toronto (Meridian Hall)
- January 30, 2022 – Ottawa (Southam Hall)
For all the deets and to snag your tickets, you can click here!