Final cast of popular drag show set to arrive in Hamilton announced

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Published January 12, 2024 at 12:33 pm

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If you love watching song and dance numbers performed by talented queens associated with one of reality TV’s most popular franchises, you might be excited to hear that Canada’s Drag Race will hit Hamilton this year and that the final roster of performers has been announced. 

Last year, Voss Events, which produces RuPaul’s Drag Race “Werq the World” tour, announced that Canada’s Drag Race: The Official 2024 Tour will kick off in 2024. 

Today, Voss announced that five more queens are joining the “herstoric” all-finalist performance lineup, as well as a new slate of dates. The show will feature performances by newly crowned season 4 winner Venus and finalists Aurora Matrix, Denim, Nearah Nuff and season 3’s Miss Fiercalicious.

RuPaul’s Drag Race winner (season 12) and Canada’s Drag Race guest judge Jaida Essence Hall will host and attendees will also be treated to performances by season 3 Queens Gisèle Lullaby, Jada Shada Hudson and Kimmy Couture. 

Tickets can be purchased here

Presented in collaboration with World of Wonder, the tour will commence in Moncton on March 28 and make stops in Ottawa, Hamilton, Kitchener, Toronto, London, Windsor, Winnipeg, Regina, Grande Prairie, Alta., Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver. 

The Hamilton show will take place at the FirstOntario Centre on April 2. 

Canada’s Drag Race: The Official 2024 Tour updated dates:

  • March  28 – Moncton –  Casino New Brunswick
  • March 30 – Ottawa –  The National Arts Centre
  • Apr. 1 – Toronto – Meridian Hall
  • Apr. 2 – Hamilton –  FirstOntario Concert Hall
  • Apr. 3 – London – Budweiser Gardens
  • Apr. 4 – Windsor – Caesars Windsor *19+ 
  • Apr. 5 – Kitchener – Centre In The Square
  • Apr. 8 – Winnipeg – Burton Cummings Theatre
  • Apr. 9 – Regina – Conexus Arts Centre
  • Apr. 11 – Edmonton – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
  • Apr. 12 – Grande Prairie, Alta. – The Bowes
  • Apr. 14 – Calgary, Alta. – Grey Eagle Event Centre
  • Apr. 15 – Vancouver, B.C. – Orpheum Theatre

Most shows are all-ages events, with the exception of the Windsor show, which will be held in a casino and will be 19+. 

Ticket prices vary based on location, from $37 up to $119 (plus applicable fees), with Meet and Greet packages available for an additional cost. 

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