RuPaul's New Drag Race Tour Is Coming To Canada This Year
RuPaul's "Werq The World" Tour is coming to cities across Canada this fall.
You better get ready to werq. RuPaul announced his new "Werq The World" Tour is coming to cities across Canada this fall. The tour will have all your favourites and trust us when we say that you will not want to miss out. As always, we are here to give you all the information you need to know to make sure are you don’t miss out on this extravaganza.
This tour will be bringing you all your fan favourites to a Canadian city near you this fall. Seven Canada shows have been announced so that means you are seven opportunities to see your queens up close and personal.
The RuPaul’s Drag Race Werq the World Tour is going global. This worldwide tour is doing over 80 shows in Europe, Asia, North America, and Australia and New Zealand.
The tour is already underway and has completed eight shows in Asia and Australia and New Zealand. Next up, the queens will be taking over Europe starting off with Madrid on April 1, 2019.
After they are done making their way through Europe, they will be headed to North America where they will be making seven stops in Canada. These Canadian stops will include Victoria, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Saskatoon, Edmonton, and Calgary.
The show will be hosted by the iconic Michelle Visage. According to the official website, she will be taking the audience on a “journey to save the galaxy in the largest drag production every produced” and we are so ready for it.
Featuring all your favourite queens, it’s bound to be a good show. Valentina, Kim Chi, Naomi Smalls, Aquaria, and Detox are only a few of the names on the poster! Altogether, 11 queens will be “werqing” the world stage alongside Visage.
A complete list of Canadian showtimes is as follows:
- Vancouver September 23, 2019
- Victoria September 27th, 2019
- Calgary September 30th, 2019
- Edmonton October 1st, 2019
- Saskatoon October 2nd, 2019
- Toronto October 17th, 2019
- Montreal October 20th, 2019
Tickets for the Canadian shows have not gone on sale yet. So be sure to check the Werq the World website for more information.