Europe has been reached by a wave of stunning, glamourish, extraordinary performative event from April 1st and it will keep moving among the European metropolis till 19th May. If you’re wondering what is it, well, there is just one answer: the dream team of Ru Paul’s Drag Race is coming to town with the WERQ the World Tour!

Produced by Voss Events, Drag Race producers World of Wonder and VH1, the show is an all-new production which hosts a team of intergalactic queens including Aquaria, Asia O’Hara, Detox, Kameron Michaels, Kim Chi, Monét X Change, Naomi Smalls, Violet Chachki and Michelle Visage*. There’s a mission on the stage: the queens will save our solar system from a dark entity intent on harnessing its power. Sounds like a great metaphor.

Brandon Voss, the show’s producer, has a sharp idea about the tour: “This is the biggest, most elaborate production we have ever created. The music, sets, fashion, choreography and lighting are all a cosmic feast for the senses. Audiences will be in awe as their favorite queens come together on some incredible numbers.

We can trust him with no doubt since Voss Events already amazed the live entertainment world with fabulous events featuring stars such as Lady Gaga and Cher.

Madrid and Lisbon have been the first two European city touched by the stratospheric event; tonight, 6th April the stage will keep its lights on in Barcelona. April 8 the show will come to the Italian Capital city: Rome. If you’re around, that’s the right moment to take your ticket, go to the Olimpic Theater and enjoy some real Drag Race show. And, as we always like to say: When in Rome…

Following Asia, Australia and Europe, the WERQ THE WORLD TOUR 2019 will move on to North and Latin America (dates to be announced soon). Tickets for the WERQ THE WORLD TOUR 2019 are on sale now at
* Detox will not appear in shows between April 24 – May 11. Michelle Visage will host shows between April 24 – May 13 only. Asia O’Hara will host all other performances.


Mon, Apr 1: Madrid
Tue, Apr 2: Lisbon
Sat, Apr 6: Barcelona
Mon, Apr 8: Rome
Tue, Apr 9: Milan
Wed, Apr 10: Bologna
Thu, Apr 11: Milan
Sat, Apr 13: Vienna
Sun, Apr 14: Prague
Wed, Apr 17: Helsinki
Sat, Apr 20: Stockholm
Wed, Apr 24: Oslo
Thu, Apr 25: Copenhagen
Fri, Apr 26: Hamburg
Sun, Apr 28: Berlin
Mon, Apr 29: Cologne
Tue, Apr 30: Cologne
Wed, May 1: Antwerp
Thu, May 2: Amsterdam
Fri, May 3: Birmingham
Sun, May 5: Sunderland
Mon, May 6: Edinburgh
Tue, May 7: Belfast
Wed, May 8: Dublin
Thu, May 9: Manchester
Sat, May 11: London
Sun, May 12: Paris
Mon, May 13: Paris
Tue, May 14: Paris
Fri, May 17: Glasgow
Sat, May 18: Dublin
Sun, May 19: Cardiff

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