Bust out your ugliest lewk for a roaring and rowdy game of bingo with yer hostess with the mostest Desiree Dik. Four games, two drag shows, and prizes (for tippers, that is).
What better way to ring in 2022 than with a bunch of brews and drag queens too?! Desiree Dik will lead the circus with a bubbly toast, balloon drop, confetti, and all the glitter you could ask for. With DJ Twink and drag stars Laronica Vegas, Citrine, Jalah Nicole, and Chicki Parm
Welcome 2022 with DJ ANDRES, Rumba Latina, drag shows, and klassy drink specials.
Bask in the glow of sequins and glitter! This variety drag show is back in action on the Songbyrd stage!
Drag, Drag, Drag–u–la! If you tire of RuPaul's mainstream queens, enjoy some of the Boulet Brothers' scream queens. You're promised drag, filth, horror, and glamour at this stop in their season four tour.
Desiree Dik hosts season two of this drag out competition with Evry Pleasure, winner of Red Bear's season one of Slay Them. That's right, it starts tonight and doesn't conclude until the March finals. DJ Twink sets the stage and makes the dance party pop after.
Leave it the queens to take the drag out of Sundays and put it in bingo game. Tara Hoot hosts, with guests Dr. Torcher (a certified fire eater!), and beardde drag sensation Vagenesis.
What's better than drag and film? When you can enjoy both for a damn good cause. Catch a screening of Amy Oden's short film, Lipstick and Leather, on D.C. alt-drag scene and be dazzled, awed, and titillated by live performances from Jane Saw and Ana Latour (who are both in the film) as well as […]
Break out the stilettos. It's time for D.C.'s annual high heel race down 17th Street NW. The beloved race doesn't start 'til 9 p.m., but the lead up is just as good. Come in costume to cheer on bedazzled queens, kings, and community members who will strut their stuff before they run. Hosted by Rayceen […]
Benefiting DC's Different Drummers, a local LGBTQ music org, this all-new extravaganza explores ways to live in our new politically correct cancel culture. Expect original songs, videos, audience interaction, and occasional dance moves.
Head to the Peacock Room for Tula's monthly drag showcase.