PREVIEW: The Queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race take us to a galaxy far far away

Ray A-J March 4, 2019

With their upcoming Werq The World Tour, the Queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race are taking us to a galaxy far far away.

GET READY to be transported to infinity and beyond, because the Queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race are coming to Europe with the official Werq the World Tour.

Hosted by Space Captain Michele Visage (with Asia O’Hara taking over command from April 1-20), the tour will take us on a dangerous mission to the sun, in the hopes of saving our galaxy from a power hungry entity, throughout April and May.

Joining Michelle (and Asia) on this journey will be the intergalactic team of All Stars Four winner Monét X Change, fellow All Stars sister Naomi Smalls, Season Ten winner Aquaria, fellow Season Ten sisters Asia O’Hara, Eureka O’Hara, and Kameron Michaels, Season Eight’s runner up Kim Chi, Season Seven winner Violet Chachki, and All Stars Two runner up Detox.

This is the biggest, most elaborate production we have ever created,” reports show producer Brandon Voss, from the stratospheric tour’s control room. “The music, sets, fashion, choreography and lighting are all a cosmic feast for the senses. Audiences will be in awe as their favourite queens come together on some incredible numbers.”

Captain Michelle Visage confirms : “In 2019, we’re stepping it up into the stratosphere. This show is going to leave fans gagging and I’m not afraid to say that my performance, in particular, will give you life.”

With Mission Control Voss Events producing the tour, tickets are available for purchase at their website

Catch the girls on their galactic journey at the below tour dates:




Mon, Apr 1: Madrid


Tue, Apr 2: Lisbon


Sat, Apr 6: Barcelona


Mon, Apr 8: Rome


Tue, Apr 9: Milan


Wed, Apr 10: Bologna


Sat, Apr 13: Vienna


Sun, Apr 14: Prague


Wed, Apr 17: Helsinki


Thu, Apr 18: Helsinki


Sat, Apr 20: Stockholm


Wed, Apr 24: Oslo


Thu, Apr 25: Copenhagen


Fri, Apr 26: Hamburg


Sun, Apr 28: Berlin


Tue, Apr 30: Cologne


Wed, May 1: Antwerp


Thu, May 2: Amsterdam


Fri, May 3: Birmingham


Sun, May 5: Dublin


Mon, May 6: Edinburgh


Tue, May 7: Belfast


Thu, May 9: Manchester


Sat, May 11: London


Sun, May 12: Paris


Wed, May 15: Bristol


Fri, May 17: Glasgow


Sat, May 18: Dublin


Sun, May 19: Cardiff