Get ready folks, because Drag Fest Ireland is coming back to the National Stadium in Dublin on May 27. This year’s event includes an incredible lineup of acts, and GCN has a pair of VIP tickets to give away to one lucky reader!
The evening will be headlined by the incredibly talented queen Anetra, and the evening will include a variety of drag performances on the main arena stage with everything from dance to lip-syncing and comedy.
Hosted by Kids Klub, best known for hosting some of the UK’s most entertaining drag shows, and DFIU Events from Belfast, this is sure to be a memorable night.
International favourite acts include Jan and Trinity K Bone’t, who will be bringing their unforgettable Lady Gaga and Beyoncé shows to the stage. There will also be epic performances starring Sminty Drop, Lawrence Chaney, Cheddar Gorgeous and other Drag Race alumni.
Expect to see a whole host of local talent as well, including Anesthesia Gold, Annie Naggins, Ariana Grindr, Carl Connielingus, Donna Fella, Naomi Diamond, Phil T Gorgeous, Viola Gayvis and more.
In addition to the unforgettable acts, don’t miss the drag market where attendees can browse a range of drag accessories to take home. The event will also include excellent food vendors serving up some fantastic meals and snacks to enjoy throughout the night.
Doors for general ticket holders will open at 4pm, but VIP access ticket holders will have special access to attend the VIP Meet and Greet where fans will be able to meet and interact with the performers before the show.
Tickets for Drag Fest Ireland are on sale now, with tickets from €32.87. But here’s even better news: GCN has a pair of VIP tickets ready to give to one lucky reader! For a chance to win, answer the following question:
Which queen will be headlining Drag Fest Ireland 2023?
The competition closes on Wednesday, May 24, 2023. Winners will be contacted directly and shared on social media.
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This competition is now closed, please visit our Competitions page for more.
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