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Arts & Culture for Sat., Nov. 28
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    Die Felicia Digital

    Chase away the Sunday scaries with an evening of macabre drag as your host Lousianna Purchase and her Hell Hounds chill you and thrill you.
    Sat., Nov. 28, 8-10pm. $10 suggested cover.  
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    Frida Friday ATX Black Friday

    Choose between an IRL market at Revival Coffee or a virtual market online featuring independent BIPOC artists and community creatives. Vendors at the in-person event will rotate each day, and don't forget to tune in on Facebook or Instagram for video programming all weekend.
    Fri.-Sat., Nov. 27-28, 4-8pm. Free to attend.  
    Revival Coffee, 1405 E. Seventh; online
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    A Spanks-Giving Drag Brunch

    Rhonda returns for a rowdy and socially distanced brunch just in time for Turkey Day, plus she's bringing a special guest, Cheeki Kahnt. Tables for the show are by reservation only so plan accordingly. A percent of proceeds from all drag table reservations and every "Rhonda Jewels" cocktail sold will be donated to Central Texas Food Bank.
    Sat., Nov. 28, noon-2pm. $45-125.  
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    Austin International Drag Festival 2020

    Catch a slate of drag artists from around the world across four nights of performances streamed live. Featuring headlining acts Venus Envy, Riley Poppyseed, and Paradox Rei, plus Dragula's Dollya Black and Hugo Grrrl, winner of New Zealand's House of Drag.
    Fri.-Sat., Nov. 20-21 & 27-28, 8-10pm. $7-20.  
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    Drag & Drive

    The QTs from the Q are serving up socially distanced breakfast tacos and mimosas with a side of drag. Munch on brunch in your vehicle while enjoying outdoor, live drag performances from Roxy Brooks-Lord, Papi Churro, Chanel Andrews, Sya Nyde, Goldie Haynes, and your host, Kelly Kline.
    Sat., Nov. 28, noon-2pm. Free.  

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