Plunge head-first into the center of drag universe with the return of this gender-bent fest! Four full days of drag: from makeup tutorials and panels to jaw-dropping performances. Events take place all over town in the evenings.
The fan fave has returned with DJs (Chorizo Funk, Suxxy Puxxy, Dada, and Winona), bands, performances (by Adrienne Anemone, King Husband, NO NOSTALGIA, Dust Bunny, and Lembra Rivera Gonzalez), and – of course – cake!
Lady Grackle Birdbreath and Colleen DeForrest host funday with Dirty Birdie Drag Bingo from 8-10pm. There will be a chicken named Patsy and bingo is free to play, but if you buy a Chicken Shit Number ($3) and Patsy deems yer number lucky enough to poop on it, you win the cash pot and all proceeds go to the Fajita the Chicken Legacy fund, which supports and rescues local chickens. The fun doesn’t stop there and carries over into late-night karaoke where you can sing your heart out and save some money until 10pm with happy hour prices. – A. Micah Mills
Hosted by Cupcake and Noodles with DJ Ruby Knight, this is one of the only shows in Austin one can watch from the bar or the comfort of their couch. KREAM is both a drag show and a live broadcast on Facebook. They take cash and Venmo tips (for those of you sitting on their couch watching), cuz it’s 2019. There’s no excuse to miss it. – A. Micah Mills
Keep the party going at #Brunch, Qween! T-dance vibes with with DJ Macky Ray start out the night, and smack dab in the middle comes a one-woman show by Roxy Brooks. She gives you Broadway. She gives you hip-hop. She gives you spoken word, and everything in between. Plus, what’s better than ending your weekend with brunch and $2 mimosas? – A. Micah Mills
They say seven is a lucky number, and seven queens you’ll get every Sunday night. With a new theme and special guest each week, it’s a show that’ll surprise you. Whether it’s disco or glow, you can shake those Sunday scaries with some of the most fabulous divas in town. Hosted by Roxy Brooks and alternating castmates with DJ Eriq Stylez. – A. Micah Mills