Stars of Drag “A Night of True Colours”
Featuring Eureka, Ginger Minj, Plastique Tiara, Trinity The Tuck & Vancouver’s own Kendall Gender
Come join us, as International Drag Superstars take the stage. Come show your true colours.
All ages eleganza extravaganza
Eureka (They/Them) started as a small country child in the heart of East Tennessee. Raised by a single mom my whole life, scraping by in poverty. Doing their best to survive and thrive is what created Eureka’s work ethic today.
Now, standing 6’4” (and that’s without heels, y’all), Eureka represents all the big guys, girls, and gender-fluid beautiful beings, as the PLUS SIZE DRAG SUPERMODEL OF THE WORLD! One of Eureka’s goals is to give bigger people around the world the confidence to go out and live their dreams. Their passion led them to compete on nine national stages before the age of twenty-six. Today Eureka continues to STOMP their way onto the national scene with television, music, videos, songwriting, singing, acting, and modelling. Eureka is part of two Emmy nominated casts and their appearances include: We’re Here on HBO, AJ and The Queen, RuPaul’s Drag Race Seasons 9 and 10, MTV, VH1, Entertainment Tonight, and on stage in a production of Women Behind Bars.
Eureka sees themselves as the Elephant Queen because of her passion for elephants – their dedication to family, loyalty, and strength. They regard those family-oriented and brilliant pachyderms as the best representation of size-positivity, kindness, and love. Their fight is for those traits in all of us to never go extinct – and to give inspiration to their “HERD” of followers.
Long Before She Held Court As A Finalist On Season 7 Of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Ginger Reigned As The Comedy Queen Of The South From Her Homebase In Orlando, Florida. “Anyone Who Can Pile Three Wigs On Their Head, Squeeze Their Body Into A Beaded And Rhinestoned Gown And Serve Humor Alongside The Glamour Is My Hero,” Says Minj. That’s Why She Coined The Term “Glamour Toad” To Describe Her Unique Persona.
In 2016, Ginger released her debut album, Sweet Tea, which was soon followed by years spent touring the world and performing show tunes for Broadway royalty on national television. With over 200,000 global streams, Ginger went on to star in the 2018 Netflix feature film, Dumplin’ (Jennifer Anniston, Dove Cameron), and in June 2021 released her sophomore album Gummy Bear, which peaked at #2 on the iTunes Comedy Album Chart.
With an exciting new collection on the horizon, Ginger Minj is tapping into her genuine southern roots and is ready to introduce herself to the country music genre with her third studio album, Double Wide Diva. With this release, Ginger is drawing from her own life experiences to share a collection of authentic songs, revealing a never-before-seen side of Ginger Minj. The project’s lead single, “Walk Tall,” was inspired by a pivotal moment in Ginger’s childhood, showcasing her captivating vocal range with an inspiring message to overcome negativity and be yourself. Ginger is a finalist of Season 6 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” and is continuously working on exciting projects to come in.
Plastique Tiara Edwards, simply known as Plastique Tiara, was born and raised in Vietnam. When Plastique Tiara walked onto the screen in RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11, we all saw an incredibly gorgeous Queen. What we didn’t necessarily expect, was that this stunner was a world-class showstopper that would soon become an all-time fan-favorite and powerful global influencer phenomenon. With a warm charm, Plastique Tiara’s mastery of hair, makeup, costuming and dance consistently brings audiences around the world to their feet. There’s no doubt that Plastique Tiara’s star will continue to rise, while also shining a light on the Asian and LGBTQ+ communities. Between her unclockable beauty and show-stopping performances, this mesmerizing Queen never fails to prove that life in Plastique is always fantastique.
Trinity the Tuck
Trinity the Tuck, formerly known as Trinity Taylor, is a drag performer and recording artist best known for competing in the ninth season of Rupaul’s Drag Race and one of the winners of the fourth season of Rupaul’s Drag Race All Stars. She has released a chart-topping album (Plastic), starred in various music videos (Taylor Swift’s You Need to Calm Down, Aja’s I Don’t Wanna Brag), and has hosted a drag series (Love for the Arts). On her hit podcast, WERK with Trinity the Tuck, she continues to serve the body and comedic wit that dazzles audiences worldwide.
As a performer, host, model and LGBTQIA2S+ activist, Kendall Gender is a bonafide Canadian drag sensation. With grassroots in Vancouver, she has performed coast to coast since 2014 and shows no signs of slowing down.
Kendall is best known for being on season 2 of Canada’s Drag Race, where she placed in the top 3. She is also known for being the queer ambassador for Fairmont Hotels, a member of infamous drag group ‘BRATPACK’ and a past winner of elite drag competition “Vancouver’s Next Drag Superstar” in 2017. She was also elected as the “Empress of Vancouver” and raised over $25,000 for for various charities as a part of the Dogwood Monarchist Society. In 2020 she was also the first drag performer to do a halftime performance at the Rugby 7’s game, performing for a crowd of 50,000 people.
As a biracial artist, Kendall started the show ‘VISIBLE’ which is designed as a platform to raise money and awareness for visible minorities. In 2020, the events moved digital and raised over $9,000 for Black Lives Matter during a single event.
Kendall has been cast in the lead role of an upcoming film called “Stay”, playing the character Kaleb /Ivy Diamonds. The film is set to release in fall 2022.
Always dressed to the nines and known for her explosive and high-energy performances that radiate positivity and ooze sex appeal, Kendall is a powerhouse that continues to leave audiences wanting more as her star continues to rise.
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