Werq The World Tour has added Drag Race UK alumni and fan favourite Bimini to its iconic lineup.
The biggest drag show in the world will sashay to arenas across the UK and Europe later this year.
Season two runner-up, Bimini will join the cast across the UK and Ireland shows including Manchester, London, Birmingham, Glasgow and Dublin.
Fans can get their hands on tickets for the tour at ticketmaster.co.uk.
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She joins the UK lineup, which features the likes of Jaida Essence Hall, Aquaria, Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, Angeria, Bosco, Daya Betty, Kandy Muse and Ginger Minj.
The tour heads to Manchester on 7 October and finishes up in Dublin on 18 October before heading to mainland Europe. It’ll stop off in the likes of Oslo, Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris and Madrid.
They’ve also recently announced that stars from Drag Race Belgique and Drag Race Sverige will join the lineups in Antwerp and Stockholm.
This includes Vanity Vain, Elecktra, Drag Couenne, Athena Sorgelikis and Susan From Grindr.
The world tour kicked off in June in North American and heads to Asia and Australia in September and the UK and Europe across the autumn.
To check out the full lineup so far and world tour schedule, read below.
Who’s on the Werq The World Tour lineup?
These are the confirmed Drag Race stars appearing on the UK and European leg of the Werq The World Tour in 2023.
UK and Europe: Angeria Paris Vanmichaels / Aquaria / Bimini (select dates) / Bosco / Daya Betty / Ginger Minj / Jaida Essence Hall / Kandy Muse / Rose / Sasha Colby (select dates) / Vanessa Vanjie /
Werq the World UK and European tour dates
7 October – Manchester, AO Arena – tickets
8 October – London, O2 Arena – tickets
12 October – Birmingham, Utilita Arena – tickets
15 October – Glasgow, OVO Hydro – tickets
18 October – Dublin, 3Arena – tickets
27 October – Stockholm, Hovet – tickets
28 October – Oslo, Spektrum – tickets
29 October – Copenhagen, Royal Arena – tickets
31 October – Warsaw, Torwar – tickets
2 November – Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome – tickets
3 November – Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena – tickets
4 November – Cologne, Lanxess Arena – tickets
5 November – Berlin, Mercedes Benz Arena – tickets
9 November – Antwerp, Lotto Arena – tickets
10 November – Paris, Accor Arena – tickets
11 November – Zurich, The Hall – tickets
12 November – Milan, Mediolanum Forum – tickets
14 November – Madrid, Wiznik Center – tickets