RuPaul's Drag Race: Werq The World returns to the road with all-new show in 2018
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It’s almost summertime, and it is the time of year when RuPaul, the Queen of Drag Queens, wants everyone to “werq it.”

For those who are on the outside looking in, RuPaul (b. RuPaul Andre Charles), is a diva who has been on fire ever since she burst onto the scene as a performer, model and singer. Of course, everyone has heard of “Supermodel (You Better Work),” which was a global sensation throughout the ‘90s; but, to her ever endearing credit, RuPaul has made it a mission to branch out into all media mediums.

One of the mediums that RuPaul has dominated of late is television. “RuPaul’s Drag Race” has become a modern-day sensation, not just for the LGBT crowd (which, ultimately, the show is aimed at), but at audiences of all ages, races, gender, and sexuality. It’s safe to say that RuPaul is a cultural icon, one that should not be missed whenever she hits the road. That will transpire this summer when RuPaul’s Drag Race Werq the World show hits cities all over the world.

Here’s the complete tour itinerary, along with ticket information; and always keep in mind that dates and venues are subject to change.

Europe

May 18 -- Berlin, Germany  -- Admiralpalast Berlin
May 19 -- Copenhagen, Denmark -- DR Koncerthuset
May 21 -- Hamburg, Germany -- Stage Operettenhaus
May 22 -- Cologne, Germany  -- Gloria Theater
May 24 -- Rotterdam, Netherlands -- Villa Thalia
May 25 -- Amsterdam, Netherlands -- Theater Amsterdam
May 26 & June 4 -- London, UK -- Troxy
May 27 -- Birmingham, UK -- Symphony Hall
May 29 -- Cardiff, UK -- St. David’s Hall
May 30 -- Manchester, UK -- Palace Theater
June 1 -- Belfast, Northern Ireland -- Waterfront Hall
June 2 -- Dublin, Ireland -- Olympia Theater
June 3 -- Glasgow, Scotland -- SEC Armadillo
June 6 & 11 -- Paris, France -- Salle Wagram
June 7 -- Antwerp, Belgium -- Stadsschouwburg
June 8 -- Barcelona, Spain -- Razzmatazz
June 9 -- Madrid, Spain -- Sala La Riviera
June 14 & 15 -- Stockholm, Sweden -- Gota Lejon
June 16 -- Oslo, Norway -- Folketeateret
June 17 & 18 -- Helskinki, Finland -- Finlandia Hall

North America

Sept. 5 -- New York, NY -- Town Hall
Sept. 6-- Boston, MA -- Shubert Theatre
Spet. 7 -- Montreal, QC -- L’Olympia
Sept. 8 -- Toronto, ON -- Danforth Music Hall
Sept. 9 -- Buffalo, NY -- UB Center for the Arts
Sept. 12 -- Detroit, MI -- Soundboard at MotorCity Casino
Sept. 13 -- Chicago, IL -- Harris Theater
Sept. 14 -- St. Louis, MO -- The Pageant
Sept. 16 -- Milwaukee, WI -- Pabst Theater
Sept. 19 -- Kansas City, MO -- Folly Theater
Sept. 20 -- Denver, CO -- Paramount Theater
Sept. 22 -- Vancouver, BC -- Vogue Theatre
Sept. 23 -- Seattle, WA -- Paramount Theatre
Oct. 4 -- Portland, OR -- Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Oct. 5 -- San Francisco, CA -- TBA
Oct. 6 -- Los Angeles, CA -- Orpheum Theatre
Oct. 7 -- San Diego, CA -- Balboa Theatre
Oct. 9 -- Phoenix, AZ -- Orpheum Theatre
Oct. 11 -- Austin, TX -- Paramount Theatre
Oct. 12 -- New Orleans, LA, Joy Theater
Oct. 13 -- Houston, TX -- Cullen Theater
Oct. 14 -- Dallas, TX -- Majestic Theatre
Oct. 17 -- Nashville, TN -- TBA
Oct. 18 -- Cincinnati, OH -- TBA
Oct. 19 -- Atlanta, GA -- Center Stage
Oct. 20 -- Richmond, VA -- The National (Click here for tickets)
Oct. 23 -- Washington, DC -- Lincoln Theatre
Oct. 24 -- Charlotte, NC -- Knight Theater
Oct. 25 -- Tampa Bay Area, FL -- TBA
Oct. 26 -- Orlando, FL -- Plaza Live
Oct. 27 -- Miami, FL -- TBA