Sibling Rivalry Podcast co-hosts Bob the Drag Queen and Monet X Change are taking their hilarious show out on the road. The pair of bickering honorary sisters will bring a night of “makeup, make-believe, and Sibling Rivalry” to venues across the country this summer.
Sibling Rivalry: The Tour kicks off on July 8 in Atlanta, Georgia and the tour will stop in major U.S. cities like Orlando (Tickets), New Orleans (Tickets), Seattle (Tickets), Royal Oak (Tickets) and Richmond (Tickets).
Presales for select shows are underway and tickets go on sale to the general public on Feb. 28.
A limited number of two different VIP Packages will also be available to purchase for select shows. The Sibling VIP Package includes seats in the Front Two Rows of seating, a VIP Meet & Greet Photo and Experience, Front of the Line Meet & Greet Access, Early Access to Merchandise, Early Access to the Venue, a Tour Lanyard and Badge, and a Signed Tour Poster.
The Cousin VIP Package includes seats in the First Five Rows of seating (behind the Sibling Level seats), a VIP Meet & Greet Photo and Experience, Early Access to Merchandise, Early Access to the Venue, and a Signed Tour Poster.
Anyone who has siblings knows how wonderful and totally frustrating that bond can be. Bob the Drag Queen and Monet X Change aren’t really siblings. However, they nail their hysterical take on the complex sibling relationship on their critically acclaimed Sibling Rivalry Podcast.
Fans know Monet X Change as Miss Congeniality of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 and Winner of AS4 and Bob the Drag Queen as the winner of Season 8. Their hilarious banter is infectious, and their comedic chemistry is off the charts.
Fans of the podcast and comedy lovers alike won’t want to miss a minute of this comedy duo’s Sibling Rivalry: The Tour live debut at venues nationwide this summer.
Sibling Rivalry: The Tour 2020 Tour Dates
July 8 – Atlanta, GA – Center Stage
July 9 – Orlando, FL – Plaza Live (Tickets)
July 10 – Pensacola, FL – Saenger Theater
July 11 – Birmingham, AL – Lyric Theater
July 14 – New Orleans, LA – Joy Theater (Tickets)
July 15 – Houston, TX – Cullen Performance Hall
July 18 – San Antonio, TX – Empire Theater
July 19 – Austin, TX – Paramount Theater
July 21 – Phoenix, AZ – Orpheum Theater
July 23 – Los Angeles, CA – Montalban Theater
July 24 – San Francisco, CA – Palace of the Arts
July 25 – Sacramento, CA – The Crest
July 27 – Boise, ID – Egyptian Theater
July 29 – Portland, OR – Newmark Theater
July 31 – Seattle, WA – Showbox SoDo (Tickets)
Aug. 1 – Vancouver, BC, CA – The Vogue
Aug. 4 – Victoria, BC, CA - Royal Theatre
Aug. 6 – Calgary, AB, CA – The Palace Theatre
Aug. 7 – Edmonton, AB, CA – Myer Horowitz Theatre
Aug. 10 – Winnipeg, MB, CA – Burton Cummings Theatre
Aug. 14 – Denver, CO – The Paramount
Aug. 15 – Lincoln, NE – Rococo Theater
Aug. 17 – Minneapolis, MN – Fitzgerald Theater
Aug. 18 – Milwaukee, WI – Turner Music Hall
Aug. 20 – Chicago, IL – The Vic
Aug. 22 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
Aug. 23 – Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works
Aug. 25 – Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre (Tickets)
Aug. 26 – Columbus, OH – Southern Theater
Aug. 28 – Boston, MA – The Wilbur
Aug. 30 – Philadelphia, PA – Franklin Music Hall
Sept. 1 – New York City, NY – Town Hall
Sept. 2 – Richmond, VA – The National (Tickets)
Sept. 3 – Raleigh-Durham, NC – Carolina Theater
Sept. 9 – Charlotte, NC – Queen City Comedy Experience Festival – Knight Theater
Sept. 10 – Charleston, SC – Charleston Music Hall
Dates, venues, and prices are subject to change. Please check individual event pages for more details.