Drag Me to Brunch
Sunday, October 27th
PFLAG Hanover/Madison is proud to present: Drag Me To Brunch!
Come enjoy a delectable, gourmet brunch spread and some of Louisville's finest premier drag entertainment!
Your Hosts and Performers include:
* Tova Ura Vitch- Miss River City Pride 2019*
* Richard Cranium- Former National Mr USofA MI*
*Olivia Jane- National Entertainer of the Year Femme*
*Tareal Phillips- Former American National Star Femme*
*Sister Petty Davis*
Brunch Menu includes: Quiche, muffins, sausage patties, fresh fruit, yogurt, waffles prepared on sight with all the fixings, OJ, water and Coffee
Did we mention $15 bottomless mimosas!? Plus a cash bar and great raffle prizes!
Doors open: 11:30am
Brunch: 12 noon
Tickets available online. $35 each or 2 for $60 Tickets include Brunch and Drag Show. Get your tickets early! Seating is limited and will sell out fast!
Proceeds go to support PFLAG Hanover/Madison's LGBTQ+ youth and community outreach!
Please don't forget to tip your bartenders and entertainers!
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