Rose Butch returns to host Campbell River Pride Party again this year.

Queens & Things returns to Campbell River Pride Party

Rose Butch, Valynne Vile and Celestial Seasons part of Tidemark Show June 24

Non-binary drag thing, Rose Butch, returns to Campbell River June 24 to host the Campbell River Pride Party with some of Vancouver’s finest drag talent.

The hilarious and dynamic, Valynne Vile and Celestial Seasons will join Rose Butch on their Island tour. Also returning to celebrate Pride this year is the man who loves to make you party: DJ Party Marty.

Rose Butch is a regular performer at East Van’s monthly gender cabaret, Man Up, and the 2015 winner of the Mr/Miss Cobalt competition. Rose Butch’s gender dynamic, theatrically-inspired drag has been featured in venues across Vancouver, as well as in the pages of Vancouver’s SAD Mag and Montreal’s Maisonneuve Magazine.

Vancouver Drag Queen, Miss Cobalt 2014 and founding member of Bratpack, Valynne Vile, has taken Vancouver by storm with her hilarious bitchy banter, wild and crafty performances, intoxicating audience games and outrageously fashionable looks.

Are you ready, Campbell River? The worlds of fantasy, glitz and bling as a female illusionist have given Celestial Seasons the opportunity to perform and travel in many cities across Canada and the United States. She loves to design, and includes her Singapore Asian cultural influence, making her performance a high-energy, interactive experience of “East meet West.”

Queens & Things will be held at the Tidemark Theatre following the Campbell River Pride Festival on June 24th, 2017 at 8:00pm. Tickets are $17 for Youth and $22 for Adults (plus applicable taxes and fees) and can be purchased at the Tidemark Box Office, Tuesday through Friday from noon to 4 p.m. or online at Ticket includes admission to the show and after-party with DJ Party Marty.

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