The Maidstone Pride Festival 2023 it’s going to be a spectacular festival. To unite the LGBT community, well-known nightlife promoters Glitterbomb are going above and beyond.
You may witness people joyfully sporting pride flags and charming slogan t-shirts that convey a loud and obvious statement during the festival. And now that it is known that Danny Beard, a semi-finalist on Britain’s Got Talent, will be attending, the LGBT crowd is going crazy.
In addition to Danny, the lineup includes three other UK cast members from RuPaul’s Drag Race. This summer’s outdoor LGBT+ celebration in Maidstone will draw everyone in decorated jeweled attire. ‘Glitterbomb in the Park’ will undoubtedly be hugely successful with this group.
Baga Chipz, a finalist on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’s first season, will perform at the Maidstone Festival, which promises to be a lot of fun. The performer Chipz is regarded as being multi-talented. Chipz, who does a live vocal concert, is another mainstay of the London and national music scenes.
The festival will feature Lawrence Chaney, Bimini Bon-Boulash, and Chipz, who will perform brilliantly. Both compete to determine who will take home the title of season two’s undisputed champion of the well-known RuPaul’s Drag Race. The festival’s biggest highlight will undoubtedly be the drag act and vocalist Danny Beard.
It’s difficult to ignore Danny. We can assist individuals who, regrettably, must be made aware of Danny’s captivating persona. In 2016, Danny was rumored to have scored a touchdown during Britain’s Got Talent’s semifinal round. He has recognized thanks to his sparkly beard and distinctively loud, captivating, roaring voice!
Other Drag Stars, With Their Rocking Performances
It seems like a long wait for the people now that the festival has revealed its inaugural lineup for the following summer. There will be essentially fantastic drag performers, even though Danny Beard, the most recent winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK, is what everyone is counting on! In essence, Danny Beard is a native of Liverpool.
He had some tough competition when he was a contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race. As per the press, he faced off against Jonbers Blonde, Black Peppa, and Cheddar Gorgeous in the penultimate scene. When you already know the winner—Danny Beard—you don’t need to worry about the competition. The series’ victor was announced as Danny Beard.
Other performances are scheduled for the Glitterbomb festival the next year, so it’s not only about Danny Beard’s magnificence. This may also feature Lawrence Chaney, the winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’s second season.
Blu Hydrangea, who won RuPaul’s Drag Race UK vs. The World, will also be a part of the drag-studded group that will thrill the festival.
There will be additional performances along with Vanity Milan, Choriza May, and Willam. While William performed in the original American edition of the program, Milan is now competing in RuPaul’s Drag Race Canada vs.
The World, so we’ll be seeing a powerhouse performance of the most amazing drags from each season. The Madame, Bailey J Mills, and Dosa Cat, all from Maidstone, are among the other musicians on the list.
The Fest Is Going To Be Lit!
The pandemic had snuffed out humanity, but things are slowly beginning to return to normal. A breath of fresh air will be brought to everyone with the Glitterbomb festival. Every individual from every country in the world will be gathered on one platform and in one location.
Hatred will not be tolerated; the festival’s Drag Queen rulers will deliver thrilling performances and exude confidence! The event will have DJs in addition to live entertainment. The festival offers a variety of dining options, and you can jump from one vendor to another to buy goods. Even though the festival won’t happen until May 2023, it’s best to order your tickets two to three months in advance.
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