Location: NATC Auditorium, 123 Shortt St, Silver Star Mountain
Date: March 11, 2023
Time: Doors open at 7:30PM | Show starts at 8:00PM
Performers: Ella Lamoureux, Toddy + more
Age Restriction: 19+ event - valid government-issued ID required
This is the can’t miss event at Peak Pride. Featuring performances by Ella Lamoureux and more, this is an inclusive night that will stay with you long after the snow settles on Peak Pride! This one always sells out.
Doors Open: 7:30 PM
Show Starts: 8:00 PM
Tier 1: $19
Tier 2: $25
Tier 3: $29
Health and Safety Protocols
We respect your decision to wear or not wear a mask at our events.
- Bright or Strobe Lights will be used
- Loud Music and/or Sounds will be played
- Gender-Neutral Washrooms available
- If you would like to come but cannot afford a ticket, please reach out at email@example.com
About the Performers
Ella Lamoureux is one of the founding performers of the Kelowna drag scene. From Kelowna’s Next Drag Superstar drag competition, Embodiment, #2muffs1collr, to recent star on Call Me Mother, Ella has carved out her place as one of the most influential and stunning drag performers in Kelowna. A makeup artist by trade, Ella will eternally tease you with her beauty. But, watch out if you displease her — that tongue is quick and sharper than you think! She’s generally “as sweet as cherry pie” and she brings so much love and joy to the community. A true charmer, Ella Lamoureux is Kelowna’s Sweetheart.
Toddy is a high energy drag performer, standup comedian and singer-songwriter. Toddy has most recently been featured in OutTV’s new drag reality series “Call Me Mother”, and was the Season One Winner! Trained as an opera singer, they often find themself at the intersect of classical music and mainstream media. As a comedian, Toddy has been featured on CBCLOL, JFL42, JFL Northwest and the Portland Queer Comedy Festival. They are the number one shrill icon!
Watch for more performers to be announced!
We respectfully acknowledge that this event takes place on the unceded, traditional territory of the Secwépemc and syilx (Okanagan) people. To learn more about who's land you are on, visit this website.