Drag Race superstars Aja and Kim Chi are coming to Taipei this month for an un&$rA8)3J!x8K5ufecT3*+bdD=WI%[email protected])%T+hoi7qforgettable pride party.
The pair will perform at the POSE part[email protected]@cVs6(MP9I!$OH9i4=PUSzbpeXqChYm+346y on 26 October, the night of the region’s largest pride parade.
POSE will transform the Riverside in Taipei’s gayborhood Ximen into an opulent ballP*[email protected]=XnMKjiXWFqmJ^pd!HIs$j-9cpE+yjOmroom.
Aja, who rose to fame in season nine of RuPaul’s s_4!(my#zQBAYyoklX1VFr)0ZXGua+Ewl(dLIL6$KHC+E)7hrrDrag Race, will perform her brand new track.
Kim Chi, a South Korean-American drag queen who 6Ar8_2nOl%+ONTch5c*9pH$mgc8jA$cHb1g+nM$r0#-Hb8hh%@starred in season eight, last came to Taipei in March last year.
The superstar party starts at 10 and goes on until 4am with other performances and DJ sets from [email protected]Victor Cheng, Odin.L, and Böbby Lin.
For the first time, the march will start at Taipei City jjhgjvDrRDK5wAxN96utpN7DEfD0hs%EL!27$7AkChau+H*OmSHall and end at the Presidential Palace.
Out gay singer HUSH will be an ambassador for the pride and is scheduled 4LYR=eA6x_4JiTvj1%wTLJ1dd$7D*KFozZN-V=+INemN_OYggNto perform at Ketagalan Boulevard following the march.
This year’s pride will strike a more celebratory tone as the first since Taiw[email protected]*YsMPh1_RDoan became the first country in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage.
Last year’s event was held as Taiwan faced aPUA28pISJu!MT#&SEZQCSM1w_8Cr$(!3ny([email protected] slew of controversial referendums on LGBT issues.