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RuPauls Drag Race at Birmingham Utilita Arena

RuPauls Drag Race tour dates and tickets
RuPaul’s Drag Race is an American entertainment competition and reality series which features drag queens battling it out in the search for "America's next drag superstar".

RuPauls Drag Race will be performing 1 event in Birmingham on Wednesday 2nd September 2020 at the Utilita Arena.

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RuPauls Drag Race in Birmingham - Ticket Options

Wed Sep 2 2020 Birmingham, UK UK
Official face value from £40.68. Resale tickets from £94.77.
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RuPauls Drag Race Werq the World Tour 2020
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham
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RuPauls Drag Race
Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham

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Rupauls Drag Race Rescheduled Date - Werq the World Tour
Birmingham, Utilita Arena
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Address: Birmingham Utilita Arena, King Edwards Road, Birmingham, B1 2AA
Telephone: 01217804141
Venue Capacity: 14150
Utilita Arena Birmingham is an indoor arena and sporting venue in central Birmingham. Formerly known as the Barclaycard Arena, the venue is one of the city's, and in fact, the UK and Europe's most busy and popular entertainment destinations. Opening in 1991 by the NEC group, it allows almost 15,000 fans to watch the best in music, comedy, and over 30 different sports.