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Royal Pageant

Henry 5-20-13

Boston Pride’s Royal Pageant

Monday, June 3rd

Machine Night Club, 1256 Boylston Street, Boston

 

6:00 -7:30 VIP Meet and Greet With MIMI Imfurst

7PM – 10PM – General Admission

Hosted by Lakia Mondale – Queen 10 and Raquel Blake Queen 09
With appearance by Fer Cardin – King 12, Melanie Moore – Queen 12 and  Jay Squeeze – King 10

Judges:
Miss Cambridge Carrie Sunde
Lauren Vitale – MAC Artist
Dustin – Bad Boys Cupcakes
Lucky Belcamino – Founder of East Coast Biker Chicks
Coco Alinsug – Fenway Health

Tickets:
Pre-sale Tickets:
VIP/Meet and Greet With RDR Star MIMI Imfurst: $15
General Admission: $7

At the Door:
VIP/Meet and Greet With RDR Star MIMI ImFurst: $20
General Admission: $10

 

 


Contestant applications will be open very soon! Any questions, Email Pageant@bostonpride.org

 

The Boston Pride Committee has developed the Royal Pageant for entertainment purposes. Participants select which category they would like to participate in based on their own chosen definition and/or display of gender identity. In other words, the King category is open to women dressing in male drag, men born men, transgender men, drag kings or anyone else who desires to compete in the category. Similarly, the Queen category is open to drag queens, women born women, transgender women or anyone else who desires to compete in the category. The goal is not to limit who can participate but to have each category open to all.

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