'Werq the World Tour' will take audiences "beyond the world and into outer space", Naomi Smalls promises

Aquaria, Asia O’Hara, Detox, Eureka O’Hara, Kameron Michaels, Kim Chi, Monét X Change, Naomi Smalls and Violet Chachki are on a mission to save our solar system from a dark entity


                            'Werq the World Tour' will take audiences "beyond the world and into outer space", Naomi Smalls promises

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ is a hotbed of talent, and while we love seeing all the Ru-girls compete in some of the most difficult challenges on reality TV, its post the Vh1 show that we actually see the queens really, truly shine. One of the biggest arenas for these ladies to shine is the world tours they go on, like the upcoming 'Werq the World Tour', in which some of the biggest names to come from ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ will tour Europe in April and May.

Aquaria, Asia O’Hara, Detox, Eureka O’Hara, Kameron Michaels, Kim Chi, Monét X Change, Naomi Smalls and Violet Chachki are on a mission to the sun to save our solar system from a dark entity intent on harnessing its power, while the mission leader Michelle Visage, will take the audience through the universe for a dynamic display of the wonders held by each planet and its regal sovereign. The 'Werq the World Tour' is going to be bigger and better than any drag show you have seen before. After all, there is a reason 'Werq the World' is the official Drag Race tour.

Naomi Smalls is one of the most popular 'RuPaul's Drag Race' contestants to be appearing on the Werq the World tour. Credit: Brandon Voss (Voss Events)
Naomi Smalls is one of the most popular 'RuPaul's Drag Race' contestants to be appearing on the Werq the World tour. Credit: Brandon Voss (Voss Events)

Naomi, who was most recently seen in the season 4 of 'RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars' told MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) it is the biggest production show she has ever worked on. "It almost feels like being back on Drag Race. I think the fans should expect to be wow’ed. This is not some bar/club show, this a huge production that actually takes audiences beyond the world and into outer space. Seriously!" she said, adding the show is definitely "over-the-top."

“The show has always been a theatrical production of the highest caliber but in 2019, we’re stepping it up into the stratosphere. This show is going to leave fans gagging and I’m not afraid to say that my performance, in particular, will give you life," said Visage, the captain of the Werq the World ship. 

Naomi, meanwhile, is excited about the prospect of getting the opportunity to actually spend time with fellow Ru-girls, while also doing what she loves to do. She said: "It’s actually so much fun. Imagine touring different cities and countries with your good friends, performing and doing what you love? I’m very thankful. And really, I’m looking forward to spending time with everyone, however, of course, Kim always holds a special place in my heart." Further, she added, performing at the prestigious Wembley Arena would be the highlight of the tour for her. "That place is huge and huge names perform there. My mother will be so proud!"

Naomi, who is looking forward to working with all her Ru-sisters, admits that Kim Chi will always be special to her. Credit: Brandon Voss (Voss Events)
Naomi, who is looking forward to working with all her Ru-sisters, admits that Kim Chi will always be special to her. Credit: Brandon Voss (Voss Events)

Produced by Brandon Voss, 'Werq the World Tour' 2019 will move on to North and Latin America after Europe. Tickets for the tour are on sale now at VossEvents.com.

EUROPE 2019 TOUR DATES

Monday, April 1:  Madrid

Tuesday, April 2: Lisbon

Saturday, April 6: Barcelona

Monday, April 8: Rome

Tuesday, April 9: Milan

Wednesday, April 10: Bologna

Saturday, April 13: Vienna

Sunday, April 14: Prague

Wednesday, April 17: Helsinki

Thursday, April 18: Helsinki

Saturday, April 20: Stockholm

Wednesday, April 24: Oslo

Thursday, April 25: Copenhagen

Friday, April 26: Hamburg

Sunday, April 28: Berlin

Tuesday, April 30: Cologne

Wednesday, May 1: Antwerp

Thursday, May 2: Amsterdam

Friday, May 3: Birmingham

Sunday, May 5: Dublin

Monday, May 6: Edinburgh

Tuesday, May 7: Belfast

Thursday, May 9: Manchester

Saturday, May 11: London

Sunday, May 12: Paris

Wednesday, May 15: Bristol

Friday, May 17: Glasgow

Saturday, May 18: Dublin

Sunday, May 19: Cardiff