The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show 2024 Tour

today11th July 2024


The greatest holiday show on Earth returns with another all-new production!

Award-winning comedy icons, writers, actors andRuPaul’s Drag Racealumni BenDeLaCreme (she/her) and Jinkx Monsoon (she/her) are coming back to town with their wildly successful, internationally acclaimed,The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show(BenDeLaCreme Presents).

Directed and produced by BenDeLaCreme, the 33-city tour will play 38 shows across the U.S. and Canada from November 7 – December 29 in major theatres.

This follows last year’s historic 30-city run where the reigning ‘queens of Christmas’ (Entertainment Weekly) sold out LA’s Dolby Theatre, NYC’s Kings Theatre and the London Palladium.

Artist presale began July 9 (Code: HOHOHO), and tickets go on general sale July 12 at

VIP Packages, including photo opportunity and a Q&A with the stars, are only available to purchase separately atJinkxandDeLa.comwith proof of ticket purchase.

Throughout the show’s 7-year history, Jinkx and DeLa have travelled through time a la A Christmas Carol with a wacky multiversal twist, defeated AI overlords trying to replace them, battled it out to define the meaning of Christmas, got trapped in a meta world of their own creation through the lens of a Faustian nightmare, and explored post-Pandemic depression via a talking peppermint candy puppet.

And that’s just a few of the show’s past plot lines. While there’s no guessing as to what wild and unexpected directions this year’s show will take audiences, fans can expect another year of over-the-top camp spectacle, side-splitting gags, brand new songs, heartfelt storytelling, thrilling dance numbers, and iconic costumes. Join the sugary, terminally delightful DeLa and the spicy bombastic Jinkx for an evening The New York Times says is sure to lift your spirits and make you howl with laughter.

2024 Tour Dates:

November 7 – PREVIEW – Charlotte, NC (Booth Playhouse)
November 8 – PREVIEW – Charlotte, NC (Booth Playhouse)
November 10 – Durham, NC (DPAC)
November 11 – Atlanta, GA (Atlanta Symphony Hall)
November 13 – Orlando, FL (Dr. Phillips Center – Steinmetz Hall)
November 14 – Clearwater, FL (Ruth Eckerd Hall)
November 17 – New Orleans, LA (Orpheum Theater)
November 18 – Houston, TX (Bayou Music Center)
November 19 – Austin, TX (Long Center)
November 20 – Dallas, TX (Majestic Theatre)
November 23 – Indianapolis, IN (Murat Theatre at Old National Center)
November 24 – Cincinnati, OH (Taft Theatre)
November 25 – Detroit, MI (Masonic Cathedral Theatre)
November 26 – Toronto, ON (Meridian Hall)

November 28 – Montreal, QC (LOlympia)
November 29 – Albany, NY (The Egg)
November 30 – Washington, DC (Lincoln Theatre)
December 1 – Philadelphia, PA (Academy of Music)
December 2 – Boston, MA (Wang Theatre at Boch Centre)
December 5 – Brooklyn, NY (Kings Theatre)
December 6 – Cleveland, OH (Playhouse Square)

December 7 – Louisville, KY (Brown Theatre at Kentucky Performing Arts)
December 8 – Chicago, IL (Auditorium Theatre)
December 11 – Minneapolis, MN (Pantages Theatre)
December 12 – Kansas City, MO (The Midland Theatre)
December 13 – Denver, CO (Paramount Theatre)
December 15 – Las Vegas, NV (The Theater at Virgin Hotels)
December 16 – Los Angeles, CA (Dolby Theatre)
December 17 – San Diego, CA (Balboa Theatre)
December 18 – San Francisco, CA (The Warfield)
December 19 – San Francisco, CA (The Warfield)
December 21 – Seattle, WA (Moore Theatre)
December 22 – Seattle, WA (Moore Theatre)
December 23 – Seattle, WA (Moore Theatre)
December 24 – MATINEE – Seattle, WA (Moore Theatre)
December 27 – Spokane, WA (First Interstate Center for the Arts)
December 28 – Vancouver, BC (Queen Elizabeth Theatre)
December 29 – Portland, OR (Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall)

Written by: GlitterBeam

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