A women’s shelter in Arkansas will host a “family-friendly” drag show featuring drag queen headliner “Crystal Methyd” and at least 16 other drag queens as part of an LGBT event open to all ages on the afternoon of June 5.
The Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter will host “You Belong,” a community resource fair at The Momentary, a satellite to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and contemporary art space at a decommissioned cheese factory in downtown Bentonville, Arkansas.
The event will feature multiple pop-up performances from at least five local drag queens and will welcome “all to gather in support of the LGBTQ+ community,” The Momentary said.
“The day will be filled with friendship, education and support resources from local partners, survivor testimonials, family-friendly art activities, food trucks,” and music from a DJ, the venue added.
In the evening after the event, the NWA Women’s Shelter will host its second annual drag show fundraiser, “Purple Reign” presented by Skittles.
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