Following the massive success of three previous holiday tours, fans can expect another year of fabulous spectacle, whip-smart comedy, brand new songs, and annual favorites. Join the sugary DeLa and spicy Jinkx for an evening The New York Times says is “sure to lift your spirits and make you howl with laughter.”

BenDeLaCreme says, “The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show is joyous, hilarious, surrealist, communal, and heartwarming. Nothing makes me feel more connected to the good in the world than the seas of people we get to celebrate the season with night after night–laughing, cheering, and being in our feelings together. I’m so lucky to get to experience that each year, and I hope you all will experience it with us.” 

Jinkx Monsoon (who’s currently slaying the competition on All Stars 7) adds, “The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show will take everything you expect from a drag queen variety show, and spin it on its side. It will test the limits of stupidity, while being unexpectedly deep and reflective. We strive for entertainment while always proving that the holidays are for you to celebrate however you want to.” 

The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show is co-written and co-created by BenDeLaCreme and Jinkx Monsoon, directed by BenDeLaCreme, and produced by BenDeLaCreme Presents, a company comprised of producers BenDeLaCreme, Kevin Heard, and Gus Lanza. For more information, and to sign up for updates, visit

Tour Dates:

November 23 – Buffalo, NY (Riviera Theatre)

November 25 – Toronto, ON (Queen Elizabeth Theatre)

November 26 – Ottawa, ON (Algonquin Commons Theatre)

November 27 – Montreal, QC (Olympia)

November 29 – Boston, MA (Chevalier Theatre)

November 30 – Philadelphia, PA (The Fillmore)

December 2 – New York, NY (Town Hall)

December 3 – New York, NY (Town Hall)

December 4 – Washington, DC (Lincoln Theatre)

December 6 – St. Paul, MN (The Fitzgerald Theater)

December 7 – Chicago, IL (Auditorium Theatre)

December 8 – Detroit, MI (Royal Oak Music Theatre)

December 9 – Indianapolis (Murat Theatre at Old National Centre)

December 11 – Austin, TX (Paramount Theatre)

December 12 – Dallas, TX (Majestic Theatre)

December 14 – Denver, CO (Paramount Theatre)

December 16 – San Diego, CA (Balboa Theatre)

December 17 – San Francisco, CA (The Warfield)

December 18 – Los Angeles, CA (Orpheum Theatre)

December 21 – Seattle, WA (Moore Theatre)

December 22 – Seattle, WA (Moore Theatre)

December 23 – Seattle, WA (Moore Theatre)

December 24 – Seattle, WA (Moore Theatre)

December 27 – Portland, OR (Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall)

December 29 – Calgary, AB (Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium)

December 30 – Vancouver, BC (Vogue Theatre)