Looking for a fun way to kick off Pride Month and give back to the LGBTQ community? Drag superstar comedy duo Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova are bringing their record-breaking theatrical show to living rooms across the world and benefitting the Drag Isn't Dangerous(opens in a new tab) fund in the process.
Though they recently wrapped their Trixie and Katya Live! tour, the dynamic duo wanted to give it a proper send-off with a livestream fans can enjoy at home. Trixie and Katya. Live: The Last Show(opens in a new tab) will be available as a global livestream from June 1 through 14 only. “Even the most homophobic zip codes in the world will be able to enjoy this wholesome romp,” Mattel said in a press release.
If you missed the groundbreaking live tour or you want to relive the drag dream team's performance from your couch, here's what you need to know.
What is Trixie and Katya Live: The Last Show?
Trixie and Katya Live! mixes comedy and music into a kooky and entertaining drag show spectacular. The Last Show is an edited compilation of 14 different Trixie and Katya live shows filmed throughout the tour, giving at-home viewers a glimpse into the live experience.
Fans also have the option to access bonus behind-the-scenes content and confessionals from the cast and crew with a Series Pass upgrade.
How does the livestream give back?
Both Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova saw the global livestream as an incredible opportunity to give back to the LGBTQ community. Thus, they're pledging — along with their team at Obsessed — a minimum of $50,000 to the Drag Isn't Dangerous fund(opens in a new tab). Plus, a dollar from every livestream ticket will also go toward the fund, meaning you'll be giving back as well.
“I am so happy to team up with this charity endeavor because the only danger in drag is feeling TOO good about yourself and loving toward others," Mattel commented.
How to watch Trixie and Katya Live: The Last Show
Trixie and Katya. Live: The Last Show will be streaming exclusively on Veeps from June 1 to 14. Veeps is a streaming service that offers live concerts and events from anywhere in the world. Instead of paying a subscription fee, you buy tickets to the events of your choosing and tune into the stream from any internet-connected device.
For access to The Last Show livestream, you'll have to purchase a ticket from Veeps for $19.99(opens in a new tab). This gives you access to the show, which streams live at 9 p.m. ET, and gets you 48 hours of rewatch access.
Want even more Trixie and Katya? For an extra $10 you can snag a series pass(opens in a new tab), which includes livestream access as well as exclusive behind-the-scenes content and confessionals from the cast and crew for the whole streaming period. Considering a ticket to the live event would've run you at least double the cost, these livestream tickets are quite the steal. Plus, knowing a portion of your ticket price is going toward the Drag Isn't Dangerous fund makes it worthwhile if you're a supporter of the art form.
Originally posted at: Mashable