Drag Race favourite Adore Delano is coming back to the UK to star in the Halloween Bubble Ball tour, hosted by Victoria Secret.
The Manchester-based promoters of the tour, Holy T, have confirmed the Nightingale Club in Birmingham as one of the venues in which the artist will perform, as well as at venues in Sheffield, Nottingham; Liverpool, London and, on Halloween night itself, Manchester.
Holy T spokesperson commented: "Due to government guidelines, Adore has agreed to quarantine for two weeks upon entry to the country prior to the UK tour starting.
"Unfortunately, at this current moment in time, we are unable to visit Scotland, Ireland or Wales. As things change day by day, we will continue to look to schedule Adore for these destinations as and when we are allowed to do so safely.
"Attendees will be required to follow the guidelines set out by ourselves and the venues. Everyone will be required to attend each show with a face mask. However, you do not need to wear your face mask while sat at your table, but we do require this for you to be seated and for use of toilets etc. Hands must be sanitised on arrival and temperature checks will be in place. This is for your safety as well as the safety of our staff and performing artists.
"In addition, each person will be required to complete a track & trace form prior to arrival to the show, to ensure that we may get you seated as efficiently as possible.
"Tickets will be allocated to household/social bubbles. Tables of two to six will be available, dependent on each venue. Times of arrival will be in the description for each ticket, and you are asked to arrive at the specified time so that we may seat you as safely and easily as possible."
Meet & Greet Tickets will be sold as tables and not on an individual basis. The Meet & Greet will be socially distanced, meaning customers must remain one metre away from the artist at all times.
Adore Delano will perform at The Nightingale Club on 28 October.
Tickets for the tour go on sale next Friday (4 September).
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