St. Petersburg, Fla. –To kick off Pride Month, the Chihuly Collection invites you to join Ms. Bak Lava on Saturday, June 10th for an Adults-Only Drag Queen Show. This celebration will leave you bedazzled in hilarious skits, rainbow attire, and unfathomable flair. This show introduces Pride Month with unrivaled vitality and begs you to come join the fun!
Ms. Bak Lava is a comedic force of beauty known around the Bay Area for her unique flair, her drag queen yoga, and her positive community advocacy. Each ticket grants you a tour with a twist of the Chihuly Collection. You will witness a series of fabulous skits performed by Ms. Bak Lava, along with a reception adorned with music, delicious light bites and colorful cocktails to quench your thirst for festivity.
For just $60 for adults or $55 for Morean members, you can experience this one-of-a-kind show at the Chihuly Collection. The event runs from 5:30PM-8PM, and there are two options for showtimes: 6 or 7PM. The runtime for each show is 50 minutes, and each show has a limited capacity of 30 people.
For more information or to purchase tickets, go to: moreanartscenter.org/glassandglamour/
|Glass and Glamour: Collection Celebration with Ms. Bak Lava – Morean Arts CenterGlass and Glamour: Collection Celebration ft Ms. Bak Lava Join Ms. Bak Lava for her unforgettable celebration of the Chihuly. Enjoy the collection like never before, bedazzled in hilarious skits, loads of feather boas, and unfathomable flair. This Adults-Only Drag Queen Show introduces Pride Month with unrivaled vitality and begs you to come join the […]moreanartscenter.org|
About The Chihuly Collection: The Chihuly Collection presented by the Morean Arts Center is a stunning, permanent collection of world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly’s unique artwork. This presentation is unique as it is the first installation of Chihuly art in a building designed specifically for that purpose so that the art and architecture work together to create a visitor experience unlike any other exhibition of Chihuly’s art. The Collection is marked at the entrance by an iconic 20-foot sculpture created especially for the site.