Drag Race performer Adore Delano is traveling the world this year with the “Party Your World Tour. On Saturday, Sept. 24, she will make a stop at La Madeleine in Brussels, where she will perform her greatest hits and favorite covers live with full-band for the very first time!
Daniel Anthony Noriega, debuted on international television as a contestant on American Idol in 2008. Daniel quickly became one of the favorites and eventually made it to the semifinals. Noriega captivated the audience with their strong personality and powerful voice. Something their drag character Adore Delano is also known for on stage and far beyond.
Typified by striking red lipstick and a mullet-like hairstyle, Daniel again enchanted hearts two years later (2010) by participating in RuPaul’s Drag Race, which led to the creation of Adore Delano. Delano quickly became extremely popular, earning a well-deserved spot in the finals. After the passage in the gigantically famous drag queen talent show, Adore emerged as a musical talent with excessive spunk and passion, which resulted in four successful albums.
Over the years, Adore Delano developed into a superstar and created a diehard fan base. As a result, her millions of followers on social media give them so much love. And as icing on the cake, you can see Adore shine in Taylor Swift’s music video for “You Need To Calm Down. Adore Delano grew to become a true role model within the drag world and LGBTQIA+ community. Gender, does not, in her eyes and as a non-binary person, allow people to categorize and control others and especially gender non conforming people.
Expect a celebration of self-expression and equality on stage, filled with songs that will make your body move automatically!
Tickets for Adore Delona at La Madeleine in Brussels on September 24th are on sale now at greenhousetalent.com.
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