Drag Star Jinkx Monsoon Is Headed To Carnegie Hall

RuPaul’s Drag Race meets Carnegie Hall.

Exciting news for Jinkx Monsoon fans: the Drag Race legend is headed to Carnegie Hall!

She announced a headline show at the historic venue in a recent Instagram post, much to her fans’ delight. The show will take place on Valentine’s Day 2025 as part of Carnegie Hall’s newly unveiled 2024-2025 season.

The official title and poster for the show have not yet been released but a teaser shows Monsoon singing in a clamshell a la the goddess Venus. She wrote that the one-night-only event will feature her original songs and covers across many genres including cabaret, show tunes, rock and pop.


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“I’m absolutely ecstatic to announce that the Carnegie Hall 2024/25 season has just been unveiled, and I’ll be making my Carnegie Hall debut with a special one-night only concert show! I truly don’t know what to say— my whole life, I’ve listened to my idols’ voices as they sung on the stage of Carnegie Hall… and now I get to join them in the pantheon? All I know is, I’m thrilled and humbled and READY! ” she wrote on Instagram.

This isn’t Monsoon’s first time gracing a legendary NYC theater institution’s stage. She made her Broadway debut in 2023 in Chicago when she played Matron “Mama” Morton for a 10-week run. Her performance was met with overwhelmingly positive reviews.

She made an appearance on the season 15 finale of Rupaul’s Drag Race to perform her character’s most famous song “When You’re Good To Mama.” Ru showed footage of a young Monsoon telling Drag Race producers that her dream is to one day to be on Broadway. An emotional Monsoon acknowledged a dream come true.

Additional information about Jinkx Monsoon’s upcoming show at Carnegie Hall can be found here. Subscriptions to the Carnegie Hall’s 2024-2025 season are available now. According to Monsoon’s Instagram post, fans will have the opportunity to purchase individual tickets for her show starting August 12.

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