ADORE DELANO

24 Sep. 2022
1945

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You can book tickets by telephone from Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the following numbers:
- from Belgium, 0900 40 850 (€0.50/min)
- from abroad, + 32 70 660 601 (€0.30/min)

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In 2022, the popular drag queen Adore Delano will embark on a world tour with the 'Party Your World Tour'. On Saturday 24 September she will be stopping at at La Madeleine, where she will be performing her biggest hits and favourite covers live with a full band for the first time! Tickets will be on sale from Wednesday 2 March at 9 a.m.. 

 

Daniel Anthony Noriega, Adore Delano's real name, debuted on international television as a contestant on American Idol in 2008. Daniel quickly became one of the favourites and eventually made it to the semi-finals. Noriega captivated the audience with their strong personality and powerful voice. Something their drag performer Adore Delano is also known for on stage and far beyond.

 

Characterised by striking red lipstick and a mullet-like hairdo, Daniel again captivated hearts two years later (2010) by taking part in RuPaul's Drag Race, which led to the creation of Adore Delano. Delano soon became very popular and deservedly earned a spot in the final. After the passage in the gigantically famous drag queen talent show, Adore turned out to be a musical talent with excessive spirit and passion, which resulted in four successful albums. 

 

Over the years, Adore Delano developed into a superstar and created a diehard fan base. Her millions of followers on social media have showered her with declarations of 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 into a true role model within the drag world and LGBTQIA+ community. Adore doesn't care about pigeonholes and gender, in her opinion it was invented to categorize and control people.

 

Expect a celebration of self-expression and equality, filled with songs that will make your limbs move automatically!

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