Experience a one-of-a-kind brunch hosted by a drag queen star at a very popular fast food restaurant in Illinois.

Why Do People Suck?

Do you ever wonder to yourself, "why do some people suck?" Unfortunately, I do quite a bit and it gets me down. I can't understand why there are so many closed-minded and hateful humans in this world.


When I saw the post about a drag brunch, I thought it was an amazing idea. What a great way to entertain customers while educating them about different lifestyles. Plus, throw in some food and you've got a winning combination.

Drag queen wearing a green gown with sequins.

Of course, people immediately started complaining about it. I understand not everyone has the same beliefs but if it's not your thing, then just don't go. Nope, they can't be civil about it. They have to throw a fit like a little kid.

Alright, I'll get off my soapbox and will tell you about this fun event.

What Is The Drag Brunch?

According to tacobell.com,

Taco Bell is rolling out the purple carpet for a new immersive fan experience: Drag Brunch.

Starting in May, fans across the United States will be able to participate in “Taco Bell Drag Brunch,” a one-of-a-kind experience coming to Taco Bell Cantinas in select cities.

Each show will be hosted by the fabulous drag performer and taco extraordinaire, Kay Sedia, and feature performances from local queens and kings that will transform any morning from Mild to Fire!

If You Want To Check Out The Taco Bell Drag Brunch

The Taco Bell Drag Brunch Tour will be making a stop this Sunday, May 22nd at the Taco Bell Cantina in Wrigleyville. It is located at 107 West Addison Street in Chicago. Two shows at 10 am and 12:30 pm (75 minutes long). Guests must be at least 18 years old.

The event includes a show hosted by drag star, Kay Sedia, and local drag queens. Taco Bell breakfast menu items will be served. There is no cover charge but reservations are required. To book a spot, HERE.

For more info, HERE.

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