Drag Race icon Bimini Bon Boulash to headline Wembley in ‘history making moment’

Bimini Bon Boulash has been a professional drag queen since 2019, after initially training as a journalist. (Bimini/Twitter)

Bimini Bon Boulash is headlining Wembley Arena on New Year’s Eve and suddenly everything feels right in the world.

The Drag Race UK star will perform at Sink The Pink’s ‘Happy New Wig!’ show which promises to be their most “most extravagant, decadent, raucous party to date”.

The event will take place at the London venue on 31 December – of course – and will be co-headlined by popstar Raye.

Fans can get their tickets from 9am on 20 August and they’ll be available from Ticketmaster.

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The people’s princess aka Bimini posted on their Instagram that “this is such a huge full circle moment”, as the club night helped kick off their drag career.


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The caption reads: “I remember going to Sink The Pink when I was 20 and being inspired by all the creativity, chaos and no f**ks given attitude.

“When I won Miss STP (Sink The Pink) in 2019 it helped to shape my career and give me self-confidence and now I’m coming HOME TO PARTY IT UP NEWS YEAR EVE SINK THE PINK STYLE BABY!!!!”

Since placing runner-up on Drag Race UK series two, Bimini Bon Boulash has toured across the country as part of the United Kingdolls, released a solo single and announced their debut book, Release the Beast.

Sink The Pink say the show is “a history making moment” as they follow up some of the biggest names in music to perform at the venue from Britney to Madonna to Beyoncé to Mariah.

“It’s our turn to show them how to really throw a party… let’s end this hellish year by bringing together our wonderful community of misfits in one raucous celebration,” they add.

Sink The Pink tickets

Sink The Pink is a truly iconic night out (Sink The Pink / Facebook)

The renowned LGBT+ club night was founded in 2008 to celebrate diversity as a response to “too many bland and non-inclusive nights out”.

They started out in an East London working men’s club before going on to sell out venues including Brixton Academy and an upcoming UK tour.

The tour is visiting Glasgow, Bristol and Manchester with artists including MNEK, Jodie Harsh and Amanda Lepore on the lineup.

To get tickets for their New Year’s Eve show at Wembley Arena head to Ticketmaster from 9am on 20 August.