Dinner, Drinks & Drag Kings with Love Thrills

3rd August
Maleny Lane, 38 Maple Street, Maleny

Friday August 4pm-7pm

Get yourself ready for After-dinner Mintz - Burlesque with this pre-show event! Click here for tickets for Love Thrills.

Join Love Thrills for dinner, drinks and drag on Saturday August 3rd at Maleny Lane before the burlesque event - this event takes place just across the street from the Maleny Community Centre!

This event has adult content and themes, so we recommend ages 16+

About the artists:

Love Thrills is a sunny coast rock band covering songs about queer love, hook ups, break ups and make ups.

Tyler Turn’emOn is a high energy king who is bound to get you dancing. Honing his craft over the last 15years, Tyler knows how to work his audience and have them screaming for more.

Busting through the drag atmosphere at an alarming rate is the drag baby, Wild King Quinn! The Wild King doesn’t take himself too seriously about taking himself seriously. Bringing an extraterrestrial charm to glam rock, peacocking his silly way across the stage in an attempt to bond with the earthlings, while making them laugh, and swoon with confusion at his magnetic presence.

Crockey's signature style blends house, trance, and party tunes, igniting the dance floor with pulsating energy, seamless transitions, and infectious beats, creating a euphoric atmosphere that captivates the crowd and keeps them moving all night long.

Terms and Conditions:

  • Mature themes, language and content - parental guidance recommended for under 16s.
  • People with accessibility needs: up to 500 metres to car-parking; entry ramp; priority seating; accessible toilets; no hearing loop at this event.
  • Alcohol sales and consumption restricted to the venue for ticket holders 18 years and over.


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