SAN DIEGO – USofA pageants will present the inaugural Miss Gay Golden State USofA pageant Sun., March 16 in the Lafayette Hotel’s Mississippi Ballroom. The pageant is open to male drag queens and transsexual female impersonators 21 years of age and older, who will compete in evening gown, personal interview and talent.
Miss Gay Golden State USofA will showcase contestants and entertainers from all facets of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. The event will include special numbers from gay male performers, male impersonators, transgendered females and drag queen titleholders.
Entertainment will include Miss Gay USofA 2013, Shae Shae Lareese; Mister USofA MI 2013, Ivory Onyx; Miss Gay USofA Classic 2011, Catia Lee Love; Mister Continental 2014, Kalil Valentino; Miss Gay America 1998, Maya Montana; Miss Gay Pride San Diego 2013, Diamond Sin-Sation; Rupaul’s Drag Race Season Six contestant, Kelly Mantle and many more.
The doors will open for the ballroom at 5 p.m., and Miss Gay Golden State USofA will begin at 6 p.m. with an opening production provided by the bearded lady, Grace Towers.
The prize package for Miss Gay Golden State USofA includes a crown, sash and more than $ 4,000 in cash and prizes.
Both the winner and first alternate will move on to compete at the national Miss Gay USofA pageant in Dallas from May 21-23, 2014.
Since Miss Gay USofA began in 1986, it has grown into one of the largest pageantry systems in the United States. Every year nearly 50 contestants vie for this title in hopes of representing their city and state as one of the top female impersonators in the United States of America.
In addition to the pageant, there will be a revue show at Bourbon Street Saturday, March 15 at 8:30 p.m. at Bourbon Street San Diego featuring Ladonna Monroe, Justice Counce, Kalil Valentino and Miss Gay Texas USofA, Jenna Skyy.
For more information on Miss Gay Golden State USofA visit: http://www.facebook.com/goldenstateusofa/
For more information on Miss Gay USofA visit: http://www.usofa.org/