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Encore, Aug. 26
Streisand returns to Broadway with an LP of duets from classic shows with Hollywood stars like Daisy Ridley and Anne Hathaway. The LP follows the gay icon’s 10-date tour, where she’ll perform for two nights in her hometown of Brooklyn.
Title TBD, Late Summer
After her 2015 debut peaked at No. 3 on the dance charts, the RuPaul’s Drag Race season 5 star is returning with another set of hilarious and raunchy club-wreckers that she describes as “frivolous and fun and a little filthy at times.”
Title TBD, Fall
The Queen of New Orleans Bounce has gone mainstream with a Fuse TV show and an appearance on Beyoncé’s “Formation,” an experience she describes as “one of the best moments forever.” She’ll return with a new genre she’s calling BDM, a.k.a. bounce dance music.
The Suburbia Tour, Starts Oct. 16
The 21-year-old synth-pop wunderkind is touring this fall to support his excellent debut album, Blue Neighbourhood. A portion of ticket sales will go to the Ally Coalition, which funds LGBT causes. “We’re trying to make the experience more LGBT-friendly,” Sivan has said.
MEmphis Rock and Soul, Fall
The iconic lesbian singer-songwriter will honor her roots with this set of tracks paying tribute to Memphis’ Stax Records label. She’ll include interpretations of songs by the Hodges Brothers and Otis Redding.