What makes this event something to crow about is not only the proud-as-a-peacock performers from all across Idaho, Utah, Oregon and Washington covered in feathers, but that proceeds benefit the ISGCI Scholarship Fund, which helps young gay and lesbian college students with tuition.
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Princess Andrea Morgan of the ISGCI said the Feather Extravaganza is one of their most anticipated events of the year. "Because everyone is wearing feathers," he said, "it's like Vegas. If you've never been to a [drag] show before, this is the one to see."
Cover is $10, the show starts at 8 p.m. and it is open to all performers. Protocol (sign-up) is from 6:30-7:30 p.m. and feathers are required. The event is non-smoking.