Lexis Redd D’Ville, left, and Kara Mel D’Ville will be performing at a drag brunch Sunday at Big Mike’s Speakeasy in downtown Gulfport. Money raised at the brunch will benefit the upcoming Gulf Coast Equality Festival. The drag brunch sold out of tickets on Friday.
Lexis Redd D’Ville, left, and Kara Mel D’Ville will be performing at a drag brunch Sunday at Big Mike’s Speakeasy in downtown Gulfport. Money raised at the brunch will benefit the upcoming Gulf Coast Equality Festival. The drag brunch sold out of tickets on Friday. Courtesy Alex Weems
Lexis Redd D’Ville, left, and Kara Mel D’Ville will be performing at a drag brunch Sunday at Big Mike’s Speakeasy in downtown Gulfport. Money raised at the brunch will benefit the upcoming Gulf Coast Equality Festival. The drag brunch sold out of tickets on Friday. Courtesy Alex Weems

Drag brunch is sold out, but help still needed to fund LGBT center

March 24, 2017 3:37 PM

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