The best in the drag business are packing their outrageous outfits and hip pads, bound for Los Angeles for DragCon 2018. The three day performance and award-winning events, including attendees getting the chance to reserve tickets for the Season 10 Finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race.

DragCon LA is advertising as the only way to reserve audience seating for the Season 10 Finale for RuPaul’s Drag Race, with links for limited ticked provided once the DragCon LA ticket is purchased. The airing date of the finale has yet to be announced.

This convention is every drag star’s dream come true with vendors for the hottest wigs, makeup, and costumes. With many big-name drag stars in attendance to meet with fans and is a family-friendly event welcoming children with a Kid Zone.

There will be drag competitions and performances from many of RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants. Many fans will have a chance to meet their favorite drag star with signings and photo opportunities, not to mention amazing performances.

Hottest makeup and costume tips will be revealed through the variety of panels with top drag stars. The panels will also discuss topics of the drag industry and will give fans a chance to have their questions answered through a Q&A session.

Some panels include ‘Fashion Photo’ with Raja and Aja, discussing top photo taking tips for the perfect shot. Jinx Monsoon and Kamikaze Monsoon (aka Nick Sahoyah) will have a ‘Cool Mom’ panel, discussing parenting while living life as a drag star.

The panel ‘Guess Who’s Back in the House: Returning Queens’ will feature Cynthia Lee Fontaine and Eureka O’Hara, who will be discussing the challenges and perks of the added experience in re-joining the Drag Race competition.

Drag stars can also be seen through the parties for the event, including meeting the first winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars, Chad Michaels. There will be chances for new drag artists to strut their stuff through one of the runway contests and lip-sync contests.

There will be a panel on the upcoming Drag episode of The Simpsons, when Marge discovers the world of drag with RuPaul as a guest star. The writer for the The Simpsons, Tress MacNeille, shares how she’s a huge Drag Race fan and how fem-positive message of drag can empower women.

Check out the videos above to see some of the best events from LA DragCon.