Dracula’s Drag Show 

If Twilight and True Blood have taught us anything about modern-day vampires, it's that they tend to be ridiculously good-looking.

Hot vampires (and a few drag queens) will be everywhere at the "We're Snowed In: Nightmare B4 Christmas" benefit party at Café Ole on Saturday, December 4th. The theme for this 8th annual Halloween-themed holiday party benefiting Friends for Life and Hope House is "Dracula's Christmas."

Headlining the drag-show entertainment for the evening is Jujubee, a contestant on season two of RuPaul's Drag Race. Jujubee will be joined by a lineup of local drag queens and kings.

Attendees are encouraged to re-use their Halloween costumes (vampire or not) or come dressed as Christmas characters. The best costume will net a $100 cash prize, and runners-up will receive gift certificates. If you opt out of dressing up, the party's organizers will see to it that you have something festive to wear.

"Everyone who walks in the door gets a pair of glow-in-the-dark fangs," organizer Shane Jeffers says.

DJs Tree, Mary Jane, Steve Anne, Lil' Eggroll, and Nathan Ashby will provide the music, and there's even an all-you-can-eat buffet with everything from hot wings and shrimp cocktail to Christmas ham.

"We're Snowed In: Nightmare B4 Christmas" Benefit Party, Café Ole, Saturday, December 4th, 9 p.m.-4 a.m. $15 (nrgluv@gmail.com).

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