Buff Faye heads out on her party bus for St. Pat’s Day.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Buff Faye’s 7th Annual St. Patty’s Get Lucky Party Bus will hit the road on March 11, 8 p.m. sharp, from Bar at 316, 316 Rensselear Ave., visiting local LGBT-friendly bars.

Participants will be able to enjoy fellowship, along with the company of Buff Faye and drag divas Ava Laveau and Paige Sanderson.

Passengers’ door covers are free for the entire evening. On one of the stops, “RuPaul’s Drag Race” season seven’s Pearl will be performing at 12 a.m. Additionally, Andrew Christian models Topher and Matt will be on the last stop of the night.

Tickets are $20/advance online and $25/at the door. Space is limited. Check for availability.

Proceeds go to support Campus Pride.

info: campuspride.org/partybus.


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