$20 for Admission to Arts, Beats & Eats Drag Queen Bingo for Two Labor Day Weekend at Five15 ($40 Value)

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Beverly A. ·
Reviewed December 7, 2014
Just go! You will have a great time.

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Kim E. ·
Reviewed September 5, 2014
It was a great experience! Employees were pleasant and attentive. Moca Mint Frappe was THE BEST! Looking forward to going there again.

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Rita M. ·
Reviewed September 2, 2014
Hilarious! Will definitely go back!

What You'll Get


The Deal

  • $20 for admission to Arts, Beats & Eats Drag Queen Bingo for two on August 29–31 ($40 value)

Drag Queen Bingo and Arts, Beats, & Eats (ABE) weekend special edition provides a great entertainment value. The Special ABE shows include not one, but two National Comedic female impersonator title holders, Miss Trixie Deluxxe and Ginger Minji as they host raucous rounds of bingo as players vie for adult-themed prizes and nibble on pub food.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Sep 1, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Reservations required; subject to availability. Limited seating available. Cancellation notice required 1 week prior; 72 hours notice is required to change the number of attendees. Must be 18 years of age. Valid for Labor Day weekend 2014 shows only. Reservations must be made prior to expiration date. Expired Groupons may be redeemed for the amount paid for any Thursday night show. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Five15


At Five15's weekend bingo matches, players don't come to win a jackpot or to appease their grandmothers. They come for the drag queen hostesses and their good-natured abuse, adult humor, and vivacity. A rotating roster of queens includes Sabin, Carol Lee, and the acerbic comedienne Trixie Deluxxe. Clustered around round tables, sipping smoothies or chai lattes from the full coffee bar, the patrons of Drag Queen Bingo defy categorization—gay, straight, men, women, and even the occasional 90-year-old, according to the Detroit Free Press. Each patron is fair game for the hosts' humorous darts, especially when they pick up their prizes. Historically, adult-themed prizes have included mugs and T-shirts. Detroit Free Press quotes a patron as observing, "It's not my mother's bingo. It's nobody's mother's bingo."

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