Peppermint Announces “Letters Live!” Tour Dates Begin July 2

Peppermint Set To Host The GLAAD Media Awards in NYC on May 6 and On The Big Screen in Hulu’s “Fire Island” June 3 Alongside Bowen Yang & Margaret Cho


“Moment of Weakness: Letters To My Lovers”

Volume 2 of her Trilogy Releases -Available HERE


“Broken Home (feat. Jerome Bell Bastien)” Single Available HERE



Los Angeles, CA – April 28, 2022 - Peppermint - the trailblazing actress, singer, reality star, and activist who continues to defy limitations has announced she will hit the road this summer in support of her latest release Moment of Weakness: Letters To My Lovers with live performances throughout July. Fans will get an intimate experience with Peppermint and her band as she takes you on a journey of music and song with selections from Volume 1 & 2 and a few unreleased nuggets from the forthcoming Volume 3 included in the live show as well. All dates are on sale today peppermintonline.com/events


“I'm so proud of this music. I'm proud that I was able to create something that comes directly from the heart and speaks to our community and the issues that affect us, transgender people deserve to experience love and have our story's told publicly. I work hard to create music that would have made the ten-year-old me proud. I'm so excited to get on the road and meet all of my supporters and tell the Stories Behind The Music! This tour is going to be unlike anything I've ever done before!” Love, Peppermint.

Tour Dates


July 2 @ Thalia Hall - Chicago, IL

July 4 @ City Winery – Atlanta, GA

July 8 @ The New Parish – Oakland, CA

July 10 @ Troubadour – Los Angeles, CA

July 17 @ Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR

July 18 @ Chop Suey – Seattle, WA

July 21 @ Ardmore Music Hall – Philadelphia, PA

July 23 @ Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA

July 24 @ (le) Poisson Rouge – Brooklyn, NY


Additionally, Peppermint has released her brand new album Moment of Weakness: Letters To My Lovers.Moment of Weakness: Letters To My Lovers via PEG Records/Warner Music Group/ADA is the second in a trilogy of album releases about the three stages of Peppermint’s most recent relationship and is available HERE


A Girl Like Me: Letters To My Lovers released in October 2020 was the first in the trilogy and featured her steamy single & video, “Best Sex.” The “Best Sex” official music video HERE is available HERE and lyric video HERE The album trilogy took over a year to complete and focuses on Peppermint’s personal diary set to music tackling the subjects of flirtation, lust and love. Moment of Weakness :Letters To My Lovers is the second installment of the trilogy and highlights the point in a relationship when doubts and resentment start to set in. Especially the beginning of the end. “Broken Home” is the first single HERE which features a sultry smooth duet with Jerome Bell Bastien. Watch the live performance of “Broken Home” from Peppermint’s SOLD OUT run of shows at Joe’s Pub in NYC earlier this year HERE.

“Broken Home” is that moment that you know. It's the beginning of the end. Contrary to the feelings expressed every morning, "maybe if we don't go any further we can at least keep things pleasant". says Peppermint.


Track Listing

The Little things – Interlude


Gifts


Crumbs - Interlude


Stat


The fear– Interlude


Moment of Weakness


Rush in -Interlude


Broken Home – feat Jerome Bell Bastien


Last breath - Interlude


Ends In Goodbye

Volume 3 -the final release of the trilogy is expected to be released before the end of the year.


Peppermint is set to host the 2022 GLAAD Media Awards in New York on May 6 and is also nominated for a 2022 GLAAD Media Award in the Outstanding Online Journalism category for her contribution to the Discovery+ “Legendary” series. On June 3, you can catch her on the big screen in the upcoming summer rom-com movie, "Fire Island" alongside Saturday Night Live's Bowen Yang & Margaret Cho premiering on Hulu.

Peppermint’s star continues to rise thanks to her smashing success as the first out trans contestant to be cast on RuPaul’s Drag Race (Season 9) where she finished as runner-up in one of the series’ most-talked-about finales Click HERE. Soon after, her talent led her to become the first trans woman to originate a principal musical role (Pythio) on Broadway in the hit Head Over Heels.


Peppermint can currently be seen on OUTtvgo’s “Translation.” In this weekly roundtable talk series, former contestants of RuPaul’s Drag Race; Peppermint, Jiggly Caliente, Sonique, and Carmen Carrera sit together to discuss various topics including politics and dating as they relate to their trans identities. Season 2 will be announced soon.


In addition, Peppermint co-stars in OUTtv’s, the world’s first LGBTQ+ network, new reality show “Call Me MotherHERE. “Call Me Mother” features drag mothers Peppermint, Crystal (UK Drag Race) and Canadian performer Barbada adopt and mentor up-and-coming drag talent over an 8-week journey as they compete to win the title of “First Child Of Drag” and a $50,000 prize package. More from season one HERE. Season two will begin shooting this spring.


About Peppermint: A longtime key figure in queer nightlife, actress & singer Peppermint regularly performs to sold-out crowds around the world. She has released five albums; Hardcore Glamour, Servin’ It Up, Sugar & Spiked and Black Pepper and A Girl Like Me: Letters To My Lovers available on all streaming platforms - https://bio.to/PEPPERMINT.


Recent projects include; co-starring in OUTtv’s “Call Me Mother” drag competition series, co-hosting Amazon Prime talk show “Translation”, guest starring in Amazon’s “Harlem”, hosting (San Francisco) and presenting (Los Angeles) at the 2020 GLAAD Media Awards, hosting/moderating Black Queer Town Hall with co-creator Bob The Drag Queen, guest appearance on Ryan Murphy’s Emmy award winning series “Pose”, a recurring role on the CBS series “God Friended Me” and a guest role on the Fox scripted drama “Deputy.


Peppermint, who is the ACLU’s first-ever Artist Ambassador for Trans Justice HERE has raised six-figure sums for prominent LGBT rights groups, partnered with MAC Cosmetics’ “M.A.C. AIDS Fund” and is involved in the HIV Vaccine trials network. She partnered with RuPaul Drag Race Winner Sasha Velour for a college speaking tour that focused on the challenges faced by transgender and non-binary people in today’s political climate among various other topics. Peppermint takes every available opportunity to speak at universities and to various communities on the issues.


Peppermint is currently nominated for a 2022 GLAAD Media Award in the Outstanding Online Journalism category for her contribution to the Discovery+ “Legendary” series. Previous honors include; GLAAD Media Award nomination alongside Lady Gaga & Kehlani for Outstanding Music Artist (2021), “Best Songwriter” by World of Wonder’s Wowie Awards 2020, Conde Nast’s “Queeroes” award (2018), Variety’s prestigious “New Power of New York” list, and was named one of Out magazine’s “OUT100” portfolio of the most influential LGBTQ people of the year.


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