Betty Who Brings THE BIG TOUR to Atlanta’s Variety Playhouse With Opener Shea Coulee

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Written and Captured By | Andre Buchanan

Betty Who announced their The Big Tour in 2022, and on March 7th 2023, the show was coming to Atlanta. This wasn’t Betty’s first time in Atlanta. She recently performed at Atlanta’s Pride Festival just a few months ago. Now Betty Who is back to give fans another great show!

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Opening up for Betty Who was the incredible Shea Coulee. You might have seen Shea on RuPauls drag race and will even star in Marvel’s newest series Ironheart. This energetically talented queen has the moves for days. Accompanied by her two backup dancers, Shea destroyed the stage, in heels I might add, without even skipping a beat. Combine that with the magnificent stage visuals and you have yourself one unforgettable set. Shea performed songs from her newest album 8. “NEW PHONE WHO DIS?” is my personal favorite and judging by fans’ reaction, I could say that I’m not the only one who’s in love with this jam.  I can’t wait to witness the great accomplishments that the glamorous Shea Coulee achieves this year! 

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This was my first experience witnessing Betty Who live, and I can honestly say that I was so excited. I’ve heard from numerous people that Betty Who puts on an amazing show so my anticipation was at an all time high! As the lights dim, the crowd yells for the time of Betty Who! Coming out in a red suit Betty Who hits the stage performing her song WEEKEND from her album BIG! Off the bat  I understood why everyone was in love with Betty. The charisma, the energy and the voice is all there. Betty also had two dancers with her that put their heart and sweat on the stage.

The last song performed was I Love You Always Forever which is a cover originally written by Donna Lewis. The energy in the room was big and I honestly have to say that I am obsessed with Betty Who. 

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Andre Buchanan