Famed NYC drag festival Wigstock returned in force over Labor Day Weekend for its first big event in more than 15 years, thanks to Neil Patrick Harris and co-creator Lady Bunny. Held at South Street Seaport's Pier 17 on Saturday, Wigstock featured over 50 drag performers, including Harris himself who reprised his role as Hedwig (with Lena Hall reprising her role as Yitzhak). "What's up bitches?," he greeted the crowd before launching into classic song "Origin of Love." Watch video of that, and check out a few other instagrams from Wigstock 2018, below.

Meanwhile, the 2018 edition of annual drag festival Bushwig happens this weekend (9/8 & 9/9) at Knockdown Center:

Earth's favorite queer festival returns to the Knockdown Center for 23 hours of over 160 performers and non-stop drag, live music and DJ sets from legendary and rising children of New York and the world!

Close out summer 2018 in Bushwig's magical playground featuring two stages of drag, DJs, live music and dancing. Plus, BushSwag vendors area - SHOPPING! Delicious local food vendors, ice cold drinks from SIX+ bars, Cheeky darkroom, VIP Kiki-lounge, friendly LGBTQ security & FREE direct shuttle bus from the Jefferson L station to the venue!

Tickets for Bushwig 2018 are on sale and more info on the two-day fest is here.

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