Valentine’s Day got a little more fabulous at San Bernardino Valley College. This year, campus brought its students together with kings and queens for its Queen of Hearts Drag Show. The two-hour event supporting the LGBTQIA+ Club featured SBVC students performing runway walks and lip-sync routines, clad in colorful wigs, painted faces, and creative costumes. Professional drag performers also headlined the show, including local drag talent Cookie, King Phantom, Ginger Presley, and Chris M. The professional and amateur talent dazzled the room with gender-bending outfits and comedic routines. The SBVC Business Conference Room, decorated in shades of red and oversized playing cards, was packed with campus and community members eager to watch the kings and queens perform. Whether by fishnet stockings or faux facial hair, the heartbreakers and heartthrobs alike made sure to underscore the Valentine’s Day theme. This fabulous drag tradition was co-sponsored by SBVC Arts Lecture & Diversity, TruEvolution, Inland Region Equality Network (IREN), and Chicano Indigenous Community for Culturally Conscious Advocacy (ChICCCAA). The event was the third annual drag show at SBVC, but the first to be held around Valentine’s Day. Prior events, organized during Halloween, were Rocky Horror Picture Show and Disney Horror themed. Due to the excitement surrounding the show, and consequently the high attendance to it, event organizers are enthusiastic about continuing this annual tradition.