You’re Invited! Get Ready To Secure Your Sydney WorldPride 2023 Tickets

Sydney WorldPride 2023
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Sydney will open its rainbow heart to welcome New Zealand friends next summer, as the city hosts the first WorldPride in the Southern Hemisphere.

From 17 February to 5 March 2023, Sydney WorldPride will celebrate the brightest and boldest from the LGBTQIA+ community and will dazzle you with a glittering global Pride festival, celebrating the beautiful diversity of the Asia-Pacific region.

Think Mega Mardi Gras, with international and local talent descending on Sydney for over two weeks of fabulous festivities!

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As our closest neighbour, you can enjoy much-loved Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras events including the Parade, Party, Laneway and Sissy Ball – as well as a host of one-off Sydney WorldPride events, from major headliners to theatrical performances and community sports.

The 17-day celebration will feature over 300 events – including an all-star opening concert, sizzling Bondi Beach Party, a Human Rights Conference, a First Nations Gala Concert, Pride Villages surrounding the Oxford Street rainbow district, a once-in-a-lifetime Pride March across the Sydney Harbour Bridge, culminating in a music festival-style closing concert.

Sydney WorldPride 2023 MAP

Sydney WorldPride 2023: GATHER, DREAM, AMPLIFY

Sydney WorldPride will introduce the world to our Asia-Pacific LGBTQIA+ communities and see First Nations communities and people from across the region strut their stuff on a global stage.

Right on your doorstep, Sydney WorldPride 2023 will be the family reunion we’ve been waiting for.

Paradiso Pool Party – credit: Jeffrey Feng
Paradiso Pool Party – credit: Jeffrey Feng

Sign up here to get pre-sale access to Sydney WorldPride tickets when they go on sale and to stay up-to-date with headliner reveals and all the latest news.

WorldPride is licensed by InterPride for Sydney 2023.

Haka for Life at Sydney Lesbian and Gay Mardi Gras. Photo credit: Ann-Marie Calilhanna
Haka for Life at Sydney Lesbian and Gay Mardi Gras. Photo credit: Ann-Marie Calilhanna
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