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Ourmarch
Registrations open tomorrow! For the first time in the festival’s nine-year run, Auckland Pride will be expanded out to be a near month-long celebration.  Auckland Pride Festival 2021 will run from February 3-28.  The festival says the expansion is a “testament to the growth of Aotearoa's largest pride festival” but hints that there may...
Ourmarch
OurMarch 2020 Saturday 8 February The second annual OurMarch was lead by legendary queer kiwi activist Ngahuia Te Awekotuku MNZM. Ngahuia was followed by a group representing Pride in the Cook Islands, where homosexual acts still remain illegal.  There was also a notable visibility of corporates within this year’s march. Among them,...
Our Party
OurParty 2020 Saturday 8 February   The first annual OurParty took over Aotea Square following OurMarch. Despite notable names from kiwi music (including Lips and Lontalius) playing the main stage, most of the crowd migrated to the dance stage which was 'manned' by DJ's K8 Barnes and Kylie Monogamy who kept the...
Play
express chats to Alex Walker, Zak Enayat, Liam Coleman, and Tom Sainsbury about ‘Play’ as they explore the modern-day gay scene of dating and relationships in 2020. 'Play' Which is Directed by Tom Sainsbury is described as a snapshot of what gay/bi men experience when finding love and lust with...
Auckland goes Loud and Proud
Join the fun and celebrate pride at Auckland Council’s Proud Centres, a series of over 150 FREE activities across Tāmaki Makaurau. The free activities will take place at 23 Arts, Community and Events Venues as part of Auckland Pride Festival 2020. The activities will run between 31 January to 16...
Auckland’s two separate Pride organisations will each produce a Pride Festival; giving us a full month of Pride celebrations in February but no full-scale parade. Auckland Pride has announced key dates for their festival including the return of the Pride Gala (1 Feb) and OurMarch (8 Feb) which will be...
Following their recent AGM, Auckland Pride have formally announced the arrival of Max Tweedie to their new Director of Pride position, Duncan Matthews as their new Treasurer and the return of Cissy Rock to their Board as Chair. At just 21 years of age, Max Tweedie has scored the...
A working group has been set up to explore the possibility of establishing a new Auckland Pride festival The ‘Rainbow Community Working Group’ has been launched with the aim to undertake LGBTIQ+ community events which will “be inclusive for everyone for 2020 and beyond.” The group has established a Facebook...

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