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Fair Day is a landmark of the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival, the city's equivalent of our Big Gay Out. Taking place at Victoria Park on Sunday 20 February 2022, the event is a family-friendly rainbow day. One express contributor who attended and told us New South Wales'...
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Sydney Mardi Gras has confirmed the cancellation of one of its most significant events amid the rapid spread of coronavirus in New South Wales. The party, which was scheduled to be held at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion following the ever-popular Parade at the Sydney Cricket Ground, was called off by organisers,...
With COVID 19 restrictions changing the traditional Mardi Gras parade down Oxford street, Sydney welcomed in a new way to celebrate. Levi Joule reports from the event. It was a Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras like no other. In the midst of a global pandemic and restrictions, the traditional parade...
Already in decline, Oxford Street was hit hard by Covid-19 restrictions, now there are fears for Mardi Gras 2021.  Sydney’s once iconic Oxford Street has been described by some locals as a “ghost town” with nightclubs closed indefinitely and pubs and bars placed under heavy restrictions. Social distancing measures and a...
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  Dua Lipa and Kesha offer up stunning Mardi Gras performances, but it was Sam Smith who stole the show at the Mardi Gras Party, Levi Joule reports. It’s hard to describe the energy of the 2020 Mardi Gras Party as anything other than electrifying. The first Mardi Gras party of the...
Now in its 42nd year, this year’s parade was just as spectacular as usual with an array of floats. Levi Joule reports from the parade. Sydney was once more treated to a dazzling display of diversity in a spectacular showcasing of Australia’s LGBT community. 2020’s parade theme was ‘‘What Matters’’ many...
Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras have won their bid to host the international marquee Pride event, WorldPride 2023. Members of the worldwide InterPride network of Pride organisations voted between Sydney, Montreal and Houston as the host city for WorldPride 2023. The final results were Sydney 60%, Montreal 36% and...
With the 2019 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras wrapping up this weekend, organisers have announced that this year's pride parade will start to phase out the use of glitter, balloons, and plastic water bottles. Organisers of the event, that is part of one of the oldest continuously operating LGBTQI organisations in...

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