Mardi Gras Parade Gay&lesbian
Sydney, Sydney ,
What began as a protest march in 1978 is now one of the world's biggest gay pride events and one of Sydneys most loved celebrations.
Join us on March 3rd, from 7.45pm for a night-time spectacular that stops Sydney, as 9000 people make their way down Oxford and Flinders Streets in a colourful, outrageous demonstration of LGBTQI pride. 300 000 spectactors line the Darlinghurst streets to watch the glittering procession of exotic costumes and political slogans.
Grab a spot on the sidelines or watch the parade from the balcony of an Oxford St bar. Cheer as Dykes on Bikes rev their engines at the front of the parade and copy the dance moves of the Asian marching boys. See gay and lesbian police officers march alongside student pride groups, and Jewish and Arabic gays and lesbians, mix with queer lifesavers from Bondi Beach!
Want to participate in the Parade? Click here to download a copy of the Parade Entrant Kit.
Need information about getting to the Parade and the best spots to watch? Click here for information about the Parade route.
Don't want to battle the crowds?
Read on to find about GLAMSTAND, the best place to watch the world famous Parade in style and comfort.
GLAMSTAND is the best place to watch Sydney's world famous Mardi Gras Parade in style and comfort.
Located in leafy Centennial Parklands, on the corner of Moore Park Road and Anzac Parade, GLAMSTAND is so much more than just the Parade.
There's a range of premium view options where you can party the Parade away in a beautiful setting, complete with fine food, glamorous bars, and all the amenities you need for a fun and comfortable Parade experience.
Australia's first lady of house, the internationally celebrated Kate Monroe, is your host and DJ. Kate leads a fantastic pre-Parade entertainment line-up exclusive to GLAMSTAND.
GLAMSTAND is simply the most fabulous way to enjoy the Mardi Gras Parade.
Click here to buy tickets and get all your GLAMSTAND information.
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