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Burra Pride Feast

Feast Festival heads to the mid-north for Burra Country Pride Picnic

Feast is Adelaide’s premier Queer Arts and Cultural Festival, but for queer folk living regionally, there are still opportunities to join in the fun.  Mid North Arts is hosting an LGBTQIA+ Country Pride Picnic in celebration of Pridevember in the mid-north town of Burra.  At the Country Pride Picnic, attendees can browse diverse market stalls, …

But I'm a Cheerleader

‘But I’m a Cheerleader’ to hit big screen as part of Feast Festival

Classic queer film But I’m a Cheerleader will be hitting the big screen again as part of Adelaide’s Feast Festival. Starring a pre-Drag Race RuPaul, Natasha Lyonne, Melanie Lynskey and Clea DuVall, But I’m a Cheerleader has earned cult status since its release in 1999. The film synopsis reads: “Megan (Natasha Lyonne) considers herself a typical …

Feast Festival 2023 Launch

Feast Festival 2023: Bigger, bolder and more colourful than ever!

Adelaide’s Feast Festival is returning this November and it’s set to be bigger and better than ever. Feast Festival is set to transform Adelaide into Australia’s epicentre of premier art and cultural performances between 1-19 November. South Australia’s premier LGBTQIA+ event welcomes artists from across the globe, including superstar queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race USA …

Mary's In the Park

Marys In The Park: A queer pop music festival is coming to Adelaide

South Australia’s first ‘Loud and Proud’ pop music festival will be bringing an epic lineup of pop royalty and some of the world’s biggest names in Drag to the Adelaide Parklands this November. Festival goers are promised drama, death drops and pop music like you’ve never experienced it before as Marys In The Park takes …

Izzy Hodgson captain of Adelaide United

‘Like a second coming out’: Izzy Hodgson on being a queer footballer

Adelaide United’s team captain Izzy Hodgson discusses the important legacy of queer women in football in the wake of Josh Cavallo’s one-year anniversary of his own viral coming-out video. Speaking to QNews, Hodgson talks about how Cavallo’s coming-out has ignited the conversation around queer representation in football, and almost felt like her own “second coming …

Feast Festival Adelaide 2023

Check out the best of this year’s Feast Festival program

This year, Feast Festival is celebrating 25 years of queer joy.  Feast is Adelaide’s premier Queer Arts and Cultural Festival and this year will feature over 100 events throughout ‘Pridevember’-  Feast’s month-long celebration of inclusivity and queerness. “In its 25th year, Feast continues to welcome participation from all LGBTIQ+ artists and event organisers,” Feast General …

Queer elders share their stories in ‘The Rainbow Monologues’

The Rainbow Monologues invites you to join a group of LGBTQIA+ elders as they open up about significant moments in their lives.  A collaboration between the State Theatre Company, Feast Festival and ECH, The Rainbow Monologues will feature a diverse range of stories from LGBQTIQ+ elders. Actor and the Rainbow Monologues facilitator Matt Hyde said …

Kween Kong

Kween Kong to host Feast Festival Celebration Gala

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Feast Festival, drag superstar Kween Kong is set to host a special celebration gala.  Kong, a Tongan and Samoan dancer and choreographer will be back at Adelaide Festival Centre after finishing in the top 3 of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under. “I am beyond excited to return home to celebrate …

feast festival bent stage show theatre

Five things you can still see and do at South Australia’s Feast Festival

Organisers of South Australia’s Feast Festival say the annual LGBTIQ event is “bouncing back” from the interruption of COVID-19 shutdown with plenty of safe entertainment still on offer. Feast was sadly forced to cancel its annual Picnic in the Park event due to the short-lived statewide COVID-19 lockdown. The event usually attracts around 3,500 people …

feast festival picnic

Feast Festival Picnic in the Park cancelled: other events proceed

Government restrictions implemented because of the recent COVID-19 cluster in South Australia, have seen the Feast Festival Picnic in the Park cancelled. Picnic in the Park is the closing event of the annual LGBTIQ+ Queer Arts and Cultural Festival. The event, previously scheduled for Sunday 29th November, is one of the LGBTIQ+ and allied communities most …

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