Spectacular Sydney opens its rainbow heart to the world as it 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 Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
Think Mega Mardi Gras, with international and local talent descending on Sydney for over two weeks of fabulous festivities!
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.
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Sydney WorldPride will introduce the world to our dazzling LGBTQIA+ communities and see our First Nations and Asia Pacific communities strut their stuff on a global stage.
Sydney WorldPride 2023: GATHER, DREAM, AMPLIFY
Along with the festivities, Sydney WorldPride coincides with major landmarks in the LGBTQIA+ community’s ongoing struggle for equality.
The year 2023 will mark Australia’s 50th anniversary of the first Gay Pride Week, the 45th anniversary of the first Mardi Gras Parade and 5th year anniversary of Australian marriage equality.
Sydney WorldPride 2023 will be a time for the LGBTQIA+ communities across the globe to come together to listen, learn, protest and party.
WorldPride is licensed by InterPride for Sydney 2023.
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