It's time for celebrations and the Brisbane Pride Fair Day could not have arrived at a better time. TICKETS are $21.73 (all-inclusive of fees) for General Entry; $16.57 Concession Entry; $11.40 Teenagers Entry ages 13-17 years old); & FREE for Kids Entry - ages 0 to 12 years old.
The event will be held at New Farm Park, 1042 Brunswick St, (Cnr Brunswick and Sydney Streets), New Farm on Saturday 2 October 2021 from 10am to 5pm AEST. Come together as New Farm Park transforms into an energetic and fun-filled loud and proud playground. There are live performances, enticing stalls and delicious street food. Full lineup will be announced soon.
The Pride Rally and March at the corner of Ann and Brunswick Streets, Fortitude Valley is on the same day at 10am sharp! It's time to rally up and demonstrate visible, unashamed self-pride, acceptance and equality. Join the March from the corner of the aforementioned streets and proceed down Brunswick Street in to Pride Fair Day in New Farm Park. After the March, all formalities and entertainment on all three stages will commence at 11am at New Farm Park.
The Pride Festival itself has been running since 2 September and will conclude with the Proud Brisbane Pride After Party on Sat 2 Oct from 8.30pm to 3am the following day at The Warehouse at 8 McLachlan Street. Meanwhile, there are still over 10 days of events to enjoy, so be sure to check out the website.
As you can see from the images, a whole lot is going to be happening on the main stage. The current reigning Drag Performer of the year Bebe Gunn will take the main stage to host and perform. Miss First Nations 2019 winner Chocolate Boxx will also be taking to the main stage to host and perform at New Farm Park. The sweet voices gracing the main stage will include Andrew Kirwin, an Australian/Fijian soul artist and producer, based in Nambour on the Sunshine Coast.
Voice like an angel, fierce like queen is B Garret Lyon with his setlist of crowd favourites and originals that explores his experiences of love: love for his family, friends, falling in and out of it, and finding it within himself. A Darumbal and Wulli-Wulli man from Rockhampton, Garret has taken his talents and charm from the country to the world stage. As an original artist, he's a powerhouse pop performer. Headliner Katie Noonan and band will be taking the stage as the cherry on top. A five-time ARIA award-winning artist, Noonan has proven herself to be one of Australia's most hardworking, versatile and prolific artists.
Stay in touch with the Facebook page where you'll find updates and additional lineup announcements or changes. Become a member and never miss out on the news. While you're waiting on this stellar event, go ahead and enjoy the rest of the events still running till 2 Oct 2021 as follows.
24 Sep - Rainbow Group Holiday Launch
25 Sep - Pride Kickboxing
25 Sep - Your Pride Art Show
26 Sep - Pride Skate
29 & 30 Sep - Glitter and Be
1-31 Oct - Black Pride 2021 - North Queensland
2 Oct - Ipswich Pride Debut - Attendance & participation at Brisbane Pride March and Fair Day
2 Oct - Dykes on Bikes Brisbane Pride Rider March; Pride Fair Day & Pride Rally & March