PRN: Kylie Minogue at Sydney Mardi Gras - Photos
Kylie Minogue at Sydney Mardi Gras - Photos
SYDNEY, March 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
KEY FACTS ABOUT SYDNEY MARDI GRAS 2012
Kylie Minogue and Sydney Mardi Gras
About Sydney Mardi Gras 2012
Other Sydney Mardi Gras events:
Mardi Gras Drag Races on Bondi Beach Friday 2 March, 5pm. Sydney's world-famous beach became a chaos of high hair, heels and extravagant swimwear as Sydney's drag queens and kings emerged to battle for honours in the 14-year-old competition. New for 2012: the Dainty Dune Dash and Handbag Discus.
Sydney Mardi Gras Parade, 7.45pm, Saturday 3 March.
Once seen, never forgotten, Mardi Gras Parade is an after-dark rainbow extravaganza of spectacular costumes, wild dancing and sheer joy winding its way through the streets of the CBD, Darlinghurst and Paddington.
Sydney Mardi Gras Party, 10pm-8am, Entertainment Quarter, Saturday 3 March.
There's nothing to match the scale of the Sydney Mardi Gras Party... and 2012 is the biggest. The streets and buildings of the Entertainment Quarter have been transformed into a theme park - Mardigrasland - where more than 15,000 revellers will experience music, dance and extraordinary acts including RuPaul, Sam Sparro, Chicane and Horse Meat Disco. And a special appearance from this year's most talked about guest: Kylie.
Recovery Party, midday-10pm, The Laneway, Sunday 4 March.
The Laneway is a specially-created Mardi Gras party space embracing two of Sydney's hippest pubs, The Beresford and The Flinders, and Hill Street in between. This maze of good times will host drop-in DJs, pop-up performances and an old school/new school post-party paradise. The aftermath has never been so much fun!
Background on Sydney Mardi Gras:
Sydney Mardi Gras began as a pride event, but came to define the embracing and diverse city of Sydney. It remains the world's most famous showcase of the diversity of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex communities, but has become a broader showcase of the power and beauty of diversity.
Only Sydney has taken its pride event so firmly to its heart, making it the biggest party of the year. Tens of thousands are part of the Parade itself. Hundreds of thousands fill the streets to get a glimpse, whether from the street or one of the premium viewing areas on offer. For further information visit: http://www.mardigras.com.au, http://www.sydney.com
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The 2012 Sydney Mardi Gras Parade can be viewed at http://www.mardigrastv.org.au as of 7.30pm Sunday 4th March courtesy of Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras digital partner Optus.
For Mardi Gras Media Interviews: Katie Hoskins, Marketing & Communications Manager - Parade, Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Tel: Â +61 (0) 423 506404 | Â F: +61 (0) 2 9383 0966 Â E: email@example.com Â | W:Â Â http://www.mardigras.org.au
Destination NSW Media Contact: Diane Glasson, Manager, Destination Publicity and Promotion, Destination NSW, Tel: +61 2 9931 1475, +61 (0) 428 487 585, firstname.lastname@example.org
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