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The Program is long – but so is the Journey – & Its worth it!
The world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, Vivid Sydney takes place in Sydney each year during May with stunning light displays across the city’s most famous landmarks. The gay community celebrate this event with The Heaps Gay Qweens Ball.
Over 23 nights Vivid Sydney will paint the Harbor City in the color and spectacle of Vivid Light, take over Sydney stages with Vivid Music’s electric performances and collaborations, and provide a global forum for thought-provoking debate and creative discussion at Vivid Ideas.
The Heaps Gay Qween’s Ball invites you to don yourself in the most luxurious dress-up an op-shop can provide. Assemble your very own royal queer family and step through the arches of the grandest, fanciest building in town, the Sydney Town Hall for the experience of a lifetime for Vivid Sydney. Spanning two grandiose stages the Heaps Gay Qweens Ball will be feature Qweens in all forms.
“Frankie Says’ will be playing homage to the history of the leather scene in Sydney + 3 vogue houses join forces for a show stopping performance. You can also expect Drag Qweens, burlesques, roaming performances.
Feeling royal? Fall into a world of cloaked luxury for one sensory night of Queer expression at Sydney’s most iconic venue. The Sydney Town Hall!
(Don’t be late, ball starts at 7.30pm sharp)
Dont Miss – The Heaps Gay Queens Ball takes place Saturday, June 9 at 7 PM – 1 AM at Sydney Town Hall.
Gay Map of Sydney
Most of the gay bars are in Oxford street so we have chosen Hotels close to all the gay bars in this area that have high reviews on booking.com
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Video Of Vivid Sydney & The Heaps Gay Qweens Ball
VIVID SYDNEY FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS 2018
Recommended Hotels in Sydney
For clubbing and nightlife, Oxford Street, Darlinghurst/Surry Hills is still the heart of gay Sydney. Most of the hotels we have selected are close to these districts. Newtown, Erskineville and Glebe are worthy of a visit. These villages have great communities, cafes, pubs and eateries. Kings Cross/Potts Point area aslo offers great gay-friendly dining options.