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Sissy Ball

Sissy Ball

Step into the illustrious world of queer ball culture as we unite Australia’s boldest houses to see who shines brightest at Sissy Ball. Our glam throwdown will be upping the ballroom game this year too, making its debut at the opulent Sydney Town Hall. Celebrating self-expression, identity, fluidity and finesse, it's time to showcase our thriving ballroom scene with legendary house battles, music, DJs and phenomenal performing artists.

Want to up the glam? Treat yourself to the ultimate Sissy Ball experience with a VIP ticket, giving you exclusive access and premier seating in the upper gallery.

Please note: we do not recommend purchasing tickets from unauthorised ticket sellers, such as Viagogo, eBay, Queen of Tickets, Stubhub or Gumtree. Individuals who buy through these methods do so at their own risk as they cannot be 100% verified as genuine and not copies.      

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, who are the traditional owners of the land this event will take place on. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.

Mardi Gras is working closely with NSW Health and the venue to deliver a COVID-Safe event. In line with the current health orders around large-scale events, we will require all participants, attendees, and staff over the age of 16 to show proof of vaccination or a valid medical exemption. You can read our COVID-Safe FAQs here.

Laugh Out Proud

Laugh Out Proud

Silence your phones and grab your cocktails, the camp comedy event of the year is about to begin. Shining bright from Enmore Theatre, the one-night-only showcase will bring you a melting pot of fan favourites, funny faithfuls, and rising stars of the Australian queer comedy scene. 

Following sold-out shows in 2020 and 2021, snap up your tickets to the queerfully picked and appropriately outrageous Laugh Out Proud.

Please note: we do not recommend purchasing tickets from unauthorised ticket sellers, such as Viagogo, eBay, Queen of Tickets, Stubhub or Gumtree. Individuals who buy through these methods do so at their own risk as they cannot be 100% verified as genuine and not copies.      

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, who are the traditional owners of the land this event will take place on. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.

Mardi Gras is working closely with NSW Health and the venue to deliver a COVID-Safe event. In line with the current health orders around large-scale events, we will require all participants, attendees, and staff over the age of 16 to show proof of vaccination or a valid medical exemption. You can read our COVID-Safe FAQs here.

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