An estimated 300,000 spectators filled the streets to watch over 12,000 participants take part in the world’s biggest celebration of the LGBTQI community, the 40th annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade.
Australia's LGBTQI Party of the year is on Saturday 3 March, 2018. It’s our tribe, our people… our time for excess. Expect big surprises, incredible DJs and entertainers, mind-boggling lighting and extraordinary theatrics… both on and off stage!
A signature event for the 40th anniversary Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras celebrations, the Museum of Love & Protest, launches on Friday 16 February at the National Art School, Darlinghurst.
Magda Szubanski and Joel Creasey join Urzila Carlson and Patrick Abboud to host the 40th Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras on SBS.
Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and supporting partner Google today announce the recipients of the second annual SGLMG Community Parade Grants Program.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 40th Anniversary Magazine hits newsstands this Thursday and we LOVE the amazing cover!
Celebrate #MardiGras40 with the party album of 2018. Includes four decades of Mardi Gras party favourites and much-loved gay anthems.
Mardi Gras is delighted to have received eight nominations for the 78ers Committee, which will ensure that those members of GLBTQI communities who faced horrific treatment 40 years ago will have the opportunity to continue to contribute to the organisation’s future.
2018 is the fifth year that Fair Play, an LGBTIQ community initiative to help partygoers understand their legal rights during the Mardi Gras season, will be helping Mardi Gras party-goers to party safely.
For one night only, clubbers will be transported to a Vogue dancefloor born from the living history of New York’s underground Ballroom scene, featuring New York judge Leiomy, MC Dashaun, performances from MikeQ, Electric Fields, Quay Dash, Angel-Ho & more.
The highly anticipated telemovie RIOT about the first Mardi Gras march in 1978 will screen on ABC and ABC iview on Sunday 25th February at 8.30pm.
You better BELIEVE it! This year’s Mardi Gras Party will be one for the history books!
Each year Mardi Gras works hard to support the original 1978 Mardi Gras marchers – known as the 78ers – and in 2018 we're doing more to honour them than ever before.
We're looking for 40 volunteers from across our 40 year history to be a part of a very special moment in the Parade.
On Saturday 3 March, we’re expecting the Mardi Gras Parade route on Oxford and Flinders Streets to fill to capacity with an estimated 300,000 spectators, watching and cheering on 200 groups involving approximately 12,000 participants.