Gay Star News joins Sydney Mardi Gras to mark their 35th year!

Gay Star News can officially announce we are the global news supporters for Sydney Mardi Gras 2013

Gay Star News joins Sydney Mardi Gras to mark their 35th year!
19 November 2012

Taking place from 8 February till 4 March 2013, Sydney Mardi Gras is recognized as ‘the worlds most colourful and outrageous LGBTQI festival’.

Sydney has truly embraced the spirit of pride since it’s launch in 1978. With it being their 35th year, it’s sure to be a memorable occasion, and we’re thrilled to be working together to bring you the latest news and entertainment as it happens.

Tris Reid-Smith, director of Gay Star News, said: ‘What could be more spectacular than this fantastic festival in one of the world’s most stunning cities? This is an undisputed highlight of the gay and trans year and we are so proud to be supporting it.’

How could we forget Kylie’s iconic performance at Sydney Mardi Gras 2012. With artists such as this, can you imagine the spectacle Sydney Mardi Gras will produce for their 35th celebration!

If you can’t join us ‘down under’ for the pride celebration we won’t let you miss out; our correspondents in Australia will be live reporting during the two-week event to bring you all the latest.

Highlights will include Mardigrasland, Harbour Party ’13, Drag Races Fair Day and the parade to name but a few. Well-known sponsors of this two-week event include, Destination NSW, City of Sydney, Air Asia and Gaydar.

Keep checking Gay Star News and Sydney Mardi Gras for all the latest news and updates.

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