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Big Gay Day – Brisbane! | The Guide to being a Social Lesbian

Celebrate everything that’s gay and LGBTI-friendly as well as helping worthy causes at the Big Gay Day street party at The Wickham on Sunday, 12 March.. This welcoming festival, now in its 17th year, will have some fabulous entertainment happening throughout the day, plenty of street food, and three entertainment zones.

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David co-hosts Big Gay Day 2008. Featuring Melissa Tkautz

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Returning to The Wickham in 2019, Big Gay Day is one of Australia’s most loved and welcoming festivals. Bring your squad, share the love, and catch up with friends and make new ones at the biggest, most colourful rainbow event that Brisbane has to offer! Tickets on sale now! VIP tickets include: - Exclusive access to our Pimms VIP Area

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Big Gay Day 2019 is an 18+ event with doors opening at 12pm on Sunday March 10 at 308 Wickham Street in Fortitude Valley. Tickets are on sale now from Oztix. Big Gay Day Brisbane lgbti legal service the wickham

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Big Gay Day 2020 saw over 2,800 people through the doors with a substantial donation raised for LGBTQIA+ charities including The Queensland Aids Council, Brisbane Pride and Open Doors Youth Service. The stages were filled with incredible acts like Sheldon Riley, Emily Williams and a drag extravaganza featuring over 30 of Brisbane’s best drag

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Big Gay Day 2020, Brisbane | Concrete Playground Brisbane

Over the past 20 years, Big Gay Day has raised thousands of dollars for a variety of local LGBTQIA+ charities. This year we have chosen to support the Queensland Aids Council, Australian Transgender Support Association Queensland, Brisbane Pride, Open Doors Youth Service, LGBTI Legal Service and QLife.

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Big Gay Day 🌈 Brisbane’s Biggest and Best Rainbow Festival 🌈 Fundraising for the local LGBTQIA+ community 🌈 Little Gay Long Weekend 2020 Oct 2nd - Oct 4th

Big Gay Day - Brisbane - Eventfinda

Returning to The Wickham in 2019, Big Gay Day is one of Australia’s most loved and welcoming festivals. Bring your squad, share the love, and catch up with friends and make new ones at the biggest, most colourful rainbow event that Brisbane has to offer! Tickets on sale now! VIP tickets include: - Exclusive access to our Pimms VIP Area

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Over the past 20 years, Big Gay Day has raised thousands of dollars for a variety of local LGBTQIA+ charities. This year we have chosen to support the Queensland Aids Council, Australian Transgender Support Association Queensland, Brisbane Pride, Open …

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Big Gay Day 2019 saw over 2,800 people through the doors with $40k raised for LGBTQIA+ charities including The Queensland Aids Council, Brisbane Pride and Open Doors Youth Service. The stages were filled with incredible acts like Sheldon Riley, Emily Williams and a drag extravaganza featuring over 30 of Brisbane’s best drag performers!

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David hosts Big Gay Day 2008. Featuring ABBA cover band.

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Big Gay Day 2019 saw over 2,800 people through the doors with $40k raised for LGBTQIA+ charities including The Queensland Aids Council, Brisbane Pride and Open Doors Youth Service. The stages were filled with incredible acts like Sheldon Riley, Emily Williams and a drag extravaganza featuring over 30 of Brisbane