August 20, 2014
Brisbane Pride Fair Day returns to New Farm Park on 20 September 2014 and is shaping up to be even better than last year. The day will kick off with the traditional Rally and March down Brunswick Street to the rainbow flowering arches of New Farm Park, where gates will open from 10:30 am.
Once again there’ll be a main and community stage featuring incredible local and national talent, Mr and Ms Pride competitions, Brisbane’s best DJs and our traditional Pet Parade. Brisbane Pride Festival is excited to announce that Ryan Amador will also be appearing at Pride Fair Day to perform his song “Define Me” the inspiration behind this year’s Pride Festival theme “Define Me: More Than A Label”.
Our Queer Beer tent returns, there’ll be incredible food stalls and an array of market and community stalls to delight, entertain and inform you.
When: Saturday, 20 September 2014
Time: 10:30am – 5:30pm
Where: New Farm Park, Corner of Brunswick Street and Sydney Streets, New Farm
Members will receive free and express entry – watch for an email telling you how to download your ticket.
Prices for this year’s Fair Day:
$ 25 + p & h – Adult Fair Day Ticket + Pride Membership
Enjoy discounts to Brisbane Pride Events, free and express entry to Fair Day and exclusive member’s offers
$20 – Adult Fair Day Ticket (Non Member)
$15 – Concession
(Pensioner Card, Senior’s Card, DVA Repatriation Health Card (Gold), Student Photo ID)
$5 – Child (6-12 years)
Free – Child 5 Years and under
Free – Volunteers (If interested in volunteering, please contact email@example.com)
August 11, 2014
Brisbane Pride Festival announces 2014 media partnership with Queensland Pride magazine
Brisbane Pride Festival is excited to announce that Queensland Pride is producing the ‘Pride Guide’ for the Brisbane Pride Festival 2014.
A long-time supporter of the Brisbane Pride Festival, Queensland Pride is published by Evo Media, a national media company focusing on the LGBTI market.
The new partnership will enable Brisbane Pride Festival to cement its position as the leading LGBTI cultural festival in Queensland, reaching the state’s diverse LGBTI communities with extensive and regular coverage of the 2014 festival in Queensland Pride.
Under the partnership, coverage of Brisbane Pride Festival news and events will also be featured on Queensland Pride’s digital platform, GayNewsNetwork.com.au.
Coverage of Brisbane Pride Festival will also be featured in other Evo Media state titles, including SX Magazine (Sydney), Melbourne Community Voice (Victoria) and Blaze (South Australia), further enabling Brisbane Pride Festival to reach LGBTI communities around the country.
Brisbane Pride Festival President, Peter Black, said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with Queensland Pride for the 2014 Brisbane Pride Festival. We look forward to delivering fantastic events this year and with Queensland Pride spreading the word, along with other Evo Media titles throughout Australia, it will help ensure the festival’s continued and growing success.”
Queensland Pride editor Andrew Shaw said the magazine was delighted to cement its ongoing and supportive role with the Brisbane Pride Festival.
“Brisbane Pride Festival, with its iconic Fair Day at New Farm Park, is building a reputation for excellence at home and interstate, and Queensland Pride is proud to be part of that progress.
“As principal media partner, we’ll be keeping our readership informed in print and online about how they can get the most out of Brisbane Pride Festival 2014.”
Brisbane Pride Festival runs throughout September, with Fair Day being held on Saturday 20 September.
For more information, contact Peter Black, President of the Brisbane Pride Festival on 0421 636 496.
To discuss advertising in Pride Guide, contact Adrian Poole, Queensland Account Manager on 421 807 541.
June 17, 2014
Brisbane Pride Festival, along with sponsors, Brisbane City Council, the Queensland Council of Unions, Robert Cavallucci MP for Brisbane Central and Assistant Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Labor Senator for Queensland, Claire Moore and team, would like to congratulate the following winners of this year’s Queen’s Ball.
Activist of the Year
Adult Venue of the Year
Artist of the Year
Licensed Venue of the Year
The Sportsman Hotel
Community Social Group of the Year
Brisbane Lesbian and Gay Pride Choir
Young Achievement Award
Performer of the Year
Regular Event of the Year
Volunteer of the Year
Media Personality of the Year
DJ of the Year
Annual Event of the Year
Big Gay Day
Drag Performer of the Year
Community Support Group of the Year
Lifetime Achievement Award
Obviously we’d also like congratulate everyone who was nominated as well as the community for making the event the marvel that it was. We hope to see you next year.
June 6, 2014
Voting has now closed for the 2014 Queen’s Birthday Ball Awards.
The winners of the awards will be announced at the Queens Ball on Sunday 8 of June at City Hall.
There are still a few tickets available for sale. Information about tickets and sales are available here. Tickets will not be available for purchase on the door.
May 16, 2014
Voting is now open for the 2014 Queen’s Birthday Ball Awards!
Nominations for the 2014 Queen’s Birthday Ball Awards were sought from the community and were then considered by the Queen’s Birthday Ball Awards Nominating Committee. The process is set out in the Queen’s Birthday Ball Awards Policy and Procedure that was adopted by the Board of the Brisbane Pride Festival on 24 March 2014. This year the Queen’s Birthday Ball Awards Nominating Committee included Brisbane Pride President Peter Black, Vice President Shaz Gerchow, Committee Member Drew Thomas and community members Jan Thwaites and Patrick Kay. Brisbane Pride would like to thank them for assisting us in choosing finalists for the Queen’s Birthday Ball Awards.
The Queen’s Birthday Ball Awards Nominating Committee was very impressed by the number and quality of nominations received this year. Over 1000 nominations were received across the categories, highlighting the outstanding contributions made by so many people and organisations across the LGBTIQ community. You can download the finalists in each category here.
This year’s Queen’s Ball will be held at Brisbane City Hall on 8 June 2014. Information about tickets and sales are available here.
You can vote for the Queen’s Birthday Ball Awards until 5pm on Friday 6 June 2014. The winners of the awards will be announced at the Queen’s Ball on Sunday 8 June at City Hall.