February 29, 2020 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm Oxford St, Sydney



Let’s Do It Again Newcastle

Newcastle Pride: Sydney Mardi Gras 2020 Parade Float

Newcastle Pride is thrilled to announce we have again been offered a Community Float position in the Sydney Mardi Gras 2020 Parade (Saturday 29th February 2020). The theme for next year’s parade is ‘WHAT MATTERS’

Due to Mardi Gras float restrictions on community floats, we sadly can ONLY offer 80 tickets and therefore tickets will firstly be offered to Current Financial Members of Newcastle Pride. Your Membership Number will be required during the booking process. Tickets will sell extremely quickly once released and can only be purchased individually or in pairs (this is to give everyone the best possible chance to secure a ticket). 

Tickets will cost $80 per person and will include your Parade Entry Wristband, T-Shirt, Water and the experience and memories of a lifetime as you dance and march up Oxford Street cheered on by the enormous crowd of spectators.

NOTE: Limited to 2 tickets per transaction if purchasing 2 tickets individual membership numbers must be entered.

Multiple transactions are not accepted.

Tickets are not refundable and not transferable you must present your ticket and membership card to receive your parade entry wrist band.

A ‘Standby List’ will be developed and we will offer these, if and when, places become available. Those who miss out marching with Newcastle Pride can apply to be participants in a range of other community organisations (like our sister – Central Coast Pride, Gay Pride Australia, PFLAG, Wear It Purple, ACON and R U OK?). To register for the Standby List please email: theteam@newcastlepride.com.au

Newcastle Pride is so excited for members to join us at Mardi Gras 2020!

The sky is the limit and Newcastle Pride is leading the way.


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Thankyou to Bunnings Kotara for donating building materials for float construction
Thankyou to Taubmans Newcastle area for donating all our rainbow paints for the float

Newcastle Pride respectfully acknowledges that our celebrations are held on the traditional Lands of the Awabakal and Worimi peoples. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.