Mardi Gras award winner and Brisbane Pride 2021 DJ of the Year – DJ Dolly Llama will be joining Newcastle Pride this year to fire up the foreshore dancefloor with her infectious sound of house music and dance/pop remixes.  Dolly has played some of Australia’s favourite LGBTIQ+ clubs and events including ARQ, The Imperial, Home Nightclub, The Colombian, The Wickam, and Tropical Fruits.  She can’t wait to party with Newcastle and bring her good vibrations to Pride!  

Melbourne based ARIA Club Chart DJ, Argonaut has spent the last fourteen years spinning across the city’s clubs lifting roofs and turning up dance events with his brand of high-energy vocal commercial dance and house music.
Currently holding residencies at iconic queer venues POOF DOOF and Sircuit, Argonaut has played sets for countless Australian LGBTQI+ events across the country. Career highlights to date include playing at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Splendour In The Grass and supporting RuPaul on her Australian tour.

After blasting onto the Sydney Drag Scene in 2018, Danni Issues has proven she’s a staple to the Sydney drag community. 

Being a performer since the age of 8 as a professional dancer and cheerleader, even earning herself the title of Australian Cheerleader of the Year in 2013, it’s clear that Danni is a born entertainer.  After taking the crown in the 2019 Slay 2 Stay competition at Universal Sydney Danni earned her place with management representation by Sydney Drag Royalty along side legends of the Sydney drag scene and stars of Stan original RuPaul’s Drag Race: Down Under.

Since then Danni has made appearances on Channel 9’s Celebrity Apprentice alongside Australian fashion icon Camilla Franks and features on SBS Australia’s Insight. 

Kara Zmatiq, the iconic live singing Drag Queen in Australia, best known for her stellar performances on Australia’s Got Talent, is performing joyous, heartwarming shows filled with glitz and glamour, mesmerising costumes and show-stopping, powerhouse vocals.

Sexy Galexy is a Glitz, Glam, Masc and Fem, a Get Down Boogie man, all wrapped up in a disco-loving, muscle-flexing Glamourboi. With a career spanning nearly 30 years, Sexy has been at the forefront of Drag King equality and passionate about representation and visibility. 

Sexy had success building Drag King scene’s in Sydney, Brighton and Amsterdam and has performed in the US, Japan and Manchester, Stockholm and Belgium Prides. A pioneer in their aesthetic and a leader in the genre, Sexy continues to influence and inspire today’s Drag Kings.


Victoria Anthony is a proud transgender woman and DJ from Sydney, Australia. She’s known for her DJ sets at Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras and her Oxford Street DJ residencies. She is a transgender visibility advocate playing at many queer events around Australia, and the producer of trans cabaret Trans Glamoré. 

The super Drag ‘ King’ of Queen. “I have inside me blood of kings because we are Princes of the Universe. Fat bottom girls are my One Vision.”

A vocal freak with a voice spanning 4 octaves, he has worked in T.V, theatre and radio all over the world, having sung for the likes of Adele and the Beckhams but these days the Kiwi born, Melbourne based diva can be seen belting up storm at festivals, cabaret bars and any venue who will pay his uber fair.