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Sydney WorldPride Opening Concert: CharliXCX, Kylie Minogue and Jessica Mauboy

Sydney will be headlined by Kylie Minogue and CharliXCX. Jessica Mauboy will also be there World Pride Opening Concert: The massive LGBTQ event arrives in Australia for the first-time

In 2023, Sydney will host the WorldPride festival. The opening concert promises to be a big hit. 

Kylie Minogue, Charli XCX and Jessica Mauboy will headline the Live and Proud gig on Friday, February 24.

The show will also air nationally on ABC TV and ABC iview. 

In 2023, Sydney will host the WorldPride festival. Kylie Minogue (pictured), CharliXCX and Jessica Mauboy will headline Friday’s Live and Proud gig.

The concert will be followed on Saturday, February 25, by the 45th Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

Other highlights during WorldPride include the Human Rights Conference, The First Nations Gala Concert and Pride March.   

After winning the rights to host the WorldPride event in 2019, Sydney will be the first city in the Southern Hemisphere to do so. 

The show will also air across the nation on ABC TV, ABC iview. Charli XCX can be seen 

The concert will be followed on Saturday, February 25, by the 45th Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. Jessica Mauboy is pictured 

Members of InterPride worldwide voted Sydney to host 2023. This will coincide with Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

Montreal and Houston were defeated by Sydney in an overwhelming victory in Athens. The vote was to decide who will host the festival. It is held every two year.

Robyn Kennedy, Chair of WorldPride Committee said that the organisation had acknowledged the efforts of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

After winning the rights in 2019, Sydney will be the first city in South America to host a WorldPride Event.

The event is expected more than a million additional visitors to Sydney and to inject $664 million into Australia’s economy. 

WorldPride can be described as an event that promotes lesbians and gays on an international scale through parades, festivals, and other cultural activities.

The first WorldPride event took place in Rome in 2000. 

The event is expected more than a million additional visitors to Sydney and to inject $664 million into Sydney’s economy

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