- Save the date – 2017 PrideFest will be held from 27th October to 25th November. There are already some great events planned!
We would love to hear from you if you are interested in holding an LGBT+ event during PrideFest.
- The Pride WA is having a ‘make-over’ and an important addition is a community events calendar. We would love to promote an event you are running!
Friday 26 May 5.30pm at the
27 or 28 September 2017 – Official launch of Pridefest date and venue to be confirmed.
Friday 27 October 2017 at Connections – this will be the official opening party for Pridefest.
Sunday 29 October 2017 – Fairday at Birdwood Park venue to be confirmed.
Saturday 25 November 2017 – Perth Pride parade.
There will be other events happening well before the Parade stay tuned more information to follow.
- Andrew Barker – President
- Frances Burgess – Senior Vice President
- Jeremy Wray – Vice President
- Curtis Ward – Secretary
- John Hugo – Treasurer
- Tania Giorgetta – Committee Member
- Fiona Maguire– Committee Member
- Karron Swinn– Committee Member
- Roscoe Holyoake– Committee Member
- Michael Della Maddalena– Committee Member
Today Pride WA released a second statement regarding the future timing of one of its main community events, Fairday.
It has been decided by the Committee of Management, to change from the February timing of Fairday and as such Fairday will not be held in February 2017.
Pride WA would like to convey to the community our apologies for the lateness of this news on Fairday not being held in February 2017. We do regret any inconvenience caused as a result.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF
PRIDE WA INC.
WILL BE HELD ON
WEDNESDAY 22 FEBRUARY 2017
Centre for Association Management (CASM)
36 BRISBANE ST PERTH
Pride WA has today released a statement on the future of Fairday following a community forum in September with members of the community to discuss the future timing and cost structure of the event in order to ensure Fairday as an event is financially sustainable.
On November 19th in Northbridge, Pride parade marched through James and William Street for the annual celebration of Pride Festival. Opening to the theme of #lovewins this years’ parade was one of the biggest to date. With over 65 floats on display, the colour, glamour and sequence that accompanied this parade was epic to say the least.
Pride WA is thrilled to announce the theme of Pride Parade 2016 is #LoveWins. The theme of #LoveWins demonstrates that no matter what atrocities happen around us- be they on a local , national or international level, that #LoveWins is a common theme that brings members of the LGBTIQ and wider communities together.