Feast Festival Pride March and Opening Night Street Party
Four days out from the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey results, members of Adelaide’s LGBTIQ+ community and their allies will march in the name of love, diversity and pride.
The 2017 Feast Festival Pride March – expected to be the biggest yet – kicks off at Light Square at 6.30pm before moving through Morphett and Gouger streets to Victoria Square.
The opening-night party – the festival’s 21st birthday celebration – continues at Feast hub Raj House and on Hyde Street. A packed music line-up features Adelaide festival regulars Electric Fields, Mary’s Divas, DJ MumDad and headliner Joanne (behind ’90s hit Jackie), backed by a bevy of Adelaide drag stars. Expect singalongs in full force.
The 16-day festival includes more than 70 shows across visual art, music, cabaret, theatre, talks and more. It’s supported by Feast ambassadors AFLW Crows co-captain Erin Phillips, visual artist Raymond Zada, and award-winning drag performer Trevor Ashley.
The 2017 Feast Festival runs from November 11 to 26. The opening night party kicks off at 6pm. Tickets are $10 for pre-sale or $20 at the door. Age 15-plus.
For more information and to see the full program, visit feast.org.au/