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Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade: 5 x prop makers needed

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What: Gig Buddies Sydney @ Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade

(prop makers will not be at the actual Mardi Gras event)

Tell me more about the event: Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is one of Australia’s most famous and well-loved events, bringing thousands of visitors to Sydney to join in the celebrations. It captures the imagination of Australia’s LGBTQI and mainstream communities, taking over the city for weeks on end, culminating in the world-famous Parade: a colourful and dazzling night of pride, celebration and self-expression.

For the first time ever we’ll be marching in the parade, and we’re calling on the Gig Buddies Sydney community to join us as we show support for the LGBTQI+ community and celebrate diversity.

For more information about the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, load up the following link:

How can I play a part? For those who can’t make the event, but want to get involved: we’re on the hunt for five prop makers who can assist us in designing ribbons and placards. More information about this will be posted in early February

Where is the Mardi Gras Parade taking place?: Sydney Cricket Ground, Driver Ave, Moore Park NSW 2021 (see map below)

When is it taking place? Saturday 6 March

How much does it cost to attend? This is free to attend

What time does the event start and finish? This is to be confirmed - we’ll make an announcement early February

What time do we meet? To be confirmed. We’ll make an announcement early February

Where do we meet? To be confirmed. We’ll make an announcement early February

How do I get there? Sydney Cricket Ground can be reached via bus or light rail. Alternatively, Central Station - the nearest train station - is approximately a 30 minute walk.

With regards to catching public transport, please load up this link to find the best way to get there:

How will I get home? Please load up the same link - - for suitable options on how to get home. Please note, transports to and from the venue is not supplied. Attendees are required to make their own way to and from the venue.

Please note, a Gig Buddies Sydney staff member will be returning to Central Train Station after the event. Attendees are welcome to join.

What else do I need to bring? Attendees must bring ID. In line with Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade policies, all attendees are required to 'sign in' upon entry. Attendees are required to bring masks (attendees are required to wear masks while waiting in the ‘assembly area’ - more information will be posted in February).

Please also bring money to purchase food and drink, or pack a small snack if you have dietary requirements. Don’t forget your Opal card and phone or camera to take photos.

Please note, event organisers insist that no large bags / backpacks are to be used. We recommend attendees wear a bumbag

What about bad weather? This is an outdoor event and will go ahead come rain or shine. Please come prepared

I have a question: If you’re unsure about something get in touch with us via email, on Facebook Messenger or contact us via text or on either 0422 061 990 or 0412 145 819 or call us at the office: 02 9419 6951

How do I join? It’s free to join. Register by getting a free ticket from this page (click 'add to bag' in the top right hand corner and enter your details)

Is the event fully accessible? Yes

Please note:

1 Attendees will adhere to the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade Covid policies. All attendees are required to ‘sign in’ upon entry to the venue. Gig Buddies Sydney staff will be on hand to assist, if required. Attendees must bring ID.

2 Gig Buddies Sydney staff will be in attendance, but will not be on hand to provide individual support.

3 Getting there: Transport to and from the venue is not supplied. Attendees are responsible for making their own way to and from the venue.

4 Getting home: Gig Buddies Sydney staff may help attendees with catching public transport, taxis or Ubers home - up until 30 minutes after the scheduled end; Gig Buddies Sydney staff are unable to assist attendees who remain at the venue beyond this time.

5 Attendees do not need to be paired with a gig buddy to join us. All signed up participants or volunteers are welcome to join us.

6 COVID-19: If you’re feeling unwell we ask that you do not attend. We will be encouraging attendees to socially distance. We recommend attendees bring hand sanitiser and wear face masks (mandatory for part of the event). Gig Buddies Sydney takes no responsibility in the event of an attendee falling ill following our outings.

7 Attendees will be notified by text and/or phone call should the event get cancelled.

*** Gig Buddies Sydney socials are for signed up participants of the project only ***

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