Options range from grandstand-style seating with celebrity hosts to an outdoor club in Taylor Square with raised viewing platforms, cocktail bars and DJs. Hotels near the parade route are also heavily booked. Wear comfortable shoes and grab a viewing spot well before the parade starts. More than 10, people take part the parade — in support of equality, pride and self-expression — bringing the city to a standstill. The procession of colour includes dancing boys, the famous Dykes on Bikes, big and little costumes featuring glitter and leather and big-name acts that in the past have included Cyndi Lauper, George Michael and Kylie Minogue. Join the crowds and head here to sample a smorgasbord of international cuisine, buy local wares and learn more about the LGBTQI community.
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