5 Online LGBTQ+ Events To Celebrate Pride in Singapore

Even though Pride Month this year has been challenging, it is not cancelled. But instead bigger and better. With the current COVID 19 situation all over the world and the global fight against racism, the fights for social causes are brought online. Here are 5 online LGBTQ+ events to celebrate Pride in Singapore.

Global Pride

The Global Pride event scheduled for this month has announced that its 24-hour live stream on June 27.  This event will work with Black Lives Matter to amplify Black voices across the world. The live stream includes performances, talks, films and messages of support will be hosted by YouTube star Todrick Hall as well as iHeartRadio’s YouTube channel and the Global Pride website. 

The line-up for the event is amazing with political figures such as US presidential candidate Joe Biden, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau and the mayor of London Sadiq Khan. Here’s the full Global Pride line-up:

Artists and performers

Adam Lambert, Ava Max ,Bebe Rexha, BETTY ,Betty Who, Bright Light Bright Light, Calum Scott, Conchita Wurst, Courtney Act, Daya, Deborah Cox, Erika Jayne, Fred Schneider,J ake Shears, Jordy,Kate Pierson, KEiiNO, Kesha, Kristine W, Laverne Cox, Leann Rimes, Leslie Jordan, Lucy Spraggan, Martha Wash, Mary Lambert, Max,Melanie C, Natasha Bedingfield, Olivia Newton-John, Pabllo Vittar, eaches, Pussy Riot, Pussycat Dolls, Rachel Sage, Rita Ora, Russell Tovey, Stephen Fry, Steve Grand, Thelma Houston, odrick Hall, Tom Goss, Village People, VINCINT

Public and political figures

Ann Linde (foreign minister of Sweden), Carlos Alvarado Quesada (president of Costa Rica), Erna Solberg (prime minister of Norway), Guðni Jóhannesson (president of Iceland), Helena Dalli (European Commissioner for equality), Joe Biden (former vice-president of the USA), Justin Trudeau (prime minister of Canada), Leo Varadkar (Taoiseach of Ireland), Manvendra Singh Gohil (prince of Rajpipla, India), Sadiq Khan (mayor of London), Victor Madrigal-Borloz (independent expert on LGBTQ+ rights for the UN), Xavier Bettel (prime minister of Luxembourg).

Watch Global Pride online on  www.globalpride2020.org on 27 June, Saturday.

Pink Dot

Our local LGBTQ+ annual event. We have actually covered on this event in detail in this article, Pink Dot goes digital with livestreams of music performances, short films and digital light up on June 27

So if you would more information on this event, just click on the link above.

Hoes Live Here

All you party people out there, it is party time! With the return of The Glory Hoes and The Projector’s queer afterparty series Hoe Live Here. Put your fanciest outfit with your leather boots and dance like you just don’t care as Gay Chav DJ spins your favourite tunes from the 80s, 90s and 2000s. There will be guest performers, Lychee Bye and Madhu Nisa as well as drag videos by Becca D’Bus, Lisa Dolmat and Vyla Virus. Sounds like an awesome night to us. 

You can also pre-order your alcohol and snacks from Intermission Bar from June 20 at theprojector.sg/delivery. Get your tickets here or if you need more information about this event, you can find them here.

Pajama Party

Queer Zinefest isn’t setting up any pop-ups with boxes of zines for us anytime soon, but it is getting the community together via its Pajama Party. Pajama Party happens on weekday nights where local makers and creators share everything (we mean everything). From poetry to animation and discussions on pressing matters like racism and self-care. It is an awesome and safe space for people to mingle and reconnect with the LGBTQ+ community. 

Catch them on @queerzinefestsg weekday nights. 

The Gaythering

Man about Town is sliding into out virtual space every Friday on Zoom. While we can’t experience its signature Truffle Thursday, The Den and BYOT pool parties, we can enjoy The Gaythering with club bangers spun live by local and international DJs. Mingle and dance along to familiar or new hits and just lose yourself to the music. 

With these events still going strong during Pride Month, lets show our support for our LGBTQ+ community. Alternatively, here are 4 popular shoe brands that are launching Pride-themed shoes – Adidas, Under Armour, Converse, Nike.

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