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A collage of many trans womens that will be appearing in the Trans Pride Concert
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Trans Pride Concert

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Saturday 12 February 2022
12pm - 3:30pm


Main Square




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Wheelchair accessible

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Founded by Katalyna, Rebeckah Loveday, Sasja Sÿdek, the Trans Pride Concert is a celebration of local Victorian trans musical artist from all backgrounds coming together like a melting pot.

It’s an opportunity for the Victorian trans community to showcase who we are in a public space, and for our community to come together and celebrate who we are but also show the broader community, we are more than just the labels that are placed upon us.

This year for 2022, the concert is being planned as a three-hour extravaganza, showcasing performers from the trans and gender diverse community in Victoria, which will feature Racerage, Kindred Surprise, Sei Vainalei Chen Pao, Jade Starr, The Trans Showgirls and Stone Motherless Cold. These incredible artist and performers are paving the way for future generations to come, because Transvisibility really does matter.

In the song of Laverne Cox “come one, come all if you own who you are, come one come all and let’s all have a ball”.

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