Sat 11 Nov | Q+ Pride Pop-Up
Q+ is returning to Shepparton this Nov 11!
Brought to you by Out In The Open Festival and Goulburn Valley Pride with the support of our mates at the Fryers Street Food Festival.
Grab a drink and wander into our queer oasis take in some sweet beats from our line up of queer DJ’s, watch the mural artist at work catch some queer cinema , a pop up performance , check out our dance party “Disco Queer” wander through our queer exhibitions , decorate yourself at our Glitter station and leave a message for the queer community of Shepp
– This is a day-to-night, drop-in, outdoor event that welcomes the whole rainbow community and their allies. No booking is necessary, just drop by.
– Q+ Encourages radical inclusivity, authentic and innovative self-expression & genuine connection. Together we will strive to build a space that is safe, diverse and uplifting.
– This event is free.
– This event runs 11am – 11pm.
– Venue: Cnr. Corio/Edward Streets, Shepparton.
ABOUT THE Q+ HUB
The Q+ Hub is the ultimate traveling queer venue, architecturally designed to host a variety of queer community events across rural and regional Australia.
We harness the power of arts, creativity and culture to improve the health, well-being & safety of regional, rural and remote LGBTIAQ+ communities by making them more visible, better connected & revitilasing their spirit.
We believe pride and diversity is everyone’s business and open up participation to the wider communities in which queer people belong, fostering genuine interactions by providing fun, interactive and thought-provoking ways of taking part in queer culture.
– The event is in a public space.
– We would like to acknowledge that this event is being held on stolen land. We wish to acknowledge the custodians of this land, the Yorta Yorta people as the Traditional Owners and true sovereigns of the land now known as Greater Shepparton. We also acknowledge the significant contributions made by other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to life in Shepparton. We pay our respects to Elders from all nations -and to their Elders past, present and future. Always was, always will be.
– The event space is largely wheelchair accessible. If you have other questions about disability and access, please contact us directly via PM.
– Please be mindful there may be lights that may be hazardous to people with photosensitive conditions.
– Be mindful music might be loud for people with hearing conditions; we recommend wearing ear protection.
– We have a zero tolerance policy towards sexual harassment or sexual assault, any homophobic, transphobic, racist, sexist or anti social behaviour. We reserve the right to refuse entry, and remove you from the event space.
– If you feel unsafe, uncomfortable or unwell (or see someone who is), please contact our event staff or ask for “Aunty” at the bar.
We can’t wait to see you all there!