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Vote for your favourite local LGBTI+ talent in The Proud Awards

The Proud Awards return for their second year, celebrating the best of Perth’s LGBTI+ community groups, venues and entertainers with a fabulous ceremony.

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This year, the judging panel have already voted on Outstanding Community Organisation/Individual, Creative Artist of the Year, Entertainer of the Year and the prestigious Hall Of Fame Award – won for the first time last year by DJ Seb Sharp.

Public voting is online now, where WA can decide which they think is Perth’s Best LGBTI+ Venue, Favourite Drag Queen and New Drag Talent, Best DJ and more.

The ceremony will kick off on the red carpet, with Claire Alexander taking sartorial snaps as guests head in to Connections Nightclub to celebrate the best Perth has to offer.

The official awards season kicked off with a fabulous launch party at Verdict over the weekend with stunning performances from local entertainers Fay Rocious, Barbie Q, Alexas Armstrong and Cougar Morrison.

Proud Entertainment’s Dean Misdale also revealed the exquisite event poster featuring Harvest Dubois shot by Angelo Di Benedetto; and announced that the effervescent Famous Sharron will be hosting this year’s festivities.

Head to Surveymonkey to cast your vote now!

The Proud Awards will be at Connections Nightclub on Saturday November 4th from 8pm. Tickets available now on Ticketbooth


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