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Big Gay Out

 

Big Gay Out

Big Gay Out is the name of a non-profit website Faceparty for the LGBT community, in London. It was held twice, in 2004 as part of London's Gay Pride, and again in 2005 separately from London Pride, both times in Finsbury Park. There was no Big Gay Out in 2006 due to the Europride celebrations, however a third event was planned for 2007, but never materialized. A portion of the profits made went to charities including Stonewall.

Contents

  • Line-ups and attendees 1
    • 2004 event 1.1
    • 2005 event 1.2
    • 2012 Event 1.3
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Line-ups and attendees

2004 event

2005 event

The 2005 Big Gay Out had many reformed bands and come-back artists, including:

Goldfrapp in the Popstarz tent

Babyshambles were scheduled to appear but, not entirely unexpectedly, did not show up.

Contestants of the popular show Playing It Straight also made an appearance, as did the 2005 Mr Gay UK finalists. Graham Norton also appeared introducing some acts.

2012 Event

Andreas Derleth won the Mr Gay New Zealand title held at the Big Gay Out[2] and went on to win Mr Gay World.[3] Prime Minister John Key also attended.[2]

References

  1. ^ http://www.facebook.com/groups/vinegarhill/
  2. ^ a b "Get it On! Big Gay Out | Express Online". gayexpress.co.nz. 2012. Retrieved 28 April 2012. 
  3. ^ "The Associated Press: Mr Gay World comes to Africa". google.com. 2012. Retrieved 28 April 2012. 

External links

  • Get it On - Big Gay Out 2010 official website


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