6 february 2021

HENRY STREET, ABBOTSFORD

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Northside Bizarre is a kaleidoscope of queerness that just keeps getting bigger and bigger each year! Soon to celebrate our 10th anniversary, Northside Bizarre is an annual fundraiser supporting Thorne Harbour Health’s David Williams Fund (offering support to people living with HIV) and community broadcaster JOY 94.9.
 

Hosted by The Laird Hotel, Northside Bizarre has expanded over the years to take over the neighbouring Collingwood Masonic Hall and the section of Henry Street that runs between the two iconic venues. The event has continued to evolve and now reflects everything that is inclusive, kink and community. Pick up a bargain from our Leather & Treasure donated goods, or browse the stalls on Market Alley. Make a bid for a unique one-of-a-kind item at our famous auction. Watch a kink show front and centre on The Laird Stage. Or why not sample a cooking masterpiece from the contestants in our Master Baker competition. Northside Bizarre has it all on offer and everyone is welcome!
 

Attracting thousands of people every year, Northside Bizarre has now become a highlight of the annual queer calendar in Melbourne. However, due to the pesky pandemic ruining the party, Northside Bizarre has been moved from October 2020 to 6 February 2021. We are working hard to bring you the biggest and best 10th anniversary event ever staged!
 

This event is not possible without community and business support. Find out how to get involved here.

NORTHSIDE BIZARRE

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Browse through premium items going up for auction, provided generously by our supporting businesses!

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Register to volunteer, get your business involved, or donate to our leather and treasure stores!

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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we all work and live, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.