“It’s obviously such a difficult and weird time to be gay, and if [LGBT people] come to one of my shows and find a space where they can be free to be themselves, I feel that.”
Make the most of the day from the comfort of the Somersby Polo Lounge, where you can meet the players and soak up the day’s festivities.
“My fans are predominantly straight men who I’ve only just come out to, so I did worry that I’d lose a lot of support.”
“That’s why those people are my tribe, really – it takes a lot of courage to stand up in a society where the majority of people aren’t gay or trans.”
“The beauty of Homage is that it celebrates not only contemporary LGBTQI+ artists but also our community history as well.”
The performance will feature choral twists on songs by Amy Winehouse, Radiohead, Nirvana, and many more.
Taking to social media after the concert, the singer said she “would love to come back for my fans when the time is right and hopefully see a room full of rainbows.”
Star Observer is thrilled to have 10 signed copies of Troye’s critically acclaimed new album to give away.
Pop star Troye Sivan spoke to us about his new album Bloom, femme-shaming in the gay community, and making music young LGBTI people can see themselves in.