Kate Monroe, Alex Taylor, Troy Cox, Murray Hood, GI Jode and Kitty Glitter will headline the musical line-up at Pink Stiletto.
The DJs have signed on to what is expected to be one of the most popular events this festival season, in aid of the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation.
But they are not the only names to sign on for the race day at Royal Randwick.
The fashions of the field judging panel boasts a broad range of fashionistas and community members keen to cast their eyes over the frocks, suits, shoes and hats worn on the day.
Milliner Neil Griggs, Weekend Sunrise executive producer Michael Pell, M.A.C Cosmetics senior artist Nicole Thompson, 2DayFM’s Geoff Field and The Sunday Telegraph’s Elle Halliwell have all signed on to lend their support.
There will be three fashion categories for punters to enter — and the prize list is worth fighting in your frock for.
Each winner will receive a prize pack that includes two diamond passes to George Michael (valued at $750) and a chauffer-driven transfer to the concert in a pink stretch Hummer; two nights for two people at the Vibe Hotel; a M.A.C Cosmetics beauty pack; a Moet & Chandon prize pack; a Hopscotch Entertainment prize pack; a dozen roses from Roses Only, plus magazine subscriptions.
In addition, the winner of the Best Female category will win a $500 millinery gift voucher from Neil Griggs Milliner.
The Australian Jockey Club’s head of marketing and sponsorship, Bettina Brown, said having the world’s first gay and lesbian race day was exciting for Royal Randwick.
“Given the proximity of our racecourse to the heart of the city, it lent itself to holding an event during the Mardi Gras festival,” she said.
Pink Stiletto’s patron will be Gai Waterhouse.
info: Pink Stiletto will be held at Royal Randwick on February 26. For more information, visit