Artist : Global Pride 2020 – 6/27/2020 LiveStream
Venue : 6/27/2020
Date : Saturday, June 27, 2020
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Joe Biden and Justin Trudeau will speak at the digital event, with performances from Kesha, Adam Lambert and Pussy Riot scheduled for the 24-hour festival
When is Global Pride 2020 Event?
Digital Global Gay Pride event kicks off on 27 June Saturday from 6 pm UK time with a 30-minute countdown and welcome.
At 6.30am host Todrick Hall will open the show, and it will run until around 9am on Sunday.
How can I watch Global Pride 2020?
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This weekend denotes the principal ever Global Pride occasion – the computerized reaction to the coronavirus pandemic constraining the scratch-off of the typical LGBTQ+ pride marches far and wide.
In excess of 900 associations from around 100 nations have met up to make what is currently authoritatively the greatest LGBTQ+ celebration ever.
Who is in the Global Pride line-up?
The celebration is facilitated by Todrick Hall, the multitalented performing craftsman most popular for his appearances on RuPaul’s Drag Race and American Idol, hits including ‘Nails. Hair, Hips, Heels’ and his YouTube channel.
The principal exhibitions originate from Mocha Diva, Violette Blanche, Gigi Reyes, Miss Tina Uglyhaira, performing ‘Battle Song’ from Hong Kong.
Some of the biggest performances come shortly after midday, with Melanie C, Pussy Riot, Adam Lambert, Natasha Bedingfield, Courtney Act, Kesha and Village People all in the schedule.
There will also be speeches from the likes of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, US presidential hopeful Joe Biden, Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza and transgender activist Raquel Willis.
The UK involvement starts at around 6pm. Scotland and Wales’ First Ministers Nicola Sturgeon and Mark Drakeford are both set to speak, as well as Labour leader Keir Starmer. Other UK highlights include a speech from Stephen Fry and performances from Rita Ora and the finalists from RuPaul’s Drag Race UK.