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Self Esteem, Purple Disco Machine, Krystal Klear & more for Mother Pride Block Party this summer

Self Esteem, Purple Disco Machine, Krystal Klear & more for Mother Pride Block Party this summer


Mother has announced the return of the Mother Pride Block Party with an almightly lineup on Friday and Saturday June 23rd and 24th at the National Museum of Ireland at Collins Barracks.

The queer celebration is headlined by Self Esteem on Friday night and disco producer Purple Disco Machine on Saturday evening.

Also on the bill are: Ru Pauls Drag Race US and UK Alumni, Bimini, Raja and Naomi Smalls with Bianca Del Rio hosting the main stage Friday & Panti Bliss hosting on Saturday.

Krystal Klear & the Mother DJs will play sets across the weekend alongside vocal performances from homegrown acts including Erica Cody, Brooke (Scullion), Sing Along Social, Drag Aerobics and set from DJS Kelly-Anne Byrne, Tara Kumar, Claire Beck , Conor Behan, GLAMO, Stephen Dowling, Billy Bunzari, LOU BRU, MiniKimono and Bull Horris B2B RHYZINE.

Drag performances across the weekend from Victoria Secret, Davina Devine, Regina George, Paul Ryder, Pixie Woo, Donna Fella, Naomi Diamond, Shaqira Knightly, Anziety, Annie Queeries, Dr Count Evil, Richard Joke, Vicky Volltz, Lavender, Viola Gayvis.


Weekend tickets (Friday & Saturday) on sale now from €70 plus fees from Eventbrite.

Weekend tickets will go on sale on Eventbrite on Thursday morning, April 20th, 9 am.

Mother co-founder Lisa Connell said,

 “We’re really excited to share with the community our gorgeous Pride line-up and plans for the Pride Block Party 2023 in The National Museum of Ireland at Collins Barracks. We’ve been working hard to curate an exciting and diverse line-up and plan the mother of all parties for this special anniversary Pride season.”

Cormac Cashman, Mother co-founder expanded:

“We’re really looking forward to the Pride Block Party this summer. With the show now a massive two day Pride dance party across Friday & Saturday, we’re excited to welcome our queer family back to the National Museum for what’s going to be our best party to date.”

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