WorldPride goes out with a bang with Vanessa Amorosi, Peach PRC performing


Sydney WorldPride goes out with a bang with Peach PRC, Vanessa Amorosi and G Flip rocking the stage at closing night concert

Sydney has closed the smash hit WorldPride event with a bang on Sunday night. 

The likes of Vanessa Amorosi, Peach PRC and G Flip sent fans into a frenzy at the Rainbow Republic: Sydney WorldPride Closing Concert at The Domain. 

TikTok superstar Peach PRC was pretty in pink, wowing audiences as she performed in a sheer bustier and skirt combo. 

The 25-year-old channelled mermaid chic with sparkling details in her costuming and her headband, as well as a dazzling diamante necklace. 

Peach had her trademark pastel pink locks down in a straight do, which matched her elaborate makeup. 

Sydney has closed the smash hit WorldPride event with a bang on Sunday night. The likes of Vanessa Amorosi, Peach PRC (pictured) and G Flip sent fans into a frenzy at the Rainbow Republic: Sydney WorldPride Closing Concert at The Domain

G Flip (pictured) put on a dazzling show. The non-binary singer, who uses they/ them pronouns, opted for eye catching silver trousers and a Rolling Stones band shirt

G Flip (pictured) put on a dazzling show. The non-binary singer, who uses they/ them pronouns, opted for eye catching silver trousers and a Rolling Stones band shirt

G Flip put on a dazzling show, smashing out their biggest hits in a very energetic set. 

The non-binary singer, who uses they/ them pronouns, opted for eye catching silver trousers and a Rolling Stones band shirt. 

The 28-year-old also had on a black cowboy hat with star embellishments and a pair of sunglasses. 

After rocking the mic, G Flip pulled their signature move and got behind the drum set.

After rocking the mic, G Flip pulled their signature move and got behind the drum set

After rocking the mic, G Flip pulled their signature move and got behind the drum set

TikTok superstar Peach PRC was pretty in pink, wowing audiences as she performed in a sheer bustier and skirt combo

TikTok superstar Peach PRC was pretty in pink, wowing audiences as she performed in a sheer bustier and skirt combo

The 25-year-old channelled mermaid chic with sparkling details in her costuming and her headband, as well as a dazzling diamante necklace

The 25-year-old channelled mermaid chic with sparkling details in her costuming and her headband, as well as a dazzling diamante necklace

Vanessa Amorosi delighted the crowd as she performed with scantily clad male backup dancers. 

The 41-year-old looked sensational in a fitted white frock with an asymmetric hem and corseted bodice. 

She wore her black locks down in a straight hairdo and chose a glamorous makeup look with a nude lipstick. 

The pop star had her heavily tattooed legs on display in the short dress as she put on a spirited show. 

Keiynan Lonsdale was also backed up by some buff dancers, with the 31-year-old pulling some racy moves. 

Vanessa Amorosi (pictured) delighted the crowd as she performed with scantily clad male backup dancers

Vanessa Amorosi (pictured) delighted the crowd as she performed with scantily clad male backup dancers

The 41-year-old looked sensational in a fitted white frock with an asymmetric hem and corseted bodice, her leg tattoos on display

The 41-year-old looked sensational in a fitted white frock with an asymmetric hem and corseted bodice, her leg tattoos on display 

Keiynan Lonsdale (pictured) was also backed up by some buff dancers

Keiynan Lonsdale (pictured) was also backed up by some buff dancers

The 31-year-old had a blast on stage, pulling some racy moves

The 31-year-old had a blast on stage, pulling some racy moves 

He wore a white satin top and slacks that resembled pyjamas for the performance, and was sporting bright red hair and glamorous blue eyeshadow. 

Other highlights of Sydney World Pride included the Human Rights Conference, The First Nations Gala Concert and Pride March.

Sydney made history as the first city in the southern hemisphere to host a World Pride event, after winning the rights in 2019.

WorldPride Committee Chair Robyn Kennedy said the organisation had recognised the efforts of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

The event was expected to bring more than one million extra visitors to Sydney and inject $664 million into the economy.

Sydney made history as the first city in the southern hemisphere to host a World Pride event, after winning the rights in 2019

Sydney made history as the first city in the southern hemisphere to host a World Pride event, after winning the rights in 2019

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