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2019 Pride Street Party

 2nd Annual
Pride Street Party!

12PM – 4PM

Join the most fabulous party of the year for the 2nd annual burnaby pride street party!

The Burnaby Pride Street Party is a community event to celebrate the beautiful diversity of our LGBTQ2SIA+ friends, family, and neighbours in Burnaby! Join us for an afternoon of community-friendly live performances (music, dance, and drag, oh my!), food, games & activities, and community resources.



The Pride Street Party is located on Jubilee Ave, between Nelson Ave and Imperial St.

Only accessible parking will be available on this part of Jubilee Ave for the duration of the event.

Please park on nearby street parking, but make sure to obey all parking restrictions in the surrounding community.

Jubilee Ave is located a short walk from both the Metrotown and Royal Oak Skytrain Stations, as well as a number of bus lines, so we recommend taking transit, if you can!


Pride Street Party

official burnaby pride mc // 2019

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Currently one of Vancouver’s most in demand performers; Alma Bitches enjoys the privilege of hosting two weekly drag shows on Davie Street as well as numerous monthly and quarterly events around the city. Known for their off-the-cuff wit Alma has become one of Vancouver’s top drag hosts! Alma is buxom, bearded and beautiful and enjoys being one of Vancouver’s most recognizable drag queens.


official burnaby pride dj // 2019



A staple in the Vancouver music scene for the last ten years, DJ DomTop has played on many stages in the Vancouver area. From Numbers Cabaret to the Commodore Ballroom, his mission has always been to create a positive and safe atmosphere through the music that he plays.


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ShyamaPriya has been for over 20 years. The style of pow wow dance she will be sharing is the ladies fancy dance, the dance of the butterfly.


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Queer filipinx musician artist


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Moving to Vancouver, BC in 2014, Diana AKA Mamarudegyal MTHC quickly became a mainstay on the Underground Hip Hop Scene. Joining forces with Coast Salish duo “Status Krew” in 2014, Diana started Indigenous Hip Hop and Multimedia group Rudegang Entertainment. Releasing her debut EP “MRG EP” in 2016, and taking home two Fraser Valley Music Awards (Best Hip Hop – Female, Queer Excellence in Music) in 2017, Mamarudegyal MTHC has made quite a name for herself and has the BC Hip Hop scene waiting impatiently for her follow up album, currently in progress.


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dezi + xero

Dezi Desire is a gender-fluid burlesque & drag performer.
Co-producer of Dancing Teasing Fabulousness & Vice-president of the Screaming Chicken Theatrical Society (Winner of Best Group + Most Comedic 2016 at BHOF).

Their partner Xero has been a drag king performer for over 15 years.

@dezidesire // @chemicalx13

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Dee Blew is a drag performer birthed from anime, high fashion and camp.



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Stephen scaccia

Stephen is a 27 year old singer-songwriter from Burnaby, British Columbia. He performs regularly at community events, sports games, fundraisers, Pride events and charities around the Lower Mainland, and was voted “Favourite Local Musician” alongside Michael Buble in the 2017 “Best of Burnaby” awards.


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raye sunshine

Raye Sunshine has been wowing audiences for years, being a professional makeup artist for Film and Television give her the abilities to give show stopping creations that draw you into another world


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A queer fillipinx multimedia performer. He is interested in navigating what it means to be filipino queer and diasporic. He hopes to dove deep into these questions and reaveal what it means through dance and performance.


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Biawanna is a dynamic singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer. They channel a certain strength through their namesake, Biawanna, matriarch of the Solomon Islands, who gave birth to a long line of chiefs that they are a descendent of. Biawanna is currently getting ready to release their debut EP, ‘Care’, which should be expected soon.


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Maddoria, starting drag in highschool to attend prom, has made the switch from prom queen to full drag queen. Known mostly around UBC for her performances, never misses a chance to perform out and around town.

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kendall gender

Kendall Gender is a local drag performer in Vancouver. With a flare for fashion and an always energetic performance style she is quite hard to miss. Kendall has a weekly show at the junction with her girl gang “BRATPACK”, and hosts and performs at a slew of various parties and events all over Vancouver and Canada.


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strange breed

4 piece, queer, alt-garage rock band based out of Vancouver, BC.
Sounding like every 90’s riot grrrl fans’ feminist wet dream, with an unexpected modern rock twist. Safe spaces, inclusivity, good times and great music is what these babes are all about.


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P.M. is Vancouver’s gender-fluid drag clown; mixing both their contemporary-ballet background and off-beat style, P.M’s goal is to continually bend gender and sexuality. They are Vancouvers current reigning Next Drag Superstar! Catch them every 2 weeks at Save On Meats hosting Late Night Snack or as part of the drag ensemble The Darlings.

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Sasja smolders

Sasja Smolders is Vancouver’s Supernaturale Them-Fatale. Equal parts gender-fluid performance artist and jazz school drop out, this queer creature sings, dances, and hosts! They have performed in brusque festivals across British Columbia, and as far away as New York City!

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ginger femmecat + draco muff-boi

Draco Muff-Boi and Ginger Femmecat are a queer married couple whose performances celebrate queer and trans embodiment, love, and desire. They have performed at shows and festivals across North America, including the Vancouver International Burlesque Festival, the Seattle Boylesque Festival, the New York Nerdlesque Festival, the Montreal Bagel Burlesque Expo, and the Kootenay Burlesque Festival, as well as Vancouver Pride, Salt Spring Pride, the Vancouver Fringe Festival, and the OUTstages Queer Theatre Festival.