Epic Pride party returns to Vicar Street for hours of drag shows and pop music

As June approaches, a series of Pride events taking place in Dublin are announced. Victoria and Davina’s Pride party at Vicar Street makes its highly anticipated return.

Taking place on Saturday June 25 (Dublin’s Pride Parade Day), revelers can expect an event this year that focuses on local talent, Dublin’s favorite drag artists and lots of pop music. In fact, it’s a nine-hour pop festival, ensuring Pride’s magical atmosphere continues from daytime celebrations to nighttime.

Dublin’s beloved drag queen Davina Devine, who has been hosting the event alongside girlfriend Victoria’s Secret for several years now, told Dublin Live what we can expect from this year’s edition of the ‘event.

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She revealed, “In previous years, we always had a big name popstar, as a main headliner. For this year, we decided to bring in international DJs, focusing more on the music and the party. It’s only €20, nine hours of pure pop music We’re going to have all the queens who are favorites in Dublin.

“We’ll put on a great show and we’ll also have local Irish talent.

“We’ve been doing this event since 2014. It started out in a very small venue with pop DJs for about five hours, but now it’s a lot bigger. We have a few surprises on the way.”

In previous years, Victoria and Davina have hosted stars such as Irish pop legends Bewitched.

Tickets for Victoria and Davina’s Pride Party at Vicar Street on Saturday June 25 are on sale now via Ticketmaster.

Other events taking place on the day include the Mother Pride Block Party at Collins Barracks. The event, which includes headliners such as Rina Sawayama, will run as a two-day festival on the Saturday and Sunday of the Pride weekend.

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