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Anne-Marie, Sigrid and more headline Attitude Pride at Home Closing Party, in partnership with Klarna

Exclusive performances from LGBTQ stars and allies await you on YouTube this Saturday 26 June from 6pm BST.

2021-06-25

Get your glad-rags on and get ready to feel the love, as the Attitude Pride at Home Closing Party, in partnership with Klarna, presents a star-studded night of musical excellence.

Our 10-day digital celebration of love and diversity comes to a climax with a two-and-a-half-hour show on YouTube on Saturday 26 June from 6pm BST.

Getting you in the party spirit will be chart-topping Brit Award nominee Anne-Marie, who’s set to deliver a one-two punch of UK Top 5 singles in ‘2002’ and ‘Friends’.

Scandi singing sensation and BBC Music Sound of 2018 winner Sigrid is set reflect the good vibes with performances of her latest single ‘Mirror’ and a cover of Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s pop classic ‘Murder on the Dancefloor’.

Pose star Dyllon Burnside may have said farewell to his on-screen alter-ego Ricky Evangelista, but the US actor and singer is ready to introduce the world to his music with a rendition of his celestial song ‘Heaven’.

UK chart darling Ella Henderson lights up the room with performances of 'Lighter' & 'Let's Go Home Together'.

Not to be outshone, Bright Light Bright Light also steps into the spotlight as the New York artist delivers tracks 'Good at Goodbyes' and 'Always'.

Joining them on the line-up is singer-songwriter Wrabel, who brings nothing but positivity as he takes to the piano to perform tracks 'Nothing But the Love' and 'Good'.

Ensuring the politics takes its rightful place in the party, Tennessee native Amythyst Kiah delivers her soulful anthem 'Black Myself'.

Ukulele firmly in hand, pansexual and non-binary artist Frances Forever treats us to a rendition of their viral TikTok hit 'Space Girl'.

One of British music’s most exciting breakout stars, Mae Muller, does it for the love as she performs 'I Don't Want Your Money'.

West End star Aimie Atkinson – currently starring as Vivian Ward in Pretty Woman: The Musical – treats us to a special live version of the stage show’s iconic title track.

Plus, Brooklyn indie-pop darlings Boyish raise the roof with rooftop performances of 'Superstar' 'whatshisname'.

No Pride show is complete without a sprinkling of drag magic, so we head to iconic London LGBTQ venue The Royal Vauxhall, where legendary queens Herr, Me and Son of a Tutu serve special performances of Gaga’s 'Speechless', Katy Perry’s ‘Roar’ and ‘The Power of Love’ respectively.

Keeping the party going, we bring the big gay night out to you as we head to the jewel in east London’s queer crown, The Glory, where John Sizzle & A Man To Pet will keep your entertained throughout the night.

Find Attitude Pride at Home’s Closing, in partnership with Klarna, on YouTube via whichever screen or device you can lay hands and start a party wherever you are on Saturday 26 June from 6pm BST on YouTube.com/AttitudeMag.

Attitude Pride at Home, in association with Klarna, is to benefit the Attitude Magazine Foundation for LGBT causes – this year supporting ten amazing organisations including AKT, Black Trans Foundation, Curly’s Legacy, Elton John AIDS Foundation, The Food Chain, Kaleidoscope Trust, LGBT Youth Scotland, Mermaids, Stonewall UK and Switchboard LGBT.

Each will receive at least £1000 courtesy of our sponsors Klarna, Bentley, Clifford Chance, Slingsby, Swatch and Taimi and individual supporters.

To donate £5 please text ATHOME5 to 70480 or see our Virgin Money Giving link here. Visit attitudemagazinefoundation.com for more details.