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Attitude Pride at Home line-up confirmed: Yungblud, Pabllo Vittar, Kim Petras and more

Join us for a digital festival celebrating love and diversity over nine days and two weekends, 20-28 June.

2020-06-18

 The full programme for Attitude’s own Pride at Home digital festival, starting this coming Saturday (20 June), has been announced today.

And it’s an absolute belter, as you’d expect of the biggest LGBTQ media brand in the world – an exciting array of celebratory, Pride-related content unrivalled on any channel featuring at YouTube.com/attitudemag and across attitude.co.uk.

Comprising four live events and two all-new video series across nine days and two weekends from 20-28 June. Pride will not be denied!

OPENING PARTY, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH KLARNA

Saturday 20 June @ 8pm BST

The Pride at Home festival begins with a stellar Opening Party, in partnership with Klarna, starting with exclusive at-home performances of ‘We Are Family’ by the incredible Kathy Sledge and ‘I Feel Love’ recorded exclusively for Attitude by Katherine Jenkins OBE.

Headlined by the sheer force of nature that is Youngblud, with further appearances from the brilliant Bright Light Bright Light and the super-talented Josef Salvat plus a DJ set with the fabulous Jodie Harsh.

8pm BST on YouTube.com/AttitudeMag

HENRY HOLLAND’S DRAG BRUNCH, SUPPORTED BY SLINGSBY GIN

Sunday 21 June @ 12pm BST

Henry Holland’s Drag Brunch, supported by Slingsby Gin, is on Sunday 21 June.

Hosted by Nick Grimshaw, an afternoon of merriment features performances from Amanda Lepore, Gigi Goode and Asia O’Hara, while Baga Chipz drops by to demonstrate a cocktail masterclass. What could possibly go wrong?

A high-value raffle in the hands of Asstina Mandella and Mahatma Kandhi, to benefit Frontline AIDS, offers great prizes, and some surprises along the way…

12pm BST on YouTube.com/AttitudeMag

ATTITUDE AND NETFLIX PRESENT THE BIG EUROVISION SONG CONTEST QUIZ

Saturday 27 June @ 6.30pm BST

To mark the arrival of the brilliant new Netflix movie – Eurovision Song Contest: the Story of Fire Saga – starring Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams and Dan Stevens, Attitude and Netflix team up to deliver the BIG Eurovision Song Contest Quiz for you to play along at home.

Hosted by Jonny Woo and Juno Dawson, Eurovision royalty Cheryl Baker, Netta, The Mamas, Surie, Scooch and Duncan James drop by, in the company of superfans from Lorraine Kelly, Tom Allen and Scarlett Moffatt to Adele Roberts, Mel Giedroyc and Suzi Ruffell.

With lip-sync performances by Drag Race UK’s Divina De Campo, Cheryl Hole and Blu Hydrangea, plus Jonny Woo himself, expect a night of high-campery ahead of the Eurovison Again re-run that follows. 

6:30pm BST on YouTube.com/AttitudeMag

CLOSING PARTY, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH KLARNA

Sunday 28 June @ 8pm BST

Who doesn’t love a big finish? And there are none bigger than our Closing Party, in partnership with Klarna, to see off the inaugural Attitude Pride at Home festival.

Pick your own headliner – either the glamorous and glorious Pabllo Vittar or the prodigiously talented breakthrough artist that is Kim Petras.

With a huge talent in support in the form of the delightful Layton Williams, star of the West End’s Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. A smash-hit DJ set from Fat Tony plays us out.

8pm BST on YouTube.com/AttitudeMag.

PRIDE HEROES, IN ASSOCIATION WITH TAIMI

From Tuesday 23 June

One of two all-new Attitude video series, Pride Heroes – in association with Taimi – sees new episodes every day from Tuesday 23 June.

We speak to those from within the LGBTQ community about their experience of Pride, and what it means to them.

 Former MEP and primetime TV star Michael Cashman, activist and public speaker Bisi Alimi, human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, the redoubtable Courtney Act and writer, film-maker and drag performer Amrou Al-Kadhi all feature.

Daily on attitude.co.uk and YouTube.com/AttitudeMag

SPEAKING OF PRIDE, EMPOWERED BY BENTLEY

From Tuesday 23 June

Our second all-new Attitude video series, Speaking of Pride – empowered by Bentley – will leave nobody unmoved.

We asked a number of friends of Attitude to read a piece of prose, a poem, a letter, a book extract or even song lyrics that were special to them. What follows is as beautiful as it is occasionally haunting.

TV’s Judge Rob Rinder reads Brian Keith’s WWII love letter, NHS hero Dr Ranj Singh cites Maya Angelou’s “Be a Rainbow in Someone Else’s Cloud”, Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black delivers Harvey Milk’s Hope Speech, actor Simon Callow delivers Oscar Wilde’s ‘De Profundis’ as only he could and poet Dean Atta reads from his verse novel ‘the Black Flamingo’.

Daily on attitude.co.uk and YouTube.com/AttitudeMag

Attitude Pride at Home: an event spectacular brought to you by the team behind the LGBTQ night of the year, the Attitude Awards, the summer 2019 smash-hit online series Jag Race (2.6 millions views on all platforms, and counting) and the award-winning Attitude magazine.