pride march adelaide
A film by Laurie Anderson
Screening for dogs (and well behaved humans)
SATURDAY 29 APRIL
+ Dog Show
+ Born On Monday Choir
+ Music by Bad Jelly DJs
+ Community Stalls
+ Food, Bar & Coffee
Vitalstatistix Waterside, 11 Nile St, Port Adelaide
Pride March Adelaide presents a very special fundraiser - a screening for dogs (and well behaved humans) of the Laurie Anderson film Heart of a Dog, plus a Dog Show, performances by Born On Monday Choir and Bad Jelly DJs, and community stalls, food, bar and coffee.
Everyone is welcome to bring their dog to the screening, or if you don't have one you can come and enjoy the company of other people's dogs. Families with children welcome.
Chairs provided, BYO blankets, pillows and bean bags.
Supported by Vitalstatistix.
3pm - Stalls and Bad Jelly DJs
4pm - Dog Show and Born On Monday Choir
5:30pm - Film Screening
$15 Adults, $10 Concessions (+ booking fee)
Dogs and children under 12 free
Info for Dog Owners
Please clean up after your dog. Bags, bins and a mop and bucket will be provided.
Please keep your dog on a leash unless it responds well to voice commands and is highly socialised.
There will be ample water for dogs throughout the venue.
There will be a grassed area for dogs that need it.
There will be a quite room where you can take your dog if it becomes overly excited or distressed.
If your dog is not socialised to be around other dogs, small children or large crowds, consider leaving it at home.
Info for Parents
Please ensure your child asks permission before approaching or touching a strange dog.
Children must be supervised by an adult at all times.
Info for Stallholders
Stalls are indoors. We are able to provide a trestle table and 2 chairs. Power is negotiable. We are not charging for stalls but require all stall attendees to buy a ticket ($15 adults or $10 concession).
If you have any questions, please contact us.