Ben Bakson is globally renowned across the LGBTQIA+ party scene as one of the most successful and popular DJs & Producers. Starting his career in 2016, Ben moved from the dancefloor to behind the decks where he started DJing and producing music. Equally professional as he is charming, Ben is now one of the world’s most sought after DJs in the LGBTQIA+ scene.

Jump forward to 2023 and Ben spends his time travelling the globe playing the biggest and most prestigious circuit/tribal house parties almost every weekend. Ben is no stranger to Australia, he headlined in FINALE 2022 and more recently the XLSIOR parties over Sydney World Pride.

Ben is a resident for Xlsior: Mykonos and has headlined the world’s most popular circuit events including WE Party, The Week Brazil, White Party Palm Springs and Arena Festival (to name a few) and will return to Sydney to headline Horrorween Festival 2023, Australia’s largest LGBTQIA+ dance party. Ben has a reputation for filling dancefloors with his energetic, high energy music.


Equal parts ballerina, showgirl, and 90’s supermodel, Brooke Lynn Hytes is drag perfection – personified. The Toronto native, Brooke Lynn Hytes received her dance training at the National Ballet School of Canada and in 2008, she traveled worldwide performing as a principal ballerina with Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo – an all male drag ballet company. Brooke Lynn then set her sights on the world of drag, winning multiple Canadian pageants and in 2014, winning the coveted Miss Continental crown in the United States. The following year Brooke Lynn accepted a prestigious residency at Play Dance Bar in Nashville, Tennessee. Brooke Lynn was honored to be the first Canadian to appear on the cultural phenomenon, RuPaul’s Drag Race. Throughout her time on the show, she became known for her polished runway looks and iconic lip sync performances on the main stage. Brooke Lynn finished as first runner-up of season eleven.

Not only has Hytes has cemented her place in history as being the first drag queen to be tweeted by Canada’s official Twitter account, she has also been featured on The Social, the Marilyn Denis Show, The Morning Show, ETalk, ET Canada, Vogue.Com, Refinery29, Metro UK, Paper Magazine, Huffington Post, Global News, CTV News, CBC, Toronto Star, Toronto Life, CP24, Now, Dance Magazine, Blog To, Billboard, MTV News and the cover of New York Magazine, to name a few. Brooke Lynn has collaborated on content for brands such as Squarespace, Gillette, Fido, Bud Light, and Trojan, she has attended personal appearances for Lyft and MAC Cosmetics and has performed in iconic venues around the world. 2023 shows no sign of slowing down as she was nominated for 2 Canadian Screen awards. 1 for hosting Canada’s Drag Race and the other for executive producing 1 Queen, 5 Queers!

Never fear, the queen of the North is here!


Since 2007, the artist and DJ Cacá Werneck has taken her Tribal House/Progressive around the world! Charismatic and strong personality contributed to her entry in the reality show “A Fazenda 2012” (Rede Record), where she stood out and gained admirers all over Brazil. Since then, she has been present in the line up of the best national and international events, taking the dance floor to delirium with her energy and sensitivity, making a style with a lot of swing and Brazilianness. Encouraged by the sound of the great Progressive Tribal DJs/Producers, Cacá has had a meteoric career.

Early on, she was featured in one of the biggest electronic parties in Rio de Janeiro, playing for almost 5 thousand people. Since then her schedule hasn’t stopped! The DJ has already played at the Festival against Homophobia in Italy, and spent a long time in Europe, but it is in the Rio de Janeiro nights that Cacá has become the female powerhouse that she is today.

After a pause caused by the pandemic, Cacá Werneck was part of the group “The New World”, being currently resident at “komplexo Tempo”, in São Paulo. Cacà first graced Australian shores back in 2018 for The Week Australia: Babylon where she performed to a sold out crowd, introducing Sydney to her energetic and powerful style and stage presence. She returned for FINALE: Mardi Gras Closing Party 2020 leaving Sydney begging for more – Cacà is one of GAYM Entertainment’s most requested DJs and is returning exclusively for Horrorween Festival 2023.


Experience the electrifying pulse of Australian LGBTQIA+ culture at the heart of Oxford Street, Sydney. Dom de Sousa stands as one of the many few at the forefront, renowned for delivering unforgettable beats and igniting crowds with his undeniable energy.

Emerging onto the scene in 2008 as the triumphant winner of the prestigious “So You Think You Can DJ” competition at ARQ Sydney, one of the city’s premier LGBTQIA+ nightclubs, Dom swiftly ascended from a bedroom DJ to one of Sydney’s most sought-after DJs.

Dom boasts an impressive resumé of residencies and coveted guest spots at esteemed venues and events, including ARQ Sydney, POOF DOOF, FAME Fridays, FINALE, Déjà Vu, I Remember House, Rock City (Melbourne), HO:MO (Melbourne), Fluffy (Brisbane), and The Beresford. With an innate ability to read crowds and manoeuvre his sound to fit the vibe of the moment, Dom’s diverse repertoire spans genres like House, Tech House, and Circuit House. His magnetic presence extends beyond local stages, captivating audiences at some of the country’s largest dance LGBTQIA+ gatherings, most notably the iconic Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras. Headlining the main room on numerous occasions, Dom has effortlessly commanded crowds exceeding 10,000 enthusiastic revellers.

In 2023, Dom relocated to Lisbon, Portugal, where he secured an enviable residency at Construction, one of the city’s best LGBTQIA+ nightclubs. This international pursuit is not unfamiliar to Dom, having graced the decks at renowned events worldwide, including Gay Ski Week (NZ), Playtime Candyland (Philippines), The Lost Weekend (UK), DILF (USA), and BYOT (Singapore).

As a master of his craft, Dom de Sousa continuously pushes boundaries and delivers exhilarating performances which leave an indelible mark on every dance floor he has encounters.


GSP (alias George Spiliopoulos) is a USA-based, International DJ/Producer and has been DJing in Greece for many years in the most important events and major clubs, until the winter of 2010 when he started exporting his talent in Europe. His main goal is to make people happy. GSP turned his passion into a profession and very successfully, neglecting his studies of Applied Mathematics and Physics and Theatre Lighting Design.

His style is mostly Tech and Progressive House with a touch of Tribal Percussions and lots of vocals. He is considered to be one the Best Worldwide Circuit DJs having already played several times all over the world in clubs, festivals and prides. His sound is very significant known all over from his gigs and his podcasts that are broadcasted regularly by many international web radios and radio stations.

The GSP sound certainly is worldwide as he has lived in Athens, London, Rio De Janeiro, San Fransisco, Los Angeles and now resides in Salt Lake City.

The majority, of the party people, with whatever preference of music they have, will always find themselves in his Dj sets. He can transform any popular or classic timeless commercial tracks into amazing ass-shaking club hits!. Wherever you can put him from deep house to progressive house he can adapt amazingly his sound to the crowd letting everybody satisfied. He is also owner of the Record Labels Queen House Music, Queen Dance Records and QSQUARED.


Heavy is the crown, yet she wears it like a feather. With a heart of gold and a magically infectious laugh, Hannah Conda is the people’s queen – destined to lead with charm, elegance and GLITTER.

Hannah Conda has been dazzling audiences around the globe for over a decade and was recently runner-up on the critically acclaimed Stan Original Series RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under Season 2 (AACTA and Logie Nominated). After conquering the Perth drag scene, Hannah took a leap of faith across the Nullarbor to make her sparkly mark in the big smoke of Sydney. There, she cemented her royal status by becoming the only queen to ever win both Rising Star and Entertainer of the Year at the Drag Industry Variety Awards (DIVAs) in the same year.

Hannah has produced and performed shows at prominent venues all across Australia, as well as working with iconic companies such as Google, Uber, Logitech, PWC, The Bobby Goldsmith Foundation and Amazon just to name a few. She has been a featured face at many iconic Sydney Mardi Gras events, opened for Bianca Del Rio on her Australian tour, and even made the journey across the pond to appear at RuPaul’s DragCon in Los Angeles.

She’s also had a string of silver screen appearances, most notably on an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Netflix’s Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father, Channel Ten’s The Project and Studio 10, Channel Nine’s The Today Show and Channel Seven’s Sunrise.

Hannah’s professionalism, polish, talent and undying love of the art of drag have seen her flourish into a starlet like no other. There’s no stopping this magical queen as she continues to extend her reign onto more stages and into more hearts


A name that needs no introduction is drag superstar and Rupaul’s Drag Race Alumni, Kween Kong. Kween Kong has been making waves across both the Australian and International Entertainment Scene with her most recent accomplishments including the launch of her club night, Klub Kong and a Gold Logie nomination for Most Popular New Talent, making her the first Drag Queen to be recognised by the Academy – Ever! Perfecting her art in Adelaide, Kween Kong is the Reigning Dragnation Australia Winner and is known for her strong focus to inspire, challenge and nurture our community with her loved based leadership style.

Kween currently spends her time touring and performing both locally and across the globe. Her passion, energy and stage presence is unmatched which makes her one of the most sought after names in LGBTQIA+ entertainment scene.