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Macklemore To Headline Sydney Mardi Gras?


Wednesday, 6 February 2013
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Macklemore To Headline Sydney Mardi Gras?

Ben Haggerty of Macklemore is the hot tip to headline the Sydney Mardi Gras, priced at $5.00 with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au.

Others in the market include Craig David ($6.00), Psy ($8.00), Ellie Goulding ($10), and Rita Ora ($11) who are all performing in Australia next month.

Olivia Newton-John ($13), Kylie Minogue ($15) and Dannii Minogue ($19), all of whom have previously performed at the event, also remain in contention.

“After releasing his song ‘Same Love’, the Australian gay community has gone gaga over Macklemore, and performing at the Mardi Gras would be the perfect way to show appreciation to his new fans,” said sportsbet.com.au’s Brigitte Lowsby.

Market courtesy of sportsbet.com.au
Who will headline Sydney Mardi Gras?
$5.00 Macklemore
$5.50 The Presets
$6.00 Craig David
$7.00 Delta Goodrem
$8.00 Jake Shears
$8.00 Psy
$9.00 Heather Small
$10 Ellie Goulding
$11 Rita Ora
$13 Olivia Newton-John
$15 Kylie Minogue
$19 Dannii Minogue
$21 Pink
$34 Lady Gaga
$41 John Travolta
$51 Dame Edna
$101 Eminem

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