Broken Heel Festival – Planetdwellers Party Bus departing Sydney

4 Sep – 10 Sep 2024

It’s Priscilla’s 30th birthday anniversary and there is no better place to celebrate than at the Broken Heel festival in 2024.

Held at The Palace Hotel Broken Hill, right where the filming took place.

Priscilla sparked a dream of old friends and new... an iconic Aussie landscape with drag, diva's, and disco in the desert!

Filled with glittering entertainers from around the country, as we come together under the stars to celebrate with everything you need for that party...including a takeover of the Main Street and as a Planetdwellers guest you are invited to march in our Broken Heel Pride parade float.

You'll live your own desert adventure in and around Priscilla's spiritual home, the Sparkling Silver City of Broken Hill and The famous Palace Hotel
Expect to see plenty of boa's babe and shine up like a diamond dolls.

The full festival program runs over 5 days, with 3 days of ticketed shows and our bus tour arrives at the perfect time to kick it all off.

  • Thursday: Welcome dinner and festival party
  • Friday Night “Frock On or Frock Off” Party (ticketed event)
  • Saturday Main Drag Street Parade, games and entertainment
  • Saturday Night Shin-dig party (ticketed event)
  • Sunday morning Bloody Mary Bingo MooMoo Breakkie
  • Sunday Day Out in the outback Silverton
  • Sunday night Priscilla outdoor movie screening with entertainment (ticketed event)

So join us onboard "Lashes" our bus as we leave the big city lights and head out to the red earth outback in NSW on a road covered in glitter and mirror balls.

Now in its ninth year, the Broken Heel Festival in Broken Hill is the entire town’s annual tribute to Priscilla, Queen of the Desert that gets bigger and better every year.

Dust off the disco balls and come with us and enjoy Spring in the Outback celebrating the spiritual home of Priscilla with some of Australia’s best drag queens and performers.

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