All proceeds will be donated in support of International Non Binary People's Day.
Celebrating International Non-Binary People’s Day, G Flip will take to The Espy stage on July 14 for ‘Enby at the Espy’ for the fundraiser gig in what will double as their only Aussie headline show this year.
Fresh from selling out wild performances across the US and releasing their latest and spicy new single ‘Get Me Outta Here’, Melbourne artist G Flip — aka Georgia Flipo — has just announced a surprise hometown gig in Melbourne in July, returning to The Espy where they played their first show when they were 15.
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July 14 is recognized around the world as International Non-Binary People’s Day, which aims to shines a light on those who identify as non-binary and celebrate the rich diversity of the community.
Non-binary is an umbrella term for people whose gender identity doesn’t sit comfortably with ‘man’ or ‘woman’. Non-binary identities are varied and can include people who identify with some aspects of binary identities, while others reject them entirely. Non-binary people can feel that their gender identity and gender experience involves being both a man and a woman, or that it is fluid, in between, or completely outside of that binary.
Enby at the Espy will consist of a headline performance from G Flip along with supporting sets from non binary artists, to be announced soon. The intimate event hosted by G Flip will also celebrate the release of G Flip’s new single ‘Waste Of Space’.
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Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday, July 1 for $40 and all proceeds will go towards supporting the Victorian Pride Centre, Australia’s first purpose-built centre for Australia’s LGBTIQ+ communities.
A proud supporter of the non-binary community, Flipo came out as non-binary in June last year, writing in a now-deleted post on Instagram: “Looking into what it means to be non-binary had me realise that that’s who I’ve been my entire life. I’m still the exact same person, non-binary is just the best way to explain who I am and how I’ve always felt, like a gender smoothie.”
Earning a strong reputation for being unapologetically themselves, the Melbourne musician has been riding the wave of success since sharing their debut album ‘About Us’ in 2020, followed by a number of singles over the last two years, such as ‘Not Even In Vegas’ with Thomas Headon, ‘Waiting Game’ featuring renforshort, ‘Scream’ with UPSAHL and ‘GAY 4 ME’ featuring Lauren Sanderson, among many others.
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