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Windsor Pride Festival entertainment

By | 2006-07-27T09:00:00-04:00 July 27th, 2006|Entertainment|

Cyon Flare

From Detroit, but currently living in Ann Arbor, emcee Cyon (a.k.a. Robert Mitchell) started creating costumes in the early to late ’90s, inspired by what she saw as the disintegration of the gay scene in the Detroit area.

Nancy Rancourt

Nancy’s intimate, powerful, rich, cross-genre rock sound saturated her recent performance at Toronto Pride. Now she’ll do the same for Windsor.

The B-Girlz

Returning to Windsor Pride for a second year, the B-Girlz have written, created and produced two short films (“The Elevator” and “The Dress”) as well as a musical video tribute (“Toronto! Toronto!!”), which was screened at the opening gala of the 2004 Inside Out Festival in Toronto.

Chase Gouin

As a professional flatland bicycle freestyle Rider from Windsor, Gouin doesn’t ride on ramps or through obstacle courses, instead he manipulates his bicycle and his body together on a flat surface, performing unique and unusual tricks.


With a career that began as a professional dancer, Sabin is neither man nor woman; he is truly a one-of-a-kind entertainer. Sabin has shared the stage with Ricky Martin and Destiny’s Child before transforming.

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