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Euro Pride 2016 Deals and Packages


EuroPride 2016


Europride is a pan-European international event dedicated to LGBT pride, hosted by a different European city each year. The host city is usually one with an established gay pride event or a significant LGBT community.

For up to a fortnight, numerous sporting and artistic events are staged throughout the host city. Europride usually culminates during a weekend with a traditional Mardi Gras-style pride parade, live music, special club nights, and an AIDS memorial vigil.


I will once again be hosting a group for one of the largest Pride celebrations in Europe when Amsterdam welcomes EuroPride August 3-8

Don’t miss this year’s incredible “Canal Parade”, the only Pride celebrated on water, and the parties, concerts, and celebrations.


Our package includes 5 nights hotel stay, buffet breakfast, Red Light District Tour, Canal cruise and my assistance services on location.

*Prices subject to change and depend on availability at time of booking. Central hotels sell out fast so make your reservations now!

**Price is land only

***Airfare is not included. Air quotes upon request.

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Southern Decadence DEALS!


What began as a simple going-away party in 1972 has evolved into one of New Orleans’ premier annual events: Southern Decadence.

Hosted every Labor Weekend, Southern Decadence is the 5th largest event in the city following Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest, Essence Fest, and French Quarter Fest. 2014 brought in over 160,000 participants.

Nicknamed the “Gay Mardi Gras,” Southern Decadence is one of those quintessential New Orleans occasions in which participants get to strut their stuff in elaborate costumes and high fashion or barely anything at all, the day of the Parade!

Everyone gets in on the action and all the bars will have their own drag shows, contests, DJs, music and events.

Don’t miss  this  giant 44th Southern Decadence celebration of LGBT life, music and culture. CALL David now FOR THE BEST DEALS! 1-800-942-1280!


Gay Night @ Six Flags Chicago

Out In The Park at Six Flags Great America
Returns in 2015 BIGGER Than EVER!

A Spectacular Night of Amusement and Entertainment
Presented by MINI Cooper Chicago & Ketel One Vodka
That Will Help Benefit Northalsted Business Alliance
Saturday, September 12th, 2015 from 7PM to 12AM

Hosted by Amanda Lepore AND Pablo Hernandez this year! Attendees for this year’s fourth annual Out In The Park Celebration are in for a night of EPIC proportions.

All night, attendees can follow the bass to the Hometown Square dance area where The DJ’s of SCARLET Bar Chicago and Hostess Trannika Rex and some adorable go go’s well keep the party jumping.

Andrew Christian supermodel and “king of selfies” Pablo Hernandez will be riding rides with guests all night and taking photos. Then at 11:00 he will debut 2 of his new songs, followed by the Queen of New York nightlife, Amanda Lepore, with the worlds most expensive body!

Out In The Park is an annual private LGBT Saturday night fundraising event featuring unlimited riding of ALL Six Flags Great America’s amazing THRILL rides with a portion of all ticket sales each year help benefit various non-profits. “One of the best elements of this event is that it is closed to the general public and this year our event piggy-backs a daytime corporate buyout so our attendees will be entering an EMPTY PARK!” explains Michael Snell, co-owner of “The LGBT community, their family, friends and supporters can enjoy the park with little to no lines and without homophobic hassles from anyone. It’s like a Fall Gay Pride Celebration with even MORE amusement and entertainment!”

In an interview with “We are very excited that this private night for charity continues to grow every year and we have gifted over $35,000 to various groups,” said Derrick Sorles, Snell’s husband of 16 years and business partner, “We are more than thrilled that Amanda Lepore is flying in from New York and the handsome Pablo Hernandez (from Los Angeles) will debut his new music at our event this year!”

Advance $40 tickets can be purchased NOW at
FREE parking for this special event! In September the price goes up to $45. $50 the day of the event. All ages event. Drinks are available for purchase to those 21+
Hotels –if you are coming to Chicago for the weekend, we have 3 hotel choices in the heart of Boystown! CITY SUITES, WILLOWS HOTEL and MAJESTIC HOTEL. All the hotels are on our website


Chicago Hotels in Boystown

If you are gay and visiting Chicago, chances are you want to stay in Boystown, so you are not paying for cabs  to go back and fourth from downtown!

Hotels In Boystown Chicago and  Things to Do

Celebrate Chicago pride when you stay with hotels near Boystown, Chicago. Enjoy all of the fabulous things to do  – just a few blocks from  The Majestic Hotel.

PrideFest kicks off  June  19-21,  On June 22nd  will be a  Pride Splash  at Six Flags, June 25th  is  Zoo Pride @ Brookfield Zoo,  June 26th and 27th  gay pride parties all over the  city  and the BIG Parade, which attracts  almost 1 Million people  on Sunday June 28th.

The area along North Halsted features the best in Boystown, Chicago bars, dining, entertainment and more. After a night on the town, rest easy in  your choice  of  3  locations, close to everything! City Suites, The Majestic or The Willows.

Chicago Boystown Hotels near the Action

Boystown is the US’s first officially recognized gay village and still stands as a national hub of our nation’s LGBT community. Explore a host of delightful boutiques, unique eateries and entertainment hot-spots or, if your timing is right, check out the famed Northalsted Market Days in August or Chicago Pride Fest close to hotels near Boystown, Chicago. And  now,   OUT IN THE PARK  at  Six Flags in September.


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Chicago is an amazing city year round! And during the week, many of the clubs and bars run specials, so it’s  a great time to save money, and make new friends!
Visit  Best Gay Chicago for the latest information!



Prague Pride 2015

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The 5th edition of the Prague Pride festival will take place from Monday, August 10th through Sunday the 16th, with the Parade, main concert and outdoor party on Saturday the 15th. This year the festival will celebrate its fifth anniversary with a full program to be released soon. The Facebook event of the Prague Pride Parade can be found here.

The Czech Republic is the most LGBT tolerant country of the former Eastern Bloc, with Prague being one of Europe’s top gay destinations. This is reflected by the Prague Pride festival, the biggest and most open LGBT festival in the region. The leading American online newspaper The Huffington Post mentioned Prague as one of the top eight gay destinations in the world and Prague Pride made it to the top ten best Pride festivals in Europe.

The 2014 edition of Prague Pride attracted thousands of visitors every day during the week and more than 20,000 people attended the Gay Pride Parade on Saturday.

There is enough reason to celebrate this year, especially since the 2015 edition will be the fifth edition of Prague Pride.

Prague Pride grew tremendously over the last five years. From a small, local pride festival we became one of the most interesting and inspiring Pride festivals in Europe. As we are heading to our small anniversary, obviously we are preparing the festival which once again will be full of interesting guests, fabulous parties and mind blowing events”, said Czeslaw Walek, president of Prague Pride.

The week-long program is now being prepared and will be officially released soon, but we are already proud to announce that the London Gay Men’s Chorus, the largest gay men’s chorus in Europe with more than 120 singers, will perform on Friday, August 14th for Prague Pride. The popular and unique Pride Village will make an appearance again this year which will be accessible during the entire festival, along with the Business Forum which brings together interesting and inspiring guests from the business world.

Prague Pride 2015 is also unique because attention is being paid to serious LGBT topics and human rights issues. This year the festival will focus on bullying. More details about this topic and the affiliated campaign will be released soon.

The full program will be released at shortly.


MATINEE Las Vegas Dance Party Weekend

Las Vegas is drawing in more and more guys from around the country to the Matinee Las Vegas Festival!

The Biggest Gay Dance Festival of the Summer returns for a 5th Anniversary over Memorial Day Weekend: May 22-25, 2015. Plus, Barcelona’s Biggest Party makes its U.S. debut for our Saturday Night Main Event at America’s Newest Waterpark: Cowabunga Bay!



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Andrew Christian at Puerto Vallarta Pride 2015

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• Vallarta Pride will take place from May 17 to 25 to pay tribute to the vibrant LGBT community in Puerto Vallarta Mexico!

• Andrew Christian, founder and head designer at Andrew Christian™, the internationally renowned brand, has confirmed his participation in the fashion show to be held on May 22 in Mantamar Beach Club Bar & Grill!

Puerto Vallarta  will host the third gay pride festival “Vallarta Pride” from May 17 to 25, 2015 under the theme of “Unity”. This 9-day event will pay tribute to the LGBT community through a series of art and cultural activities, concerts, movies, beach parties, parades, fashion shows and lots of fun.

One of the first celebrities to confirm his participation in Vallarta Pride 2015 is Andrew Christian, founder and head designer of Andrew Christian, the internationally renowned brand of underwear, swimwear and sportswear for men with headquarters in Hollywood, California.

Andrew Christian has announced his participation at the fashion show scheduled for Friday, May 22, 2015 at 9.00pm in Mantamar Beach Club Bar & Grill. He also confirmed that the international models TopherDimaggio, Pablo Hernández, Diego Sans y Cheddy O will be wearing some of his best creations and his recent designs to delight the audience.

This event will be complemented with the participation of Liquid Men and Amsterdam PV, two local boutiques, which will be presenting their own clothing lines and exclusive accessories during the catwalk.


General admission is $20USD ($ 290 pesos) and VIP admission, which includes preferred seating, a complimentary drink, waiter service and a meet & greet after the gateway, is $30USD ($435 pesos). Tickets can be purchased HERE.

The Vallarta Pride 2015 Organizing Committee is thrilled to have Andrew Christian at the Pride Festival and is pleased to confirm that the participation of other celebrities, as well as the tentative schedule and venues for all events will be announced in the upcoming days.

For more information, please visit or the official Facebook page:

Para mayores informes, por favor visita el sitio web o la página oficial de Facebook:


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Sitges Spain – BEST GAY PRIDE in the World

BIGGER is not always better.

While Sao Paulo has the BIGGEST GAY PRIDE in the world – I think SITGES has the BEST GAY PRIDE in the world!



Sitges is a fantastic gay-friendly beach town less than an hour away from Barcelona. The city’s seafront promenade, (often called Spains answer to the French Riviera) art deco architecture and nightlife make it a popular tourist spot, especially in the summer, where it is often hard to book a room.

THIS is what PRIDE is supposed to be. Thousands of people having fun, dressing up and partying.

This 10 minutes of fantastic footage will make Sitges the #1 Pride in the world!

Official Video Coverage of the International Gay Sitges Pride 2014 – Including all of the parades, tribute acts, pool parties, events and more. Come Join us in 2015 – June 18th to 23rd.



Gay Pride 2014 is Coming ! To a City Near You!

GAY PRIDE IS COMING!  Over the next 6 months, gay prides will be happening  coast to coast!

PHOENIX PRIDE  April  5-6, 2014

MIAMI  PRIDE   April  11-13

TOKYO PRIDE  April 27rh

SAO PAULO PRIDE    May 4th, 2014 – the BIGGEST in the WORLD


NEW JERSEY  PRIDE   June 1st, 2014

LOS ANGELES  PRIDE  June 6th-8th

MILWAUKEE  WI   Pride   June 6th-8th

CAPITAL PRIDE  DC  June 6th-8th

DETROIT  PRIDE  June  7th-8th



BOSTON PRIDE  June 8th-16th

KEY WEST PRIDE  June 11th-15th 2014

NASHVILLE PRIDE  June 12th-14th


PITTSBURGH  PRIDE   June 14th-15th

BERLIN PRIDE   June 14th-15th

OSLO PRIDE June  20th-29th

HOUSTON GAY PRIDE  June 20th-29th

PLUS in 2014, Toronto will actually be  WORLD  PRIDE with even BIGGER  crowds


NEW YORK CITY PRIDE  June 24th-29th

TAMPA  FL   PRIDE  June 27th-29th

PARIS PRIDE   June 28th



CHICAGO PRIDE FEST  June 21st – 22nd

(they are trying to fill in the days in between to make a full week of pride)



MADRID PRIDE July 2nd-6th


SAN DIEGO PRIDE  July 18th-20th

STOCKHOLM PRIDE  July 28th – Aug. 2nd

MONTREAL PRIDE July  July 28th-Aug. 3rd

AMSTERDAM PRIDE August 1st-3rd – with floats on the canal!

ANTWERP PRIDE August 4th-11th

REYKJAVIK PRIDE August 5th-10th

CHICAGO MARKET DAYS – August 9th-10th   (not really pride – but a big party!)

OTTAWA PRIDE  August 15th-24th

PRAGUE PRIDE August 11th-17th

COPENHAGEN PRIDE  August 26th-31st

ATLANTA  PRIDE  August  27th-Sept. 1st

SOUTHERN DECADENCE  –  August 27th-September 1 (not really pride – but a big party)

LAS VEGAS PRIDE  September 2nd-8th

AUSTIN TX  PRIDE   September 20th

DALLAS PRIDE   September 21st

MAUI HAWAII   October 4th-5th

GAY PRIDE is a time of celebration and with that, usually comes some drinking.  MAKE SURE YOU DRINK WATER AS WELL!  Keep yourself hydrated! You don’t want to go to the hospital with your boa and go go shorts on!  (poor guy!)



Best Gay City Vancouver celebrates Pride Parade and Festival now thru AUGUST 4th

 The “big day” is Sunday, August 4,
with the parade rolling through city streets and ending at Sunset Beach
where the festival takes place. 

Other events include several movie
nights with outdoor screenings, a Pride pavilion at the Vancouver Public
Library, a Pride Run, and dance parties for everyone including youth
and clean/sober communities. 

  • Vancouver Queer Arts Festival, July 24 – Aug. 9

    Running alongside Pride, the numerous events of the QAF bring out the
    best and queerest in performing and visual arts held at various downtown
    venues. Everyone’s welcome to join in the Vancouver Men’s Chorus’ “Big
    Gay Sing,” view the Pride in Community Art Show, take in the play Bi, Hung, and Fit, and more.

  • Gay Vancouver Bike Tour, July 24 & 31 and Aug. 2 & 3.
    Matt Oliver leads this “easy” cycling tour focused on Vancouver’s LGBT
    scene and history, and strives to answer the question, “how did the
    Davie Village become the gayest and my most favorite place to live in
    the world?” 
  • Vancouver Fetish Weekend, July 26 to 28.
    The weekend before the Pride parade, get your fetish on during this
    three-night extravaganza at a variety of venues. With event names like
    Sin City Confessional and Scarlet Harlot’s Ball, this sexy weekend is
    not for the bashful.
  • Man Up Events, Aug. 2 to 3.
    Held at the indie-popular Cobalt bar on Main Street, this organization
    hosts two back-to-back gender-bender drag king and queer dance party
    events on Pride weekend. 
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    Atlanta Gay Pride Happens Oct. 13-14, 2012

    October 13th and 14th, 2012,  one of the biggest pride events in the US!  

    Atlanta Pride takes
    place in the heart of   the gay South with a series of events marked by
    the annual parade that runs through beautiful Piedmont Park, Atlanta’s
    haven amongst the concrete jungle. Stars galore!  Including Andy Bell, Kristine W and more. PLUS, a kcik off party on the 12th -Fourth Annual Official Atlanta Pride Kick-off Party at The Georgia Aquarium. Get a full list of all the events and happenings online.

    Celebrating 42 years of pride, Atlanta has long trumped the
    stereotype of a conservative, repressed Southern city and shone brightly
    with its’ pride flag waving freely.   Mixing the fabulous beats of
    local DJs with the charm that oozes from the Southern spirit, Atlanta Pride boasts a parade like none other.

    But, when the parade goes quiet and the night is still young, Atlanta still
    has so much to offer that you’ll be surprised that you hadn’t visited

    With old world decadence meets modern mertropolis feel, the
    ATL is sure to keep you entertained!


    Prague Pride Returns in August 2012


    Last year the first ever Prague Pride was organized amid political
    controversy, when Czech president Václav Klaus openly criticized having a
    Pride event in the capital of the Czech Republic. In spite of his
    statements the first Prague Pride was an overwhelming success, with more
    than 25.000 visitors. The event turned out to be a human rights
    manifestation as well as a celebration all over the city, which had a
    lasting impression on all those present.

    Prague Pride 2012 will be held from 13 to 19 August 2012 on various attractive locations in the Czech capital.

    The ambition of the organizing team is to attract an even higher number
    of visitors than last year. With 7 days filled with entertainment,
    debates, concerts, exhibitions, theatre and more, Prague Pride 2012 will
    represent the Czech LGBT+ community in its full colour and diversity.
    With Prague Pride still being a relatively new event, it has a fresh
    atmosphere of activism combined with fun, which can no longer be found
    in many other, more commercial Prides.

    The theme of this year festival is “Bringing our colours together”
    with the aim to introduce the general public to the LGBT communities
    that are usually hidden from the public eye, such as LGBT Roma, disabled
    or transgender persons.

    The highlight of the festival will be the parade through the
    city centre and the consecutive concert at Střelecký Island on Saturday
    the 18th of August
    . The route of the Parade will
    take the participants from the famous Wenceslav square to the beautiful
    Střelekcy Island, where a concert will be held with many local and
    international stars.

    “We want to show the Czech society as well as visitors from abroad
    that we will continue to put Prague on the map as Central and Eastern
    Europe’s capital of diversity and as one of Europe’s main LGBT travel
    destinations.“  the director of the festival Czeslaw Walek says. By
    giving Prague Pride 2012 his auspices, the mayor of Prague acknowledges
    the significance of its LGBT community, with Prague Pride becoming a
    tradition in Europe’s LGBT summer season.

    Prague Pride

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    Big Gay Hudson Valley – Pride in Upstate New York May 25-27

    Big Gay Hudson Valley
    (BGHV), the region’s premier source for gay & lesbian information
    & resources in the Hudson Valley, has unveiled the plans for its
    fourth annual Pride Preview Weekend.  Last year, more than 700 people
    gathered to kick-off gay pride season with BGHV. For 2012, more than
    1,000 guests will celebrate with three days of events that will run from
    Friday, May 25th to Sunday, May 27th of Memorial Day Weekend.

    The weekend’s events are all detailed on, and include: 
    The weekend’s capstone event – the Pride Preview Party – has drawn
    crowds in excess of 650+ in years past.  It is a BYO picnic and
    attendees are encouraged to pack a picnic dinner to share with their
    friends. Locust Grove’s gorgeous estate grounds and gardens also warmly
    welcome dogs (on a leash, please) and children. While a bar will not be
    set up on site, those of the legal drinking age are invited to pack
    their favorite adult beverage of choice to be enjoyed on the lawn during
    the event.  
    Entertainment for the evening includes live performances by the Hudson
    Valley’s very-own DJ Ali, Drag Bingo Cabaret with Trixie Starr &
    Ophelia Nightly of the Hudson Pride Foundation, and our headliner –
    straight from NYC – acclaimed gay performer and music producer DJ
    Metro-North Railroad and Poughkeepsie’s Holiday Inn Express are
    offering special weekend get-away packages from New York City. For more
    information about Pride Preview Weekend, booking accommodations, or to
    purchase tickets for select events in advance, visit


    First Gay Pride Celebration in Prague a Big Success

    Several thousand people marched in the first LGBT Pride parade in the Czech capital Saturday as riot police contained antigay protesters assembled to decry the event.


    As Saturday’s march went ahead in light drizzle, riot police held back dozens of far-right extremists who had gathered to shout abusive slogans. But the abuse and moist conditions did not dampen the party atmosphere, as marchers danced to music played from loudspeakers mounted on vans.

    The BBC reports on the inaugural Pride march and five-day festival, which took place despite claims from Deputy Chancellor Petr Hajek that Mayor Bohuslav Svoboda should not support “deviant fellow citizens.” Conservative president Vaclav Klaus backed his aide, but 13 countries, including the United States, issued a statement in support of the celebration.

    The BBC reports that Some 300 police officers worked the scene to prevent the kind of clashes between participants and counterprotesters that occurred at a Pride march in Brno, the second-largest city in the Czech Republic, in 2008.

    The march was to culminate in a series of concerts on an island in the Vltava river, as part of a five-day festival comprising some 80 events — concerts, films, seminars, exhibitions and parties — in 30 venues around the capital.

    More photos online at  BLESK



    June is Past, But Gay Pride Celebrations Continue

    San Diego Pride… July 15-17

    Amsterdam Pride.. July 30 – Aug 7, 2011

    Vancouver Pride…. July 31

    Montreal Pride…… Aug 9 – 14

    Prague Pride   Aug. 10-14

    Copenhagen Pride. Aug 17 – 21

    Capital Pride Ottawa Pride   Aug 19-28

    Honolulu Pride…… Sep 15 – 17

    Las Vegas   NV   Pride…. Sep 16 -17

    Gay Days Disneyland Anaheim, CA   Sept 30-Oct 2

    Atlanta   GA  Pride……… Oct 8 – 9, 2011


    Gay Budapest Pride June 11 – 19, 2011

    Budapest is unique, it has its own distinctive character and attractions. 

    The  Danube river flows gracefully and the two city parts, Buda and Pest welcome it with a warm embrace. Rather than dividing the city the Danube is in full harmony with the two parts, presenting Budapest with striking vistas. 

    The Hungarian capital is not too large and not too small. It has just the right size that makes it a pleasant place to live in and to discover. 2 million citizens it is the largest city in the country.

    The city is often referred to as the Paris of the east, and deserves this name. It bears some resemblance to Prague, but is larger and friendlier.

    Budapest has become a gay mecca in this part of Europe with many gay places. By day, you can visit museums, take a coffee in one of the cafes or visit gay sauna Magnum. By night you can have a dinner at either a cheap or a fancy restaurant and after go to the gay discos or bars.

    Since the fall of the communist regime, a commercial gay infrastructure has grown up, though there is less of a sense of community than in other European countries. Nevertheless the very first gay youth group was founded recently and a Gay Pride Day in Budapest has been organized every year since 1997.

    It is very exciting we will be there next month, covering the 16th Annual Budapest Gay Pride!  11-19 June @2011.  Earlier this year there were some legal problems that arose when the activities and routes had to be expanded – but everything has been worked out and things are moving along full speed ahead!

    If you plan to visit, Budapest Pride site has a lot of information for visitors.

    While gay life may not be quite the same as in Western Europe and North America, we may assure you that once you understand life the Magyar way, there is no limit to expressing who you are and can be in a tolerant, open and accepting Hungary.

    So what exactly IS the Magyar way? Well…just as in the Hungarian language SZIA is hello and HELO can mean goodbye, things work in slightly different ways semantically in Hungary. So although in recent years new exclusively gay and lesbian venues have opened all over the city, there are places that have traditionally always attracted an alternative following, although they have never openly been advertised as such.

     Take the Turkish baths, for instance, on “men-only” days. While not officially gay, they have for decades attracted a huge following of admirers of men-only nudist culture, the homo-eroticism of which may be tangible even for casual outside observers. And in the traditional Magyar scheme of things, such places may be far more enjoyable and relaxing than the crude meat market cruising rituals at Western-style gay saunas. The same applies to mixed nightclubs and cafes, almost all of which in Budapest are known to be highly tolerant, accepting and easygoing. Thus Hungary is radically different from the gay circuit party scene of Western Europe and North America, which is precisely its greatest charm and attraction.


    The idea of organizing the first gay festival came in the years following the political transition. However, the announcement of Hungary’s first Gay Pride in 1992 was in vain: the event was canceled because of lack of interest.

    But the organizers didn’t give up. They started thinking about other kinds of gatherings, and they invited lesbians and gays to a picnic! Over the years the events have grown. In 1993 they had a film festival. BY the 2008 the film festival had become HUGE!  Never before had so many non-LGBT individuals and organizations participated in the march, which strongly signified their support for rights. Public figures and organizations reacted to the situation as well, and in the aftermath of the attacks several civil initiatives were launched, whose slogan became: “We’ve had enough of violence against minorities!”



    Gay Pride London with Reporter and Singer Danny Hilton

    One of  our favorite reporters and dear friend Danny Hilton  from London, was interviewed by the BBC News for Gay Pride. He writes for Pink News  and HOMOVISION.TV   and he is a super singer!

    London will be THE place to be in 2012. The Olympic Games come to town, her Majesty celebrates her Diamond Jubilee but most importantly of all Pride London will be hosting WorldPride 2012 !

    Watch the Video on his Facebook page .

    Find  Danny Hilton on Facebook 

    and  Danny  Hilton UK

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