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The North-East community comes together under the rainbow flag at the festival formerly known as Newcastle Pride – and your feet won’t touch the ground all weekend. Check out the Pride Festival Arena for top-flight artists including Fleur East, Liberty X and Saara Aalto. Stroll the Community Village for the Family & Youth Zone, the Health & Wellbeing Zone and the chance to splurge at the quirky pop-up stalls. Above all, don’t miss the parade, with the Stonewall Remembrance March aiming to top the 20,000 people who participated last year.
Endcliffe Park is the setting, but all other bets are off when it comes to the gloriously unpredictable Pride In Sheffield. Now its eleventh triumphant year, the festival is going from strength to strength, welcoming isolated individuals into Yorkshire’s LGBT+ community and ensuring that nobody faces challenges and prejudices alone. Look out for live music, free-flowing drinks and drag tents – and wave your Pride flag high when the parade sets off from Pear Street at noon.
As Yorkshire’s biggest LGBT+ celebration, Leeds Pride goes off like a glitter cannon. The organisers have a reputation for booking the pop legends and best upcoming acts, so beat a path to the Sainsbury’s Parade Stage in Millennium Square and shake it to dance classics like Rozalla’s Everybody’s Free and Baby D’s Let Me Be Your Fantasy. As ever, the parade is the main event – so if you’d rather steal the spotlight than cheer from the sidelines, why not design your own float with a little help from the festival’s experts at Grace & Tailor.
For one weekend, Glasgow bursts into glorious technicolor, as Scotland’s largest LGBT+ celebration takes the city by storm. Organisers have just announced the glorious Riverside Museum as the location, with the March taking place on the 17th and the festival spread across two days of music and hi-jinks. Keep your eyes on the website and be the first to hear about all the events as they’re revealed.
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