Pride 2018: Parking, parking suspensions and public transport

Access to some parts of the city will be restricted or not possible during specific times of the day, over the Pride weekend. Learn about road closures during Pride.

  • The Pride parade and festival in Preston Park: Saturday 4 August 2018
  • The Pride village party (around St James Street and Marine Parade): Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 August 2018


Car parks

Both The Lanes car park and Regency Square car park will have restricted access during the event. 

Due to traffic diversions, some roads may not be accessible when traveling to the car parks.

London Road car park normally has the most available space at weekends, however there will be traffic diversions in place in the area.

Learn more about our car parks, including locations and prices.

On-street parking

On-street parking is available in Brighton & Hove. Learn more about on-street parking.

Parking suspensions

In order for the event to take place we need to suspend the use of some parking bays. There will be triangular yellow signs on the sign posts by the bays that are suspended to inform the motorist of this.

The triangular yellow signs will say when the bays are suspended. Please check all signs before parking.

Public transport


Brighton & Hove Buses will make changes to their bus routes during Pride. Learn more on the Brighton & Hove Buses website


Train times and information can be found on the National Rail website.


A temporary taxi rank will be available near Preston Park to help people leave the park between 10pm to 11.59pm on Saturday 4 August. Stanford Avenue (from the junction of Preston Park Avenue to the junction of Beaconsfield Villas) will be closed during this time.

Park & Ride

Due to the road closures, access to the Park & Ride site will be restricted during the event. Please see the road closures list for full details

More information

For more information on Pride, visit the official Pride website.

For parking information: