Get ready for Pride 2019
The theme of this year’s Pride is ‘Generation of Love’ which marks the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Inn uprising that ignited the Pride movement.
Pride events will celebrate the progress that has been made over five decades of campaigning while recognising that there is still more to be done.
Brighton Pride – Saturday 3 August
This year’s free Pride Community Parade takes place on Saturday 3 August and applications for the parade are now open.
The Pride in the Park festival takes place in Preston Park on the same day, playing host to some of the world’s biggest acts. This year’s headline artist will be announced at 8am on Tuesday 5 February.
The two day Pride Village Party will once again take place at St James’s Street and the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade.
This is a ticketed event and it is strongly advised that wristbands for the event are bought in advance from the Pride ticket shop.
LoveBN1Fest – Sunday 4 August
Community event LoveBN1Fest takes place in Preston Park helping raise extra funds for the Pride Social Impact Fund.
LoveBN1Fest will feature main stage headline artists as well as performance and dance tents, family tents, spoken word and cabaret, a creative arts and culture zone.
This year’s headline artist will be announced at 8am on Monday 4 February.
Further information is available on the Brighton and Hove Pride website.