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The temperature is rising, the excitement is building and the countdown is on.
Yes the city’s proudest day is almost upon us, Brighton Pride 2014 is almost here.
With a line-up that includes so many spectacular wonders including Sam Bailey, Blue, Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt and Martha Wash, the all new Q Alt Music Live Stage with Republica, Massive Ego, Q-Boy and Lucy Spraggon plus Brighton Pride favourites Calabash, The Legends Cabaret Tent, The Women’s Dance Tent, Men’s Zone, Community Village, Literature Live Tent and the super-sized Wild Fruit Dance Tent, Brighton Pride 2014 is set to deliver the UK’s most colourful and flamboyant Pride celebration yet.
With more acts to be confirmed and the fastest selling ticket sales Brighton Pride has ever seen, 2014 is certain surpass all fundraising records and deliver a glorious day of Pride for everyone.
Tickets for the Pride festival have been on sale since February and all early Birds and discounted advance have now sold out !
Make sure you are part of this best of Brighton days and grab the last of the Pride Festival £17.50 advance tickets today.
£17.50 Advance second release available until the end of June /£20 in July/ More on the day.
Pride Brighton & Hove 2014: Freedom To Live
Pride Festival Preston Park 12noon – 10pm.
Pride 2014 will be on Saturday, August 2.
Brighton & Hove Council granted Landlord’s Consent last week to Brighton Pride Community Interest Company (BPCIC) to use Preston Park for the next three years.
With over 160,00 participants and spectators in the 2013 LGBT Community Parade and over 35,000 party goers at ‘Icons on the Park’, Brighton was the largest Pride festival in the UK in 2013. The main stage played host to stars and legends like Alison Moyet, MKS, Mz Dynamite and Paloma Faith, and plans are well under way to make 2014 even bigger and better.
Paul Kemp of Brighton Pride Community Interest Company said: “We hope to expand the programme of LGBT cultural events around Pride and explore new elements to maximise the use of the park event infrastructure by creating a weekend of fundraising activities.
These may include a comedy performance on the Friday and the possibility alternative use of the Park infrastructure on the Sunday afternoon.
Plans are very much in the exploratory stage & we intend to consult the community on any future plans, but it is our intention that any future developments would broaden the entertainment offering of Pride weekend to appeal to a greater cross-section of Brighton’s diverse communities.”
Freedom to Live will be the umbrella theme for the Pride Festival in 2014.
Brighton Pride Parade & Festival
Saturday 2nd August 2014
Pride Arts & Film 18th July – 3rd August 2014
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