Pride in Liverpool is back and this year they're inviting you to Come As You Are! Here's everything you need to know...

Come and join us as we celebrate love and inclusion across the city for what is set to be one epic weekend. 

Pride in Liverpool is one of Europe’s largest FREE pride festivals which is entirely volunteer led, meaning everyone, from every walk of life is invited to come and celebrate all things love with us. Taking place on Saturday 27th July 2019, we’ve put together all the key info you need to know to make sure you have THE. BEST. WEEKEND. EVER.


PAINT THE CITY RAINBOW - MARCH WITH PRIDE

Picture this - over 5,000 people marching through the streets of Liverpool from St George’s Plateau to Tithebarn Street - loud and proud! Amazing, right? Now is your time to be part of this special moment as the organisers of Pride in Liverpool are inviting you to March with Pride.

Go the extra mile with your costumes, banners and flags, if that’s your thing. If not, wear whatever the heck you want. Just bring your passion, your voice and your pride, as we promise this will be one pride march you’ll never forget.

The march starts at St George’s Plateau at 12pm on Saturday 27th July and you can register yourself or organisation HERE.

When the beat drops! | 📸 Bryan Fowler

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FESTIVAL SITE

After the march we’re having a huge celebration over on Tithebarn Street with big name entertainment, local bands and artists. As well as all the music acts you’ll be able to find a youth zone, community expo and more across the site.


BARCLAYS STAGE

Here you will find all the main action, kindly sponsored by the guys over at Barclays UK. Big hugs for you lot!

Headliners: Little Boots and Saara Aalto
Electropop singer-songwriter and DJ, Little Boots, and Finnish born X-Factor Dance Like Nobody’s Watching singer, Saara Aalto will take to the Barclays Stage for Pride in Liverpool!

Joined by:
Katy Alex, House of Suarez, Daisy Gill, Queen Zee, Emily Burns, Adam Lyons, Minnie Cooper, Korrupt and The Vivienne.

The Barclays Stage has been programmed in association with Liverpool Sound City.

@courtneyact absolutely killed it at Liverpool Pride 2018!

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SHOWCASE STAGE

Headliners: Amique & Josef Hollywood (DJ Set)
 

Joined by:
Channy, Jess Kemp, Adam Jay, Fyval, Nora, Michael Aldag, Kyami, Luna and Remee Corry. 

This stage has been programmed in association with LIMF Academy - so expect some of the best up and coming Liverpool artists!


YOUTH ZONE

This year the Michael Causer Foundation will be sponsoring a Youth Zone which will provide a safe space during the day for everyone under the age of 25 to go. There will be a BBQ, Open Stage and a Chill Out Zone too, all open between around 1pm and 5pm. 


CELEBRATE INTO THE NIGHT

The celebration doesn’t have to end once the official pride festivities come to an end - we’re not that mean! Liverpool has a thriving LGBTQ+ area with many bars and clubs ready and waiting for you to party the night away. Let’s take a look at what’s going on…

CAMP & FURNACE

Join Pride in Liverpool at Camp and Furnace for a huge celebration of music, sexuality, life and love - in all forms! Expect to hear the biggest & best mix of Freddie & Elton, along with more LGBTQ+ artists all night long!

Find out more here.

OMG LIVERPOOL

The OMG Pride Carnival Party is back, bigger and better!

With free entry all day and night from 1pm, expect the biggest tunes and the best carnival atmosphere.

Find out more here.

THE NAVY BAR

A trip to Pride in Liverpool wouldn’t be complete without a visit to The Navy Bar, trust us! Join them as they celebrate pride with top DJ’s including Ant Armstrong, Jade Jaxon, Luke James, Sean Myers and many more!

Find out more here.

HEAVEN

Join the UK’s biggest draghosts, the hottest LGBT+ DJ’s and the best party atmosphere at Heaven’s Neon Circus!

Find out more here.


LCR PRIDE FOUNDATION

We don’t just celebrate pride across one weekend here in Liverpool - we celebrate it all year round! From the LCR Pride Awards to some very special events yet to be announced, take a look at how pride is celebrated across the region.

So there you have it, your guide to Pride in Liverpool, all in one handy place! Tweet us your photos using #visitliverpool and we will share our best across the weekend.


BLOG POST PROFILE

This blog has been written by Stefan Price, Digital Marketing Assistant for Marketing Liverpool. Stefan looks after digital activity across Marketing Liverpool/ Visit Liverpool and runs the its Liverpool social channels!
 
Stefan is 20 years old and from Liverpool. He loves all things to do with cruises, shopping and the odd Gin and Elderflower!

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The free festival will return to the Tithebarn Street site in the city centre on Saturday 27th with multiple stages of live entertainment, a dedicated youth zone and whole host of inclusive activities, stalls and food and drink vendors.