Start: Baker Street via Oxford Street
Finish: Trafalgar Square
Gay Pride London (officially Pride in London), attracts one of the most diverse crowds in Europe and
provides a platform for every part of London’s LGBTQ community to raise awareness.
More than just a parade, Gay Pride London is a city-wide festival of around 60 events. The event attracts thousands of people from across the UK and the world each year.
The main Gay Pride London Parade will take place on 7 July 2018 from 12:00pm. Over 300 groups and floats will travel from Baker Street via Oxford Street to Trafalgar Square, where the crowd will gather for musical performances and speeches.
Aside from the Parade, Gay Pride London hosts a huge variety of events, fitting for its diverse crowd. Expect a Cabaret Stage, Community Village, Women’s Stage, as well as plenty of entertainment in all of London’s gay bars and clubs.
The Sunday after the main Parade (8 July) is Pride in the Park. It’s a community-style event held in conjunction with UK Black Pride, featuring all kinds of entertainment. There'll be a cake baking competition, sports events, a dog show (!), music, spoken word and food and drink.
Photos © Pride in London
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