Brighton Pride's LGBT Community parade in 2013 was rightly one of the highlights of the day and the most visible part of Pride for the general public who flocked to the city to enjoy the unique spectacle.
Join 160,000 expected participants and spectators as 2014’s LGBT community Pride Parade The World’s A Disco celebrates the music, dance and colour from around the globe ... from the diversity of disco to the sauciness of salsa.
Dancing under the campaigning theme Freedom To Live the parade will also highlight the plight of those global LGBT communities whose basic right to party and live freely is denied.
Freedom to Live,
Saturday 2nd August 2014
LGBT Community Parade The World’s a Disco
Marine Parade 11pm.
Register your Parade entry before end of April for 10% early registration discount.
Please register here: here
Register as a Parade Steward (and get a free ticket for the park) or volunteers to carry 78 Freedom To Live placards representing the 78 countries where homosexuality is illegal.
Please register your interest here and we'll contact you by email with details here
For any other Parade related enquiries please email : firstname.lastname@example.org
The Parade begins by the Brighton Wheel on Madeira Drive:
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