The annual Pride community parade is one of the most colourful and exciting visual events in the city’s calendar bringing the whole community out to Brighton & Hove’s streets with approximately 160,000 people completely stopping the traffic to view the spectacle in all its outrageous colour. The parade entries and spectators typify this most diverse of cities.
2015 Brighton and Hove Pride mark 25 fantastic years of Pride in the City.
That’s a quarter of a century of out and proud celebrations and visibility of our amazing and diverse LGBTI communities and the outstanding work done by our community groups.
To mark this important milestone, and in recognition of our diverse and inspirational community, our theme this year is ‘Carnival of diversity’
2015’s Carnival of Diversity encompasses everything that has become iconic about the diverse, creative and open-minded community that makes Brighton internationally famous.
The community parade is the spectacle of the year and a chance for you to join with others in what is the liveliest, most colourful, uplifting and empowering visual showcase in the city.
The Pride Community Parade perfectly reflects the diversity of the city as organisations, businesses and community groups come together for a truly unique event.
It’s essential that Pride continues to have campaigning message, so alongside the celebrations Pride will continue to highlight the plight of LGBT communities across the globe that are criminalised and denied the Freedom to Live.
Thousands of people watch the parade every year and it is the best ‘shop window’ for community groups and business to get your message of support for Pride and the message of equality and diversity.
As Pride celebrates it’s 25th Anniversary, there’s no better time to celebrate Pride in our City.
On the parade expect to see the diverse mix of Brighton community groups, faith groups, charities and businesses, plus everything from floats to fire engines, roller skaters, drummers and samba bands - a true cavalcade.
LGBT Community Pride Parade, 11am, Saturday 1st August 2015.
Parade Registration opens early 2015.
Please register your interest here.
For any other Parade related enquiries please email : email@example.com
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