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To try and make your Pride weekend go as smoothly as possible, here are a few key things to get sorted before you arrive.


Due to road works in the city centre by BHCC the parade route for 2019 has changed. Read more here


New location for 2019 on Old Steine. Opening times and more here
We advise that Pride in the park & Pride Village party (PVP) tickets are purchased in advance to avoid queues and both events are likely to sell out in advance.


Pride in the Park Festival: Etickets can only be exchanged at the gate on Preston Park.  If you have a PVP bolt on eticket you may also exchange this at the gate on Preston Park.
Gates open 12.00. We advise early to avoid the queues and suggest 6pm latest for finale show.

Pride Village Party: Etickets can be exchanged at the Box office on Old Steine.
Download and print your eticket before you arrive.Bring ID in the name of the lead booker/credit card that was used. Read more here


South Coast rail provider Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has confirmed plans for enhanced Saturday train services to help visitors to the city get home from Brighton and a rainbow queue system at Brighton station over the weekend. Please ensure purchase your train ticket in advance.  Please keep on your Pride wristband so Pride team can monitor Pride traffic. Read more here.


Direct buses to from Preston park to London  plus a network of pick up locations across the South  & selected Cities to transport Pride visitors safely to and from Pride 2019. Read more here


The affordable fun way to stay in the City over Pride. Spaces should be booked in advance. 


Brighton Pride are committed to improving our environmental impact and are working with a sustainability expert to help us with a three year plan. We are focusing our energies on the areas we have control over – Preston Park and Old Steine – as well as working with the venues in the Pride Village Party footprint to try and reduce plastic and carbon emissions.
So, what are we doing? Read more here


City Angels is an initiative to promote a closer working partnership between Brighton & Hove Pride with local retailers, restaurants, hotels and other businesses. Read more here


General Festival Safety:

  1. Stay hydrated (you may bring in empty refillable water bottles)
  2. Wear sunscreen
  3. Look after your friends
  4. If you need to seek medical support for any reason at a Pride event visit the St John’s medical tent as soon as possible they are there to help.
  5. Report any hate crimes you witness to Sussex Police

Please join us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram to updates over the weekend.

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