Pride Month: The Top 8 UK Pride Celebrations You Don’t Want To Miss!

Pride 2024 will be taking place all over the nation, so expect parades, festivals and parties and the biggest show up for the LGBTQ+ community yet.

21 May 2024

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1. Brighton Pride Festival | Friday 02 – Monday 05 August

A day filled with world-class entertainment, community and celebrations, it is the UK's biggest, best and most flamboyant of Pride events. Brighton Pride is a glorious, life-affirming spectacular in the city's beautiful Preston Park, fuelled by pride, love and campaigning.

2. Pride in London | Saturday 29 June

One of the longest running pride festivals in the country and the largest, Pride in London boasts an estimated 30,000 participants. Join the celebrations among hundreds of floats and performers, singing and dancing through the streets of London.

3. Bourne Free | Friday 05 & Saturday 06 July

Bourne Free is Bournemouth's annual LGBTQ pride festival. Expect, music, fairground rides and the most colourful parade which individuals and families are encouraged to join in on the fun. Planning a trip? Stay at nearby Sandy Balls Holiday Village.

4. Edinburgh Pride | Saturday 22 June

Scotland's longest running celebration of diversity, Pride Edinburgh ensuring the rainbow shines over the capital city. Planning a trip? Stay at nearby Piperdam Lesiure Resort.

5. Lincoln Pride | Saturday 17 August

Enjoy a full day of live performances and festivities, in celebration of Lincoln's LGBTQ+ community. Planning a trip? Stay at nearby Tattershall Lakes Country Park.

6. York Pride | Saturday 01 June

Join North Yorkshire's biggest LGBT+ celebration with headlining acts from Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK Season 5! Planning a trip? Stay at nearby The Bay Filey Holiday Resort.

7. Manchester | Friday 23 – Monday 26 August.

Join in as the city celebrates diversity, unity, and the vibrant energy of Manchester, buzzing together toward a brighter future.

8. Cornwall Pride | Saturday 31 August

The parade is a colourful and vibrant event, planned to flow through the streets of Truro, with the world's largest Pride flag as we celebrate equality and diversity across our entire LGBTQ+ and all marginalised communities, shining a beacon in Cornwall. Planning a trip? Stay at nearby Retallack Resort



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