The Main Event
Be Loud & Be Proud
The Liverpool Pride festival takes place on the last weekend of July, in memorial of Michael Causer's anniversary on 2nd August - painting the city in rainbow colours to raise awareness of hate crime from homophobia, biphobia and transphobia.
The festival weekend brings together big names from music and entertainment, as well as so many local bands and artists.
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Paint the City rainbow
The city gathers at
St George's Plateau
before marching in joyful, peaceful protest in honour of equality and diversity all around Liverpool's City Centre.
From Queen's Square to Stanley Street, and ending on Tithebarn Street - the March is the LGBTQ+ community, and those who support us', way of visibly stating that we are HERE, and hate is not welcome.
Speakers will rally everyone into readiness for the march on St George's Plateau before making their way to Tithebarn Street! To see the march route, or to register your group, click the buttons below!
March Muster: 11am
March begin: 12pm
March ETA at Pride Site: 1pm
Let your hair down
Taking place place on
this year, Liverpool Pride has returned to its roots - with the Stanley Street Quarter on one side, and Pownall Square (the home of Mersey Pride 1995) on the other!
With three stages, a community expo, VIP area and chill out area - Saturday is the big day to celebrate being YOU!
Headlining this year is Sophie Ellis Bextor, along with Courtney Act and so many more; this is one of the biggest free events you do not want to miss!
Take a breather
Sundays are all about getting over the hangover of the day before.
Liverpool Pride Sundays are all about doing something different - Learn, experience, make a difference, enjoy.