Celebrating 25 years of the UK’s biggest pride festival, Brighton Pride!
Loved locally and acclaimed nationally, Brighton and Hove Pride is a celebration of all that is great about the city and its vibrant LGBT community.
To mark this important milestone and recognise the wonderful diversity of Brighton and Hove’s community, the theme for 2015’s Brighton Pride is ‘Carnival of Diversity’.
Come and see for free the Pride Parade! kicking off from 11am on Saturday 1st August. The parade is the spectacle of the year and a chance to join others in the liveliest, most colourful, uplifting and empowering visual showcase in the city.
After the parade, buy tickets and head to Preston Park where the main Pride Festival takes place. Promising a sparkling array of internationally renowned performers, such as Ella Henderson, Brighton’s own Fat Boy Slim, musicians, campaigners, cabaret artists and more! Even get the chance to see the ‘Orange Is The New Black’ superstar, actress, model, DJ, producer, campaigner, and presenter Ruby Rose! She will be headlining the Women’s Dance Tent at the Pride Festival in Preston Park and at the Koochy Official Brighton Pride After Party for Girls at Concorde2.
Where does the money go?
Brighton Pride celebrates everything that is wonderful about our LGBT+ community and its supporters.
A Pride with purpose, Brighton Pride has raised over £107,000 for The Rainbow Fund in the past two years thanks to the support of businesses, sponsors and the many thousands of you that purchase tickets for the Pride Festival in Preston Park.Back to Past events.