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Birmingham Pride 2014


May 24, 2014 12:00 pmtoMay 25, 2014 7:00 pm

Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 May 2014

The Gay Village
Carnival Parade 24 May at 12 noon, Victoria Square

Birmingham’s annual Pride festival returns to the Gay Village in Hurst Street over the spring bank holiday weekend.

The largest  lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) festival in the region starts with a carnival parade through the city centre at 12noon on Saturday 24 May 2014.

The area around Hurst Street will be closed to traffic for the Bank Holiday weekend and there will be lots of entertainment zones including a dance arena, cabaret marquee, funfair, community village green, plenty of market stalls and live performances.

Birmingham Pride is organised by the Birmingham Pride Committee, with support from Birmingham City Council and the many clubs, bars and businesses in the village area.

This year you will need to purchase a Ticket/Wristband to enter the Birmingham Pride festival site – although  children under 10 get free entry and don’t need a wristband. If you don’t have a ticket/wristband you will still be able to enjoy the Carnival Parade or the activities at the Birmingham LGBT Centre -which all remain FREE ADMISSION.

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Birmingham Resilience Team will also be attending providing advice and information about being more prepared for emergencies as well as signing up to Birmingham Community Alert on Saturday 24 May.



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