Get set for the most colourful event is coming to London again this weekend.
LGBT+ communities will be marching through the streets in London for the official Pride in London Parade, stopping traffic with eye-catching floats and happy party people.
In 2015 one million people came to Pride in London and over 40,000 people joined the annual Parade, which is the city’s biggest one-day event and one of the world’s biggest LGBT+ celebrations.
The event starts on Saturday, with the theme this year encouraging you to be yourself with the hashtag #nofilter.
231 walking groups and 55 floats will grace London's roads, one of those being Pride Punx - the first ever punk float to take part in the Parade.
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan's supported the instalment of ‘Pride’ pedestrian traffic signals on roads near Trafalgar Square. They will have their ‘walk’ image replaced with new diversity images as part of the celebrations, featuring either gender related symbols or a new ‘holding hands’ design
The main stage this year includes the likes of Alesha Dixon and X-Factor runner up Jake Quickenden. Entertainment on the stage runs from 12 noon until 8pm in Trafalgar Square with a donation of £3.
News | May 20,2016