Arguably Britain’s largest and most renowned LGBTQ+ event, Brighton and Hove Pride returns this summer for what promises to be one of the biggest celebrations on the south coast.
After two years of cancellations, Brighton Pride is back with a bang and there’s plenty to look forward to, especially as this year marks the delayed 30th anniversary of the powerful event.
When is Brighton Pride taking place?
Brighton Pride weekend is happening on the weekend of 5th–7th August, and there’s a jam-packed schedule as well as an impressive line-up.
What’s on at Brighton Pride 2022?
FABULOSO in the Park will take place on both Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th August and will feature some of the world’s biggest stars, including Christina Aguilera, Paloma Faith, Jake Shears and Sophie Ellis-Bextor. With dance tents, cabaret and a dedicated family area, there’s a huge variety of attractions for just about everyone.
The Brighton Village Party also takes place on the Brighton Pride dates of Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th August in Kemptown, giving businesses a chance to join forces to celebrate and raise money for charity.
The Brighton Pride Community Parade is set for the Saturday with a theme of Love, Protest and Unity. Guaranteed to be one of the biggest highlights of Brighton Pride weekend, visitors from all over the world will come together to experience this all-encompassing carnival of recognition and diversity.
How to get involved in Brighton Pride
What better way to spend the weekend than celebrating LGBTQ+ rights, uniqueness, and community in one of the UK’s most vibrant coastal cities? You can get your day or weekend Brighton Pride tickets direct from the Brighton and Hove Pride website. There are separate tickets available for FABULOSO, the Brighton Pride Village Party and the campsite so you can take advantage of the lively schedule with a group of friends or by bringing the family along.
Travelling to Brighton
Make the most of Brighton Pride weekend by sticking around the bustling seaside location to experience more of what Brighton has to offer. Taking the train to Brighton couldn’t be easier and there are regular services from multiple locations.
There are plenty of places to stay in and around Brighton enabling you to enjoy the delights of the traditional seaside atmosphere alongside the Gay Pride Brighton experience. Choose from an array of hotels, B&Bs, apartments and cottages. Visit the beach, the Palace Pier and immerse yourself in the city’s variety of independent shops, cafes, and restaurants.