Pride in London Parade 2014!

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Just two weeks to go until the Pride in London Parade!

Taking place on Saturday 28th June 2014 through central London. The parade will be a highly visual and engaging celebration of the achievements of the LGBT+ community. One of the largest street parties that London see all year.  Gay Pride London street festival is a parade and several massive parties all over town.

The Festival of Pride Parade combines, cultural, political, artistic and theatrical events, in partnership with organisations such as PrideLife magazine, the the largest LGBT lifestyle magazine in the UK.  Almost two hundred groups, totaling more than 25,000 people from diverse parts of the LGBT and gay community, are taking part in this year’s Pride in London Parade on Saturday 28th June. Including Pride Life magazine that are proud supporters making their presents felt in the parade and on Trafalgar square. Other Parade participants include community organisations, campaigners, charities, universities and student unions, health agencies, companies and many special interest groups. Some are walking groups, others will sing, dance and perform, and others will be on impressive floats

Almost two hundred groups, totalling more than 25,000 people from diverse parts of the LGBT+ community, are taking part in this year’s Pride in London Parade on Saturday 28th June. Including Pride Life magazine that are proud supporters making their presents felt in the parade and on Trafalgar square. Other Parade participants include community organisations, campaigners, charities, universities and student unions, health agencies, companies and many special interest groups. Some are walking groups, others will sing, dance and perform, and others will be on impressive floats.

With the route lined with over 1 million people this year’s event will be spectacular. Baker Street see’s the start of the route leaving promptly at 13:00, traveling east along Oxford Street to Oxford Circus, down Regent Street to Piccadilly Circus, down Lower Regent Street, along Pall Mall and Cockspur Street, through Trafalgar Square and into Whitehall, where the Parade ends and disperses.

After the amazing colourful gay parade, we will all be heading to Trafalgar Square for a free gay festival in the square. With live music and acts on stage, events all around the square starting from midday. Get to know the charities and organisations associated with Pride in London, and all the other parade people that will join you their shortly.

This year is one of the most significant years for the LGBT and gay community, as we are celebrating 2 major events in the community’s history. The first being the 25th anniversary of Stonewall, and the second is the act of parliament to make Gay weddings legal and lawful within England and Wales.

Soho yet again to play a critical role on the Saturday, being used for a colorful and eclectic range of community and cultural events – including street parties and dedicated gender area. Some of these events and social gatherings to be replicated in other areas of London.

For all the events on the day, check out our events guide, and make sure to come back to check for new added events.

 

www.prideinlondon.org for more information

Pride in London Parade 2014

  • Parade
  • Westminster
  • Free

Just two weeks to go until the Pride in London Parade!

Almost two hundred groups, totalling more than 20,000 people from diverse parts of the LGBT+ community, are taking part in this year’s Pride in London Parade on Saturday 28th June.

Parade participants include community organisations, campaigners, charities, universities and student unions, health agencies, companies and many special interest groups. Some are walking groups, others will sing, dance and perform, and others will be on impressive floats. A safe space is provided for participants with specific access needs.

View the full list of Parade participants >

Many thousands of people will line the route to watch the Parade. It leaves Baker Street at 13:00, travelling east along Oxford Street to Oxford Circus, down Regent Street to Piccadilly Circus, down Lower Regent Street, along Pall Mall and Cockspur Street, through Trafalgar Square and into Whitehall, where the Parade ends and disperses. You can see a map of the Parade route on the right hand side of this page.

28th June is also Armed Forces Day, and once again we are delighted and honoured to have members of the Army, Navy and Royal Air Force marching in the Parade. When the Parade disperses at Whitehall, armed forces personnel will continue to the Cenotaph to mark this important day, especially poignant in the month that we mark the seventieth anniversary of D-Day.

If you are a business or resident in along the Parade route from Baker Street to Trafalgar Square or are in Soho, there’s lots of important information for you here.

Information on getting to Pride in London can be found on our travel page.

There are lots of activities and events in the run up to the big day, so stay in touch by following us on Twitter, Liking us on Facebook or adding your details to ‘Join in’ below and we’ll keep you posted by email.

– See more at: http://prideinlondon.org/whats-on/2014/parade/#sthash.C6D2mw82.dpuf

Pride in London Parade 2014

  • Parade
  • Westminster
  • Free

Just two weeks to go until the Pride in London Parade!

Almost two hundred groups, totalling more than 20,000 people from diverse parts of the LGBT+ community, are taking part in this year’s Pride in London Parade on Saturday 28th June.

Parade participants include community organisations, campaigners, charities, universities and student unions, health agencies, companies and many special interest groups. Some are walking groups, others will sing, dance and perform, and others will be on impressive floats. A safe space is provided for participants with specific access needs.

View the full list of Parade participants >

Many thousands of people will line the route to watch the Parade. It leaves Baker Street at 13:00, travelling east along Oxford Street to Oxford Circus, down Regent Street to Piccadilly Circus, down Lower Regent Street, along Pall Mall and Cockspur Street, through Trafalgar Square and into Whitehall, where the Parade ends and disperses. You can see a map of the Parade route on the right hand side of this page.

28th June is also Armed Forces Day, and once again we are delighted and honoured to have members of the Army, Navy and Royal Air Force marching in the Parade. When the Parade disperses at Whitehall, armed forces personnel will continue to the Cenotaph to mark this important day, especially poignant in the month that we mark the seventieth anniversary of D-Day.

If you are a business or resident in along the Parade route from Baker Street to Trafalgar Square or are in Soho, there’s lots of important information for you here.

Information on getting to Pride in London can be found on our travel page.

There are lots of activities and events in the run up to the big day, so stay in touch by following us on Twitter, Liking us on Facebook or adding your details to ‘Join in’ below and we’ll keep you posted by email.

– See more at: http://prideinlondon.org/whats-on/2014/parade/#sthash.C6D2mw82.dpuf

Pride in London Parade 2014

  • Parade
  • Westminster
  • Free

Just two weeks to go until the Pride in London Parade!

Almost two hundred groups, totalling more than 20,000 people from diverse parts of the LGBT+ community, are taking part in this year’s Pride in London Parade on Saturday 28th June.

Parade participants include community organisations, campaigners, charities, universities and student unions, health agencies, companies and many special interest groups. Some are walking groups, others will sing, dance and perform, and others will be on impressive floats. A safe space is provided for participants with specific access needs.

View the full list of Parade participants >

Many thousands of people will line the route to watch the Parade. It leaves Baker Street at 13:00, travelling east along Oxford Street to Oxford Circus, down Regent Street to Piccadilly Circus, down Lower Regent Street, along Pall Mall and Cockspur Street, through Trafalgar Square and into Whitehall, where the Parade ends and disperses. You can see a map of the Parade route on the right hand side of this page.

28th June is also Armed Forces Day, and once again we are delighted and honoured to have members of the Army, Navy and Royal Air Force marching in the Parade. When the Parade disperses at Whitehall, armed forces personnel will continue to the Cenotaph to mark this important day, especially poignant in the month that we mark the seventieth anniversary of D-Day.

If you are a business or resident in along the Parade route from Baker Street to Trafalgar Square or are in Soho, there’s lots of important information for you here.

Information on getting to Pride in London can be found on our travel page.

There are lots of activities and events in the run up to the big day, so stay in touch by following us on Twitter, Liking us on Facebook or adding your details to ‘Join in’ below and we’ll keep you posted by email.

– See more at: http://prideinlondon.org/whats-on/2014/parade/#sthash.C6D2mw82.dpuf