It’s finally here – Bristol’s Pride Day, One of the biggest Bristol festivals. Follow all the news, pictures, information and social media updates here LIVE.
You can listen to live coverage of all the action from around Castle Park thanks to a special Pride Day edition of ShoutOut on air live between 12noon and 9.15pm – Bristol’s LGBT radio show, airing on community station BCFM on 93.2 FM in Bristol or streaming live below.
The main Pride Day event will once again live up to it’s reputation of being a massive outdoor music festival featuring multi stage entertainment, onsite play and creative activities, dedicated community and family areas, licensed bar, food concessions, market stalls and much more. This reputation gained the festival the award of being second place in UK’s Best Pride award – a fact made even better by the other three opponents charging up to £20 for entry to their events.
Pride Day sees the music and arts festival moving to a new larger home taking over both the Bristol Amphitheatre and At-Bristol’s Millennium Square. Pride Day remains a donation entry event and features bustling local food and market zones, onsite bars, community area for services and groups, cabaret stage featuring over 20 of the countries best acts. The new space also means a new dedicated Dance Performance Stage featuring everything from street and contemporary dance to circus skills and Zumba classes.
Over 50 local and international acts are performing this year across 3 stages. Main Stage acts include Robert Plant support act Wildflowers, all female Duran Duran covers band Joanne Joanne, singer of the anthemic Everbody’s Free (to feel good) Rozalla, fan favourite Lucy Spraggan, The Voice’s Tom Rickels, A*M*E, dance pop sensation Little Boots and will be headlined by multiple Brits, Ivor Novello and World Music Award winner Lisa Stansfield.