Its time to flood the streets with colour in celebration of Nottinghamshire Pride!
If you’re not familiar yet, Nottinghamshire Pride is a charity established in support of equality, diversity and gender rights. If you want to take part in the march, all you need to do is meet up outside Marks and Spencer on the corner of Lister Gate and Castle Gate at 10am. You can take a look at the route below.
Put the finishing touches on your Pride outfit with our FREE glitter tent. We'll be at Pride all day applying biodegradable glitter make-up to anyone who wants to take part! Check back in soon for the exact location of our tent.
The fun doesn't stop there as the celebrations will continue all day up until 6.45pm on Heathcoat Street and late into the night in other venues/locations. Look out for live music from a variety of DJ's and artists as well as an abundance of fun stalls for those looking to do a little Pride shopping. Take a peek below for a full line up of performances, parties and everything in-between.
MAIN STAGE PERFORMANCE TIMES
1pm-7amLocal venue Propaganda will be having a PRIDE 2019 party from 1pm-7am, including an outdoor bar and DJs all day.They will be hosting a midnight performance by Livin' Joy 'Dreamer' feat Luzahnn. Advanced wristbands are available at their bar.
THE NEW FORESTERS 12pm-6am
The New Foresters, Nottingham’s oldest gay bar, will be hosting a Nottingham Pride Party, Open midday till 6am, Disco, Food and 4 Beer Gardens. They’ve even got free gladiator and pillow fight inflatables if you fancy a go! Children are welcome until 5pm.
THE LORD ROBERTS 2pm-2am
The Lord Roberts have got the party going from 2pm-2am! Ales, Gins, and in true summer style they’re having a BBQ in their back garden, with food supplied by 'Homemade Cafe'. DJs will keep the party going upstairs for the afternoon, and in the evening the party mo-ves downstairs where UNDRGRND Presents DSCO – A star studded future techno-colou-red disco dreamcoat of an all day shindig!
BROADWAY CAFE BAR TERRACE 12-9PM
Broadway Cafe Bar Terrace will showcase a range of DJ’s playing music to the crowd in Broad street from their mezzanine open window bar. DJ’s will play a mix of pop, disco and dance to entertain their crowds on the Broadway Terrace and Broad Street after the pride march. There will also be a comedy performance courtesy of local comedian and Notting-ham celebrity Charity Shop Sue.
Attending Nottinghamshire PRIDE shouldn't be and doesn't need to be an expensive day out!
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