Get your glitter out, dust off your summer outfits, and wave your flag high, Brighton Pride 2023 is coming to town and no one knows how to celebrate like Britain’s campest seaside city. So scroll down to have all your questions answered, like ‘where to watch the parade and who’s throwing the best pres and afters’. Brighton i360 can guarantee you’ll know what to do, where to go and how to have the best Brighton Pride ever.
When is Brighton Pride 2023?
Brighton Pride 2023 is held over the first August Bank Holiday of the summer. From the 4th-7th August, events are held over the entire weekend with the Pride Parade taking place on Saturday 5th of August.
Where is Brighton Pride 2023?
Brighton Pride events are held all over the city of Brighton. Some main events are the Fabuloso in the Park in Preston Park, The Pride Village Party in Kemptown, and the Pride Parade which starts at Hove Lawns and finishes in Preston Park.
There are additionally plenty of official Pride supporting parties to attend, including the Brighton i360 Silent Disco find the full list here: https://www.brighton-pride.org/pride-supporting-events/
What is the Brighton Pride Parade 2023 theme?
Following on from the success of 2022’s theme, Brighton Pride Parade is proud to continue the theme of Love – Protest – Unity. Celebrating the community, acknowledging the movement’s roots in protest, and committing to fight until all are treated equally.
What time is the Brighton Pride Parade 2023?
Brighton Pride Parade 2023 will start at Hove Lawns at 11am on Saturday 5th August and concludes in Preston Park. If you want to watch the parade from the street, we recommend getting there early to bag a spot. Why not experience Brighton Pride’s best view from 450ft in the air? Book your Brighton i360 timeslot in advance to avoid being disappointed.
Who is performing at Brighton Pride 2023?
The weekend’s Fabuloso in Preston Park always draws in a large crowd ready to dance the night away. This year, international artists Black Eyed Peas have been confirmed as headliners along with Swedish sensation Zara Larson on Saturday’s main stage. Sunday night will host British camp classic faves, Steps, in addition to Sporty Spice herself, Melanie C.
How else can I celebrate Brighton Pride 2023 in the city?
Brighton i360 Pride Silent Disco: Kick off Brighton Pride 2023 in style with the Brighton i360 Silent Disco. Back after popular demand our hit Silent Discos are returning in 2023. Bring your kids to our family-friendly afternoon event or take your mama out to our evening do! Either way, you can expect to get down on our upper deck to your choice of music, pick from classic LQBTQ+ hits or disco. This year we’ve teamed up with Gaydio whose DJs will be spinning the tunes on our exclusive VIP experience which includes a journey on the Pod and a glass of Nyetimber sparkling wine.
Pride at the Ironworks Ensure to support the LQBTQ+ arts with Brighton’s Pride cabaret, comedy and live music project ‘Pride at the Ironworks’. Sign up to their Stagedoor insiders list for full details. https://www.ironworks-studios.co.uk/stage-door
Pride Dog Show The annual Pride community day and dog show is always a highlight of the Brighton Pride weekend. Coo over these fabulous pampered pooches as they strut their stuff down the dogwalk (strictly no cats allowed.) Date TBC, Preston Park.