The biggest draw for many has to be the parade. Staring at 1pm on Regent Street over 300 groups and floats will make their way down Regent Street and through Piccadilly Circus, down Pall Mall towards Trafalgar Square and finish at Whitehall around 4.30pm. 

What’s On:

Saturday 8th July

Trafalgar Square 12pm-8pm

Music and speakers including Amber Riley (Glee), Saara Aalto (X Factor), Fleur East (X Factor), The London Gay Big Band plus Pride’s Got Talent finalists.

Leicester Square 12.30pm-7.30pm

Radio Diva Women’s Stage featuring Sinitta, Heather Peace and Betty.

Golden Square 12.30pm-7pm

Illumination family area in which the creators of Despicable Me have performances and activities to keep you amused.

Dean Street 12.30pm-7.30pm

The Cabaret Stage has performances from Adam All, Jacqui Swallows and Ren Stedmans.

Soho Square 12pm-8pm

Community stalls selling everything from clothes to Pride merchandise.

Sunday 9th July

Vauxhall all day

Pride in the Park running in conjunction with UK Black Pride, Pride in the Park is a day of picnics, music and spoken word – there’s even a dog show (4pm), a ‘Bake Off’ and mini sports tournaments.

There’s a ton of other events throughout the next couple of months – for a fill list see here