This year’s Liverpool Pride Festival presents #AllTogetherNow, a celebration of inclusion which brings together all members of the LGBTQ+ community and their supporters. Liverpool Pride will take place on the last weekend in July, Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th. The weekend involves celebrating the freedom we have to express who we are and who we choose to love. The Liverpool Pride Festival will mark the 10th anniversary of the death of Michael Causer, who sadly died in 2008. The festival was created in memory of Michael to celebrate his life and empower the LGBTQ+ community.

Liverpool Pride March will take place on 28th July and will begin at St Georges Plateau, and end at Tithebarn Street. The march is a peaceful protest in honour of equality and diversity in Liverpool. From 11am speakers will ready the marchers before setting off at 12pm. To register for the event click the link here.

Music and entertainment from local bands and artists, as well as big names, will take over the festival weekend. The Barclays Main Stage headliner is Sophie Ellis-Bextor, and there will be performances from Courtney Act, Kinky Boots and Queen Zee. To find out more about Saturday’s entertainment click the link here.

Sunday Pride is all about music, dance and food, but most importantly fun! For a full programme please visit Liverpool Pride’s website by clicking here.

Keep up to date with Liverpool Pride’s new announcements at:
Website: http://www.liverpoolpride.co.uk
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LiverpoolPride/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/liverpoolpride

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