Like the idea of a celebration where everyone has the freedom to show off their true colours? Then this is the place to be!
Starting with a spectacular parade starring street artists and specially commissioned performances from Back to Ours alongside everyday heroes from local organisations, this spectacular LGBT+ festival is a true gem of Hull’s summer calendar.
The parade leaves Hull College at midday and winds its way to Queens Gardens for 1pm where the party really starts. Head to the Pride market for all your essentials to customise your Pride experience, whether that’s drinks and snacks from the street food festival or finishing off your look with glitter.
Then on the main stage, you can look forward to performances from Eurovision icon SuRie, pop genius Bright Light Bright Light, a very special appearance from drag royalty Adore Delano, plus a whole host of other surprises you won’t want to miss!
Pride in Hull is a family-friendly celebration of the LGBT+ community and is open to everyone who wants to embrace the diversity of our city. Just bring your dancing shoes, your own true colours and have a day to remember!
Then on the main stage, you can look forward to performances from Girls Aloud’s Nadine Coyle, Eurovision icon SuRie, pop genius Bright Light Bright Light, a very special appearance from drag royalty Adore Delano, plus a whole host of other surprises you won’t want to miss!
— Pride in Hull (@prideinhull) June 22, 2018
Queens Dock Avenue,
Perfect for an al fresco lunch, a game of football or a leisurely stroll, Queens Gardens is located in the heart of Hull City Centre. Originally the first dock to be constructed in Hull, it was transformed into an picturesque garden space in 1930, lined with trees and ponds with fountains. More recently, Queens Gardens has become host for popular Hull events such as the Freedom Festival and YUM Festival.