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What's OnPRIDE London in Leicester Square

Rainbow covered revellers, a pop-up bar and the DIVA Women's Stage, celebrate PRIDE in London 2019 in Leicester Square!
  • Dates 06/07/2019 - 06/07/2019
  • Location Leicester Square, WC2H 7DE
  • Price FREE
Discover the true spirit of LondonSaturday 6th July 2019 is the date we’ve all been waiting for!Pride in London is back. As the second-biggest public party in the country after Notting Hill Carnival, the PRIDE in London Parade brings a day of rainbow vibes to the heart of London.Over a million people pitched up last year. This year, the 2019 parade will be brighter, bolder and even more colourful.What’s more, Leicester Square will be a centre point for more exciting activities. Discover the DIVA Women’s Stage. So good, it’s back for the third consecutive year.Plus, don’t miss the pop-up bar in Leicester Square Gardens. Providing a safe a secure place for revellers to enjoy a beverage or two (or three, or four!)So, save the date in your diaries and get ready to discover the true spirit of London.What you should get ready forIf you’re a newbie to the parade, here’s our quick guide of top tips.The parade sets off from Portland Place at 12pm, heading down Oxford Circus and Regent Street, through Piccadilly Circus, down Pall Mall, past Trafalgar Square, and finally finishing on Whitehall.The parade continues until around 5:30pm, but the fun doesn’t stop there!There’ll be a whole host of entertainment in the area and at local businesses. We’ll include more of what’s on nearer the date, so you don’t miss a thing and check out our what’s on page.2019 marks 50 years since the Stonewall Uprising, the first stones of an avalanche which launched the Pride moment as we know it today.So whatever you do, get ready for the biggest PRIDE London party.

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