The free festival will return to the Tithebarn Street site in the city centre on Saturday 27th July with multiple stages of live entertainment, a dedicated youth zone and whole host of inclusive activities, stalls and food and drink vendors. The fun will continue on Sunday 28th July with more activities taking place at a soon-to-be revealed city centre location.
Once again The Guide Liverpool will be teaming up with the festival and bringing you all of the action as it happens, across the weekend with lots of exciting build up too. You can watch last year’s highlights and interviews here.
Festival goers will also be invited to March with Pride along the traditional route from St George’s Hall, finishing at Moorfields. Those wishing to march can sign up to the LCR Pride Foundation mailing list to be notified when registration opens.
Pride in Liverpool 2019 will be the first festival delivered by the recently-established LCR Pride Foundation. Co-chairs Andi Herring and John Bird said: “We have been overwhelmed by the support shown to the LCR Pride Foundation since its launch at the start of the year and are excited to now be able to reveal the 2019 festival dates.
“Planning for this year’s Pride in Liverpool is well underway and we are looking forward to revealing more details in the coming weeks.”
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