Bristol Pride

Various Locations, Bristol, BS9 1FG
  • Bristol Pride Festival
  • Bristol Pride
  • Bristol Pride
  • Bristol Pride
  • Bristol Pride
  • Bristol Pride




Organisers of the award winning Bristol Pride Festival have confirmed that the annual event will return to the city again this year in a slightly different format, after 2020 saw the event, like many others, move online.

The popular festival’s planned return will span two weeks supported by returning headline sponsor Unite Students, the UK’s leading owner, manager and developer of student accommodation.

During the two weeks, favourites from the festival’s usual programme of events will take place in venues across the city. Bringing the city alive with Pride as the charity also helps to support one of the hardest hit sectors, especially hospitality venues that are serving the LGBT+ community.

Pride Day will take place on Saturday 10th July and this year will be held in Castle Park, it will be a day that will focus on bringing people back together. The LGBT+ community and its allies have spent so much time apart over the last year, that organisers want to create an event that will help people gather, be proud and to celebrate safely. For this year, the special event in Castle Park will host a food market, family and youth
areas and roaming live performances, all delivered with some Bristol Pride flair.

Other events to look out for across the two weeks of the festival include the return of Pride Night including the official afterparty at O2 Academy, the ever popular Dog Show, a spectacular drag Cabaret Night featuring queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race UK, Comedy Night, Circus Night, Theatre Night and Queer Vision Film Festival. Further details of the planned programme will be announced over the coming weeks.

While the event in Castle Park is open access, where a ticket or wristband will not be required, organisers are encouraging attendees to purchase a Supporter Wristband. Priced at £5, they enable future events like Pride Day to remain accessible to those, who for socio-economic reasons, may not be able to afford to attend an exclusively ticketed event. Supporter Wristbands include various offers and discounts and will be
on sale from next week.

Organisers are encouraging people to sign up to their mailing list to hear about all the latest plans, ticket releases and vital information.

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For more information on artists, events and supporter wristbands visit www.bristolpride.co.uk 

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Opening Times

Dates: (29 June 2024 - 13 July 2024)

* Pride Day is Saturday 13 July


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