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Manchester Pride 2019
Date: 23 Aug 2019 to 26 Aug 2019
Tel: 0161 831 7700Views: 3,236
Updated: 26 Feb 2019Manchester Pride 2019 website
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InfoThe Manchester Pride Festival 2019 takes place on 23rd - 26th August 2019.
The Manchester Pride Parade is one of The Festival's most highly anticipated events, with thousands of people marching proudly together through the streets of Manchester in front of tens of thousands of supporters cheering them along the way.
Just off the hustle and bustle of Canal Street are Sackville Gardens, a green space where you can take some time to slow down the pace of the weekend. With new and established artists, community favourites and stage takeovers, there is something for everyone.
Day Ticket: £10 + booking fees
Weekend Ticket: £15 + booking fees
Family Tickets (2 Adults & 2 Children) Saturday/Sunday only: £20 + booking fees
Gay Village Party
23 - 26 August
The roots of Manchester Pride and the Festival are firmly in the heart of our world-famous Gay Village.
Taking place over all 4 days of the bank holiday weekend 23 - 26 August 2019 this is set to be the ultimate street party!
With community performances in Sackville Gardens, plus markets and parties across the Village’s venues, it will continue to be home to the hub of the festival’s celebrations.
23 - 26 August
The Superbia Weekend is the festival’s alcohol-free space offering a weekend of premieres, firsts, new work and LGBT+ celebrations as a culturally rich alternative to the hedonism of the other elements of the festival.
The free-to-attend programme includes film screenings, cabaret, conversation, community workshops, new art and a free post-Pride Parade party. The events, which were last year hosted at 70 Oxford Road and HOME, will also have a home in the Gay Village in 2019.
They are looking at developing specific events, including those for young people.
The Candlelit Vigil will continue to close the four days of the festival with a moment of reflection in Sackville Gardens.
The home of Alan Turing and the Beacon of Hope will again be turned into a sea of flickering candles as the party calms. We take a minute to remember those lost to the HIV virus as LGBT+ people join together to fight the epidemic worldwide, and the stigma that still exists.
The Candlelit Vigil also provides a space to remember those who are suffering and those who are persecuted, presenting an opportunity to stand together in a united front as we recognise the many challenges that are still faced by LGBT+ communities, both here in the UK and around the world.
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