Pride Glasgow 2018
Prides future and past.
InfoPride Glasgow returns for 2018, this time at Kelvingrove Park for the first time.
Headline act is Mel C from Spice Girls. Check website for more information & tickets.
Parade Date, Time, Route & Theme
The Parade starts at Clyde Place and will make its way through the City Centre up to Kelvingrove Park where the Pride Glasgow festival will take place.
The route –
Clyde Place, King George V Bridge, Oswald Street, Argyle Street, Queen Street, St Vincent Place, St Vincent Street, Argyle Street, Radnor Street, Kelvin Way
The Parade takes place on Saturday 14th of July 2018 at 12pm
The Parade is open to everyone who wishes to take part, individuals do not need to register – however groups, businesses etc must register before 22nd June 2018.
Why Take Part in the Parade
The Parade offers the unique opportunity to showcase your group, organisation or business to over 5000 people who take part in the parade alongside over 50,000 people who view the parade as it passes through Glasgow City Centre on a busy Saturday afternoon.
Businesses that enter the parade pay a small contribution to support the costs involve in putting the parade on including equipment hire, providing training sessions for stewards and also contributing towards allowing us to run creative classes to help groups who lack the capacity to develop their own floats and walking groups.
The Bandstand will be open on 14-15th July 2018 from 2pm – 6pm.
Pride Glasgow are delighted to introduce to our 2018 event a free event at Kelvingrove Bandstand, just a stone throw away from the main festival site at Kelvingrove Park.
Entry is completely free, you do not require a wristband for the main festival to enter the Bandstand.
New to the 2018 event, this area is free entry and is open to people with or without wristbands for the main festival at Kelvingrove Park.
There will be live music and entertainment from 2pm-6pm on 14-15th July 2018. Acts will be mainly made up of local community acts given up their time for free.
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