When: Saturday 5th August at 1.00pm. Leaving from Custom House Square, parade build-up starts from 11.30am.
The Festival : Belfast Pride Festival is one of the biggest festivals in Belfast, and runs to Sunday 6th August, with Pride Day and the centrepiece Pride Parade today, Saturday 5th August.
The Parade : The Belfast Pride Parade is the biggest cross community parade in the city, the main event in the LGBTQ calendar, and the one of the key events in Belfast Pride festival. It is a protest and a celebration, a call for equality, a stand for solidarity, and a celebration of the lives of LGBT people in Belfast, and is about LGBT messages and expressing support for LGBT people – please respect this.
The Route: Leaving from Custom House at 1.00pm sharp, on to High Street > Bridge Street > Donegall Street > Royal Avenue > Donegall Place > Donegall Square East > Donegall Square South > Howard Street > Upper Queen Street > Queen Street > Castle Street > Castle Place > High Street > Custom House Square
Individuals and groups of friends etc do not register and can just join in. The parade is governed primarily by Parading legislation through the Parades Commission, as well Belfast Pride’s Terms and Conditions.
Happy Belfast Pride Day!
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