Liverpool Pride: Everything you need to know

It’s back bigger, better and brighter than ever before. This weekend sees the city light up in colour as Liverpool Pride returns.

We spoke to Michael Carey, one of the Liverpool Pride team about what we can expect from Liverpool’s most colourful and vibrant weekends of the year.

There are some big differences, one being a change in location of the main stage, and two being the added addition of a family day on Sunday.

As well as that the annual march will have lots of added extras and this year the city will literally light up in the pride colours for Come out of the Shadows. Liverpool’s iconic buildings will shine bright in the hope that Liverpool will become the most visibly LGBT friendly city in the UK.

READ MORE: What is Come out of the Shadows and what buildings will be lighting up?

The main stage will take up its new position in the St George’s Quarter, from 1pm to 9pm on Saturday, The Festival will host a full day of entertainment – with something for everyone whether its great music or classic burlesque that floats your boat. There will also be drag queens, comedy, dance, choirs, swing and all that jazz!

READ MORE: Who’s on the main stage lineup for Liverpool Pride 2016?

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  1. 1 year ago  

    […] 6 – Class Act: Speaking of busting moves the FOUR, yep that’s FOUR stages across the St George Quarter are bursting with local talent and the headliner is none other than our very our fiery red-headed legend, Sonia. Catch her alongside a whole host of local personalities, acts and choirs on both Saturday & Sunday. More info here. […]

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