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Bristol Pride 2016

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Pride returns to Bristol from 1st - 10th July with Pride Day on Saturday 9th July at the Bristol Ampitheatre and At-Bristol's Millennium Square.

Pride Day remains a (suggested £3) donation entry event and features bustling local food and market zones, onsite bars, community area for services and groups, cabaret stage featuring over 20 of the countries best acts.

There's also an expanded family area with sponsors Irwin Mitchell offering, along with At-Bristol, games, science exploration and kite making.

bristol pride parade

There's also a dedicated Dance Performance Stage featuring everything from street and contemporary dance to circus skills and Zumba classes.​

The day festival boasts over 50 local and international acts performing this year across 3 stages.

Main Stage acts includes Robert Plant support act Wildflowers, all female Duran Duran covers band Joanne Joanne, singer of the anthemic Everbody’s Free (to feel good) Rozalla, fan favourite Lucy Spraggan, The Voice’s Tom Rickels, A*M*E, dance pop sensation Little Boots and the festival will be headlined by multiple Brits, Ivor Novello and World Music Award winner Lisa Stansfield.

bristol pride crowd

The festival has again teamed up with a number of partners to offer a £5 festival wristband to help support the costs of the event and keep Pride happening.

Wristbands offer discounts onsite including on food and the bars, discount entry to the At-Bristol science museum, discounted Ferry travel and free travel on Pride Day with First Bus.

Joint evening tickets are available for £15 which offers entry into 3 separate afterparties including the O2 Academy, Queenshilling and Hush at Basement 45.

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