One of the UK’s largest free LGBT festival’s returns with three days of live music and fun for all ages. It all starts following the Northern Frontrunners LGBT 5k (Friday 17 July), with a full Friday night line-up still to be announced.
Last year more than 7000 people marched through Newcastle City Centre to promote inclusion and equality. This year, with a One Love theme to celebrate 45 years of world Pride, organisers are hoping for an even bigger turn out (Saturday 18 July). The parade will depart Newcastle Civic Centre at noon and travel to the Town Moor.
A host of big names will be hitting the Main Stage between 12.15pm and 7pm, including headliners B*Witched. In addition to the live music, there will also be stalls and activities for all ages on offer throughout the afternoon, including the Steve Paske Health Zone, dance tent, Eazy Street Cabaret Tent, tea tent and more.
Live music will fill the Moor from 2pm until 8pm on Sunday (19 July), courtesy of big name stars, including headliner Belinda Carlisle. There will also be stalls and activities for all ages throughout the afternoon, including a designated family and youth zone.