This is the city’s first Pride event since the Covid-19 pandemic and more than 300,000 people are expected to attend.
Major events running through Sunday (August 7) include the Pride Parade, We Are Fabuloso with headlining Christina Aguilera and the Pride Village Party.
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The theme of the belated Brighton & Hove Pride LGBTQ+ Community Parade 2022 30th Anniversary is ‘Love, Protest & Unity’.
One of the highlights of the weekend showcases the city’s charities, community groups, small businesses and emergency services.
The route meanders from Hove Lawns to Preston Park for We Are Fabuloso.
Times of the Brighton Pride Parade
The parade starts at 11am from Hove Lawns before proceeding along the seafront, passing the i360 before heading up West Street and through North Street.
The parade passes the Royal Pavilion, Victoria Gardens and St Peter’s Church and along London Road towards Preston Park.
For more information on Brighton Pride go to the official website.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/20605154.brighton-pride-parade-start-time-route-map/?ref=rss Brighton Pride Parade start time and route map