Gay Brits prepare to celebrate Black Pride

The festival celebrating LGBT pride in the Black, African, Asian, Caribbean and Middle Eastern communities returns to London for its seventh year

Gay Brits prepare to celebrate Black Pride
26 June 2012

UK Black Pride, the festival celebrating LGBT pride in Britain’s multicultural communities is back.

The party is set to take place on 18 August at Kennington Park in south London.

Tickets for the festival are now on sale from Ticket Line and for a limited time only, the website is offering four tickets for the price of three. Prices are at £10 plus £1 booking fee.

Black Pride will take to the London stage to celebrate the lives, experiences and achievements of LGBT people from all across the UK’s multicultural landscape. The festival will host many live music performances on its main stage plus several dance tents showcasing dance music.

Past performers at UK Black Pride include Jessie J, Ms Dynamite, Beverley Knight and Duane Lamont. All of whom have pledged their support for LGBT rights and diversity in the UK.

Alongside the music, the festival will be offering something for everyone with licensed bars serving sumptuous world food, several educational workshops, community stalls and a children’s play area.

Black Pride has been run on a voluntary basis by an award winning team from the Black and LGBT community since 2005. It is now Europe’s largest pride celebration of African, Asian, Caribbean and Middle Eastern people; attracting thousands of festival goers from around the world.

For more information or if you want get involved with the festival, visit the UK Black Pride website.



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