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Pride in London Parade

Saturday 25 June 2016

The Gay Gooners in last year's Parade (Photograph: Mark Northcliff)

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Pride in London Parade

The Pride in London Parade is the biggest LGBT+ parade in the UK, as many thousands of people march down the route.

The Parade leaves from Portland Place at 1pm, moving down Regent Street through Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus, Lower Regent Street, Waterloo Place, Pall Mall East, Cockspur Street, Trafalgar Square, and Whitehall, before dispersing in Whitehall Place. You'll find a map below.

Want to join the Parade?

Only registered groups whose members are wearing the official wristband are allowed to join the Parade, and applications closed in April.

We want to enable as many people as possible to be out and proud or show their solidarity with the LGBT+ community and we recognise that many people are either not aligned to a Parade group or their group hadn’t registered before the deadline. Whilst we are encouraging people to cheer on the Parade we are pleased to announce that people will now be able to join it at the end of the final section, a space that has in the past been used for a giant rainbow flag. If you would like to join this section of the Parade you should come to the Parade form-up area at the top of Portland Place at 15:00. Please enter via Park Crescent where you will then be directed by stewards. Please do not arrive before 15:00 as the area will already be very busy and we need to allow time for the Parade to move off before filtering you into the final section of the parade.

Watching the Parade?

The streets will be closed, so you can watch from the barriers. Try to avoid Oxford Circus and Regent Street as it gets very crowded.

Is the Parade accessible?

We have dedicated volunteer access stewards, a safe space in the Parade and a shuttle bus that runs along the route. If you need accessible parking, we have a small number of free places. There's a viewing platform and wheelchair recharging point at Trafalgar Square. Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas.

If you have any problems

Please speak to our stewards if you need any help or hear something that upsets you. We want everyone to feel safe at Pride and work with the police to investigate any complaints.

  • Access
    • Accessible toilets
    • Assistance dog friendly
    • No BSL interpretation
    • Fully accessible
    • No induction loop
    • No speech to text
  • Admission
    • Free
    • Family friendly
    • No meet and greet
    • Under 18s welcome
  • When you're there
    • Gender neutral toilets
    • May be alcohol
    • May be crowds
    • May be flashing lights
    • May be loud noises

Any questions?

Please get in touch if you have any questions about this event.