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Pride in the Park

Sunday 26 June 2016

One of the stages at Pride in the Park (Photograph: Gustav Ader)

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Pride in the Park

Join us in Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens for a picnic and live music with UK Black Pride.

Pride in the Park is a community style event with all kinds of entertainment. There'll be a cake baking competition, sports events, dog show, music, performances and food and drink – all in a relaxed atmosphere that everyone is welcome to be a part of.

It's the perfect way to relax with friends the day after the Parade.

Stage line up

Time* Speaker / Performer(s)
1200 DJ
1300 Mrs Moore
1315 Dr Woof - Pride's Got Talent Cabaret Finalist
1325 Sandra
1340 Lord Hicks - Pride's Got Talent Cabaret Runner Up
1350 LoUis CYfer
1405 Eleni C - Pride's Got Talent Finalist
1415 Rose Garden
1430 Roman Road - Pride's Got Talent Finalist
1440 Drag Choir
1455 Heart & Soul - Pride's Got Talent Finalist
1505 Sonia Leigh
1520 The Vixens
1530 Dog Show
1600 Pride in London Parade Awards
1630 Mrs Moore
1645 Jacqui Swallows
1655 Lascel Wood - Pride's Got Talent Runner Up
1705 Vangelis Polydorou
1720 Jack Feureisen - Pride's Got Talent Winner
1730 Ren Stedman
1740 Karl William Lund
1755 DopeboyLdn - Pride's Got Talent Finalist
1805 Toya DeLazy
1820 QBoy
1835 Office Girls - Pride's Got Talent Finalist
1845 Keri Whip
1900 Freemasons
2000 Stage Closes

Dog show

A chance to showcase your furry friend on the Pride in London weekend. Details on how to enter will be published here soon.

Drag booth

Drag up with the help of some fabulous London drag queens with all proceeds going to Pride in London.


We'll have a range of food traders, stalls, charities and community groups throughout the Park. We'll publish a listing soon.

Is Pride in the Park accessible?

You can access the stage and all activity areas using tarmacked pathways. There will be accessible toilets, a BSL interpeter and stewards with accessibility awareness. Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas. There is step free access at Vauxhall train station and the bus station, but not the underground. There is also free parking on single yellow lines and CPZ bays next to the park.

Free admission
  • 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
    • No flashing lights
    • May be loud noises

Any questions?

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