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Photo: Carlos Calika

Photo: Carlos Calika

This year’s Pride in London parade takes place on Saturday, 8 July. It starts at 1pm, and takes a 1.4-mile (2.3km) route starting north of Oxford Circus on Regent Street.
 
The parade is set to be the biggest yet, with more than 300 groups marching and more floats taking to London’s streets than ever before. Anyone is welcome to watch and support the parade, but make sure you arrive early to secure your spot behind the barriers along the route.

To ensure everyone is safe throughout the parade, we have implemented a code of conduct for both those in the parade and those watching.

Photo: Dave Nash

Photo: Dave Nash

Watching the Parade

Want to watch the parade? Follow the link for the exact route, travel information and safety instructions.

Photo: Katy Blackwood

Photo: Katy Blackwood

Who's in the Parade?

Hundreds of groups are set to march together in this year's Pride in London parade. Follow the link to see who they are.

Photo: Norman Smith

Photo: Norman Smith

I'm in the Parade

Groups already taking part in the 2017 parade, can follow this link for all the information they need ahead of the event.


Photo: James Gourley

Photo: James Gourley

Grandstand

For the first time ever, Pride in London are proud to announce a seated Grandstand, for the most spectacular views of the Parade.

Saturday 8th July

12:30pm – 5:00pm

Secure your seat for a spectacular view of the Pride in London Parade.  Located on Waterloo Place, at the intersection with Pall Mall, the grandstand offers a vista like no other to enjoy every thrilling moment of London’s biggest free one day event.  Our podium announcer will keep you informed throughout the day, as the diverse parade participants pass by.  Book your spot for a thoroughly fabulous experience!