On this page you will find key information on Pride In London 2024, including the parade route, road closures and parking suspensions. For any unanswered questions, please contact our dedicated RBL team on [email protected].

Drop-In Sessions

As we continue to plan for Pride in London on Saturday 29th June 2024, we would like to invite those residents along the Pride footprint the opportunity to meet the team, ask any questions, share any queries or just say hello.

We are hosting two RBL sessions, which are being held on Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 29th May 2024, 5pm to 8pm located upstairs @ Soho Residence, 83-85 Wardour Street, London, W1D 6QE.

Can’t make these dates? Send your questions or query to our dedicated RBL team, request a virtual meeting or arrange an appointment: [email protected]

Parade Route

The Pride in London Parade, made up of 100s of LGBT+ community groups, charitable and non profit organisations and supportive businesses will take place from 12:00 to 18:00 on Saturday 29th June 2024.

Pride in London has returned with its heritage route for 2024 assembling on Park Lane and travelling down Piccadilly, crossing Piccadilly Circus, travelling down Haymarket, turning left towards Trafalgar Square and dispersing on Whitehall Place.

Event Areas ​​

The event areas for 2024 are:

  • Trafalgar Square -> Main Stage

  • Golden Square -> The World Stage

  • Leicester Square -> LGBTQI, Women and Non-Binary Stage

  • Dean Street -> The Cabaret Stage

  • Victoria Embankment -> The Family Area

  • Soho Square -> Trans and Non-Binary Stage, with Pride in London Community Market

All areas run from 12:00 to 20:00 with the exception of the Family Area which will run from 12:00 to 18:00.

Road Closures

Roads will be closed across the whole footprint which will affect vehicular access for businesses and residents. Please note that all feeder roads into the closed roads will also be affected. As a result, normal deliveries and waste collections may be affected on Saturday 29th June 2024.

Along Piccadilly there will be facilitated vehicle access to travel from South (around St James’s Street) and heading North in the morning of the event. Please note that this is one directional (see Road Closures Map below). There are also pedestrian crossing points across Piccadilly which go in both directions. Please access our interactive map to locate these crossing points and the direction you can cross: prideinlondon.org/parade/map

Event Map 2023

The following Westminster Gardens will have altered opening hours and may have sections closed for public access due to the set up of the event:

Leicester Square Gardens

  • Friday 28th June - East side of the Gardens will be closed

  • 12:00 to 20:00 Saturday 29th June - Gardens will be open to the public for the event

  • 10:00 Sunday 30th June - Gardens reopen

Soho Square Gardens

  • 12:00 to 20:00 Saturday 29th June - Gardens will be open to the public for the event. The majority of event activities are located on street and outside the Gardens

  • 11:00 Sunday 30th June - Gardens reopen

Golden Square Gardens

  • Friday 28th June - West side of the Gardens will be closed

  • 12:00 to 20:00 Saturday 29th June - Gardens will be open to the public for the event

  • 11:00 Sunday 30th June - Gardens reopen

St Anne’s Church Garden

  • Saturday 29th June - Gardens will be closed to the public

  • 10:00 Sunday 30th June - Gardens reopen


Parking and vehicle access will be affected along the Parade route. Parking suspensions will also be in place across the footprint. Zone G Permit holders will be able to park in Resident Parking Bays in E (Mayfair) & F (north of Oxford Street) zones during the event parking suspensions. This will be from 18:30 on Friday 28th June 2024 to 08:30 on Monday 1st July 2024. Please find a link here for further information on Westminster Permit Zones.


When the roads are closed there will be no vehicular access; therefore your normal daily delivery times could be impacted. Please make alternative arrangements for the day before or at a time before the road closures.

On-The-Day Communication

The Resident and Business Liaison team will be in your area on Parade Day and, alongside the Metropolitan Police and Westminster City Council, will be available to field any last-minute issues that may come up. If you have any unexpected disruption in your area, please contact our Event Liaison Team for Pride in London by calling the following number: 0204 576 9744

Thank You

Thank you for your cooperation as we make the final arrangements for the Pride in London Parade. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us on: [email protected]