Pride in the Park
Sunday 9 July - 1pm-10pm.
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, spoken word and food and drink. All in a relaxed atmosphere that everyone is welcome to be a part of.
It is the perfect way to relax with friends the day after the Parade.
To find out more about our stage running order, please see
This year the sports element of Pride in the Park is growing fast. We have a variety of sports teams joining us to take part in demonstrations and mini tournaments on the day.
With the hard pitch being used for tournaments and the soft grass areas being used for demonstrations.
Bake with Pride
We are looking for aspiring amateur bakers to show off their talents at Pride in the Park on Sunday 9th July. Whether your star bake is a rainbow cake or a Victoria sponge, all types of cake are welcome in the competition.
The event will be held at The Tea House Theatre in Vauxhall with celebrity judges and industry experts.
Once you've signed up for the competition, you'll be asked to bring along your cake to Pride in the Park, where it will be judged for appearance and taste. The winning baker will be given a fantastic prize on the main stage.
This year we have several topics from Sports and Health all the way to Trans Issues and 50 years since decriminalisation.
Join our hosts and guest speakers whilst they discuss each of the topics for a minimum of 15 minutes followed by questions from the audience.
We have a lot more fun going on in Pride in the Park, including:-
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.
Please Note: For security reasons, bag searches will be carried out upon entering the park. In addition, no glass or sharp knives will be permitted.
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.