Pride in Liverpool 2023: Important Update

LCR Pride Foundation Announces Relocation of Pier Head Food & Drink Zone during Pride in Liverpool 2023.

The organisers behind Pride in Liverpool, LCR Pride Foundation, have advised that due to an operational matter, the Pier Head Food and Drink Zone will not be running during this year’s annual festival today (Saturday 29 July). The programming of events at Liverpool’s Pier Head will be relocated to outside the Museum of Liverpool to form part of Pride in Liverpool’s Health and Wellbeing Zone, ensuring a vibrant and inclusive celebration of the LGBT+ Community.

The decision to relocate this section of the programme was made to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all attendees. 

In addition to the annual March with Pride which is expected to see 15,000 people take to the city’s streets to champion LGBT+ equality, this year’s Pride in Liverpool event sees a number of happenings across Liverpool city centre. This includes a garden party at Liverpool Parish Church (Our Lady and Saint Nicholas), street parties in the city’s Pride Quarter, and the return of Pride House; a pop-up LGBT+ safe space which was initially launched during the city’s Eurovision celebrations. 

Andi Herring, Chief Executive of LCR Pride Foundation, Liverpool City Region’s LGBT+ charity and organisers of Pride in Liverpool, stated, “We are truly saddened by the unforeseen matter at the Pier Head site however, we are determined not to let this dampen our spirits. Pride in Liverpool is about unity, love, and celebrating the diversity of the LGBT+ Community. In addition to the Health and Wellbeing Zone, the Liverpool Loves You Garden Party is still in full swing along with a series of partner fringe events across the city centre.”

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LCR Pride Foundation is a registered charity in England & Wales, no 1185167. Registered Company 11754074.