The Pride in Liverpool March taking place on Saturday 29th July 2023 ahead of several activity zones across the city following this.
The march will leave St Georges Hall at approximately 12:00hrs and make its way through the city centre, passing (or nearby to) your business, before it arrives at the Pier Head at
approximately 12:45- 13:00hrs.
We have robust event and traffic management plans in place for the march with the main purpose to help ensure people can take part as safely as possible – this will include
controlled road closures across the route.
The main road closures will be in place from 11:00hrs until approximately 14:30hrs. We
advise all businesses to avoid arranging deliveries between these times as access will not
be possible until the road closure is lifted.
We hope that this event is a great opportunity for your business, colleagues and customers to show their support for the region’s LGBT+ Community. We’d encourage you to consider making a donation to our charity via www.lcrpride.co.uk to help us make sure this event continues to happen and can remain free.
March With Pride
Emergency service access through closures will be facilitated at all times.
➡ City Centre March Route
A number of road closures will be in place to facilitate the march taking place safely.
Whilst these closures are in place no vehicle movement will be possible (except emergency services).
These will be in place Saturday 29th July from 11:00am until 14:30am across large parts of the city centre and delays should be expected.
The roads affected by these closures will be:
St George’s Plateau
William Brown St
St Johns Lane
Queen Sq Bus St
Please note, roads adjoining these streets will likely be affected by queueing traffic during the closure and a short time after the closure is lifted.
Parking Bays on Water Street (waterfront side between Cunard and Liver Buildings) have been suspended for the duration of this period.
➡ Canada Boulevard (adj Pier Head)
A closure will be in place only at the junction of Water Street and Canada Boulevard on Saturday 29th July 2023 from approximately 11:00hrs until 14:30hrs to allow safe access and egress to the event site for pedestrians during the event.
➡ Queensway Tunnel Strand Exit Road
The Queensway Tunnel Strand Exit will be closed to traffic between 12:30hrs and 15:00hrs to limit congestion on the strand.
➡ Mann Island
The Brunswick Street > Georges Dock Way > Mann Island one-way loop will not be affected by road closures, however please note between the times of 12:30 and 14:30 hrs there may be delays due to closures on the strand. Our traffic managers will carry out controlled releases of traffic during this time, but we advise to avoid travel during these times wherever possible.
Pride In Liverpool – Event Zones
This year, Pride in Liverpool is taking place using a different format – it will be taking place in smaller zones across the city centre rather than one large festival site.
Pier Head Food & Drink Court
Mann Island Community Zone
Museum of Liverpool Wellbeing Zone
St Nicholas Church Garden Party
A number of other pop-up performances will take place across the city centre within pedestrianised areas.
All businesses within these zones have been consulted regarding their servicing requirements. Please ensure this message is passed on to suppliers e.g. deliveries or waste companies.
The event is FREE and you do not need tickets to access the site during the event. Bag searches are in place for safety and licensing purposes only. All entertainment on event zones will be finished by 18:00hrs.
We have also now activated our Business/Resident Liaison Service which can be accessed by emailing [email protected].
A member of the team will review your message and look to respond within 3 working days. Please include a phone number if you would prefer a call back.
On the day of the event, this inbox is continually monitored and we aim to respond to emails within 1 hour.