Pride in Liverpool 
Saturday 30th July 2022
Pier Head

After a three-year hiatus due to the COVID19 pandemic, our flagship event, Pride in Liverpool is back and taking to the streets of Liverpool City Centre once again.

Following the annual March With Pride (registrations now open), the free Pride in Liverpool festival, sponsored by Barclays, will centre around the city’s world famous waterfront, just a stones through from the city’s Pride Quarter and visitor attractions.

More details will be announced in coming weeks.
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Take a look back at the last time we came together as a city region for Pride in Liverpool 👉

Frequently Asked Questions

(we will continue to update this page as more announcements are made)

Pride in Liverpool FAQs

Yes! We are proudly free and open to everyone to attend. There is no cost to enter the event site and we work hard to ensure there are a mix of vendors and local businesses within the site to suit all budgets.
The festival site opens to the public from 12noon on Saturday 30th July (the same time our march leaves St Georges Hall). The busiest period for entry is between 12:45hrs and 14:00hrs when the march arrives at the site. Entertainment is programmed from 1pm. The festival site will close to the public at 8pm.
Pride in Liverpool always starts with our annual 'March with Pride', where we take to the streets in protest, celebration and solidarity. You can find more information by visiting the march page in the 'Programme' section of this website.
We'll be announcing the line up for the Barclays Main Stage soon. Sign up to our mailing list for more information.
Our event takes place on the city's streets and pedestrian access is maintained at all times. In order to deliver a safe event the festival site is fenced and all attendees are subject to bag searches - we do not permit alcohol purchased outside, opened soft drinks (unless required for medical or children), illegal drugs or legal highs or items that may cause a risk such as smoke flares, fireworks or weapons of any kind. Please note: If you have prescription or over-the-counter drugs for medical purposes, these are permitted. Please see 'Accessibility' below.
Yes! All businesses around the event site are open as normal. You can get to Matou Restaurant and the Ferry Terminal on the outside of the site. There will be a dedicated bag search entrance for customers of the Ferry Terminal. The Beatles Story Fab 4 Cafe and Shop will be open within the event site.
We will shortly be communicating with all residents and businesses around the event site with further information. Our dedicated resident/business liaisons will also support on the day to ensure we don't cause any unnecessary inconvenience and everyone can take part.
We are working with local organisations to make our event as accessible as we possibly can. Our event site is the world famous Pier Head - which is on a totally flat surface. Regarding drugs which are for medical purposes (prescribed or over-the-counter), these are permitted in the site, but we advise that these should be in their original packaging (with your name if prescribed) to avoid any issues identifying these.

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