Pride in London 2017 date announced

The Pride Festival takes place from Saturday 24 June to Sunday 9 July 2017, with the Parade and main events on Saturday 8 July 2017.


2016 was the biggest Pride ever!

40,000 people joined the Pride in London parade and as many as a million people took to the streets to celebrate, make their voice heard, and be a part of something special.

Stunned in the aftermath of the shootings in Orlando, our community came together. Our message of living life with No Filter – celebrating the opportunity to be free, but also recognising that so many people are unable to be themselves – resonated around the world.


Thank you for being part of it.

We are now thrilled to announce that we are aiming to make 2017 bigger and better than ever.

The Pride in London 2017 Parade will be on Saturday 8 July

Make sure you get the updates by going to the Facebook event

From 1 December we’ll be announcing how you can sign your groups up to be in the parade. We also have exciting plans to make Pride Fortnight, and the festival bigger than ever, with more community involvement, more events and more locations in the two weeks before parade day.

Get involved

In order for it to be bigger and better than ever – we need more of you to get involved. Pride in London continues to be run entirely by volunteers – the only major Pride to be done so. Taking part is an incredible experience and we’d love you to join the team.

Take a look at all the opportunities

Pride in London Parade 2017

Saturday 08 July 2017

About the Pride in London Parade

The Pride in London Parade is the biggest LGBT+ parade in the UK, as many thousands of people march down the route.

Want to join the Parade?

The Parade is now fully booked, and no further bookings can be accepted. Find out more.

Watching the Parade?

The streets will be closed, so you can watch from the barriers. Try to avoid Oxford Circus and Regent Street as it gets very crowded.

Is the Parade accessible?

We have dedicated volunteer access stewards, a safe space in the Parade and a shuttle bus that runs along the route. If you need accessible parking, we have a small number of free places. There’s a viewing platform and wheelchair recharging point at Trafalgar Square. Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas.

If you have any problems

Please speak to our stewards if you need any help or hear something that upsets you. We want everyone to feel safe at Pride and work with the police to investigate any complaints.

Route map

The Parade forms up in Portland Place and runs from the BBC’s Broadcasting House to Oxford Circus, down Regent Street, through Piccadilly Circus, Lower Regent Street and past our new Grandstand viewing point, left into Pall Mall, Pall Mall East, Cockspur Street, past Trafalgar Square, and into Whitehall where the Parade disperses.