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Salford Pride this Weekend

Salford Pride this Weekend

Salford’s annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans plus (LGBT+) Pride event returns this year to the revamped Peel Park! Join the Salford Pride team on Saturday 14th July for The Pink Picnic 2018. This year is set to be one of our biggest yet, with Union J, the Cheeky Girls, X Factor’s very own Sami Brookes and Amrick Channa headlining the event. Joining them on the day will be our fantastic hosts, Sal Ford and Blaq Ivory as well as amazing acts such as American artist Samantha Leon, Manchester’s own Lesbian & Gay Chorus and many, many more. 

With community stalls, glitter & face painting, inflatables and outdoor activities galore, it is set to be a fun filled family day out to celebrate equality, diversity and inclusion. Dress your pooches to impress and take part in the best dressed dog competition or bring a fabulous picnic and be in with a chance of winning the campest picnic competition. 

So come along and join us on Saturday 14th July from 1pm till 8pm at Peel Park, Salford for what is shaping up to be an unmissable day out! For more information about the event visit via link below.

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Published: 10-Jul-2018

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