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Bury Pride 2019

Bury Pride 2019

This year's Bury Pride festival is an important occasion that brings people out onto the streets, celebrating equality and diversity together. It’s great fun to rejoice in Bury's warm and welcoming community.

Sponsored by Barclays, this year’s headline act is 90’s Pop Sensation S-Club.

The outdoor stage will be hosted by the one and only Miss Sal Ford and Tower FM.  Featuring Vicky Jackson as Pink plus performances throughout the day from Freak Dance, the Gay Gordon’s, Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus, and many more.

Join or watch The Walking Rainbow Parade, starting from Bury Town Hall in Knowsley Street at 1.00pm.  Weaving its way through the Culture Quarter and all the way up to The Rock and back, taking in major landmarks along the way. Led by Mr Wilson's Second Liners, the parade is a vibrant, colourful celebration of equality and diversity.

There are lots more family-friendly entertainment including:

Two stages featuring music, comedy, dance and entertainment

A huge variety of Food and Drink

Exhibitions from Bury Art Gallery

Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue’s Parade Pump with music, DJ’s and bubbles

Bouncy Castle and fair ground rides

Pop up tea room

Gin and Prosecco bar

Stalls and lots more

Look out for events on Friday 12th April at the Mosses Centre plus the addition of the Rainbow Train from East Lancashire Railway on Sunday 14th April, with info and tix here.

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Published: 16-Feb-2019

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