Official Launch Event: Thursday, 25 April 2019, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Come along for FREE performances by Grampian Pride’s local talent – plus wristband exchange, candyfloss and more! Find us on the Green, below Union Street, AB11 6NY.
Grampian Pride 2019 – tickets now available!
Follow this link to reserve your FREE ticket for the Pride Village to enjoy an afternoon of great entertainment, food & drink, family activities and more: grampianpride2019.eventbrite.co.uk (donations always appreciated!)
Just swap your ticket for a wristband for entry into the village. Places are limited – if you reserve a ticket and cannot attend, please get in touch.
No ticket required to march in the parade – just turn up on the day!
Floats & Stalls – applications now open!
Want to create a float, promote your charity, or sell merchandise or food at Grampian Pride 2019? Please follow the links for more information.
Please note that ALL organisations must include relevant risk assessments, insurance, etc. Further details can be found on each application page. Payment can be made by PayPal, even if you don’t have a PayPal account. Any questions? Please contact email@example.com.
About Grampian Pride
Following the success of Grampian Pride 2018, which saw 3,000 people in attendance, Four Pillars have taken the event under its wing, to give it a more solid grounding to enable it to grow and flourish over the coming years. It continues to be a joint venture with the North East LGBT+ Community Development Group and other partners.
Grampian Pride aims to bring the local and wider community together, welcoming everyone from North East Scotland, the rest of the UK, and international communities. Grampian Pride aims to provide a safe space for all LGBT+ individuals and their straight allies. The Pride event will consist of a march, various stalls, information about LGBT+ organisations and services, entertainment, key speakers, safe spaces, and a family area.
We are proud to say that we have the full support of Aberdeen City Council, without which none of this would be possible.
Grampian Pride is supported by: