Glasgow’s Mardi Gla Pride March 2019 is on the 20th July 2019.
Departing Kelvingrove Park 11:30am
The assembly point will be in Kelvingrove Park, for walking groups, and Kelvin Way, for floats.
The procession will then move from Kelvin Way to Sauchiehall Street turning right onto Blythswood Street and then left onto West George Street and finally onto George Square.
Floats will continue on West George Street to George Street where there are coach spaces for participants to dismount and rejoin any walking groups.
The start time is at 11:30 am this is one of two requirements, set by Glasgow City Council, to reduce disruption within the City Centre.
The second is that there is no noise on the route between West Nile Street and Dundas Street. It was felt that this would have had minimal effects on the procession and we have been happy to agree to this.
So we are all ready to go on the 20th of July – start thinking if you want to make any placards and get ready to march with Pride!
If you are just turning up with your mates – you do not need to REGISTER! Happy Pride!
Registration is only required for Local Groups and Commercial Organisations who would like to participate in this year’s Glasgow MARDI GLA Pride March on the 20th July 2019.
YOUR MARDI GLA PRIDE FESTIVAL HUB WILL BE OPEN TO DROP INTO 2PM - 8PM SATURDAY 20TH JULY 2019
We will be taking over Strathclyde Union on Glasgow's John Street, a 10 level building on the 20th of July. This will be the Pride Hub and where many of Mardi Gla's events will be, between 2pm and 8pm, on the doorstep of Glasgow's LGBT village.
This will allow us to offer our information stalls, enable information and education talks in the debates chamber and of course PARTY in the many bars and clubs inside.
MUSIC STAGE LINE UP CONFIRMED SO FAR...
Line up updated by volunteer webmaster, Peter Wilson 13-07-2019 06:41
Queen of Showbiz Bev Lyons, Gaydio Breakfast show's Jessie Brooke and our local superstar David Aird host.....
Spice World - The Tribute
Just The Brave
WE'LL BE POSTING MORE INFO ABOUT OUR FAMILY AREAS, STALLS & EDUCATION LEVELS AND THE LINE UP FOR OUR DEBATING CHAMBER....
Venues across the scene have also stepped up a gear and there will be entertainment across our city. No one will be able to say that Glasgow is not having a Pride Event after the Pride March.
Glasgow is the kind of City where if someone needs some help we tend to rally round and help out - thats just the way we are as Glaswegians. We are a Proud City and working together we will show that we are also a Proud community.
As a new grass roots group in our first year, we want this Pride Event to be the foundation to build upon in the years to come as we all work as a community to ensure that our voices are heard loudly and clearly across our City and Region.
We will see you all on the 20th of July for the Pride Event and of course the most important thing the Pride Protest March in the 50th year since Stonewall.
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