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What’s on at PrideFest

London's second largest and free Pride festival is back for its fourth year on Saturday 13 July. Find out what you can expect at this year's PrideFest.

Parade

The parade sets off from Marks and Spencer in Croydon Town Centre (CR9 1SH) at 12pm (midday)

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Performers

See who will be performing on our main stage and, for the first time this year, who will be performing on our cabaret stage

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After Party

Keep the PrideFest spirit alive at our official VIP afterparty!

Book Tickets

Croydon PrideFest 2019 is our biggest and most exciting yet – and here’s why:

  • Not one, but two stages – we have introduced a cabaret stage for smaller, more intimate performances
  • Biggest and best line-up – we have got some big names lined up for PrideFest this year, including a RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11 drag queen
  • More accessible – we want PrideFest to be enjoyed by everyone so we have committed to making PrideFest 2019 more accessible to those with hearing difficulties
  • Same community focus – Croydon PrideFest is for the LGBT+ community, by the LGBT+ community which sets us apart from other pride festivals across the country

Browse through this section to see who will be performing, trading and supporting Croydon PrideFest 2019.

If you would like to get involved with PrideFest, take a look at how you can by clicking the button below:

Be Part of PrideFest 2019

Staying Safe at PrideFest

We want to make sure everyone has a fun and safe time at Croydon PrideFest. Please read our policies below.

Alcohol and Beverages

Our licensing conditions do not permit alcohol to be brought into the Croydon PrideFest venue. There will be three bars within Wandle Park serving alcohol and other non-alcoholic beverages which accept cash, card and contactless payments. Water can be brought into Wandle Park but must be in a transparent sealed or original container, and you may be asked to open it in front of security staff. We reserve the right to request the disposal of water prior to entry and bottled water is available to purchase beyond the entry point. Strictly no glass will be allowed into Wandle Park. Any glass found will be confiscated.

Bag Searches

Bag searches will be undertaken at PrideFest for your safety. This may mean that queues could take a little longer than expected, but can be avoided if you do not need to bring a bag. We reserve the right to search any size bag at any time.

Security and Safety

Croydon PrideFest has a relaxed and fun atmosphere but please take the same precautions as you would on any other night out to be safe. There will be plenty of trained security staff around the festival venue who will be available if you have any queries or concerns. In an emergency, please follow the advice of security and stewards. Your safety is our top priority.

Drugs

There is a zero tolerance policy to drugs and anyone in possession of drugs will be treated with normal enforcement laws, ejected from the venue and the police called. ‘Legal’ highs are also not permitted on site. No NOS is allowed – anyone found with NOS will be assumed you intend to supply which is illegal.

Photos and Videos

We will be taking photos and videos throughout the day for our own records and for local, regional and national publicity. Please let a member of our team know at the time if you would prefer not to be photographed or filmed. We will delete any pictures and/or videos and respect the privacy of each individual.

Take a look at the highlights from Croydon PrideFest 2018.

We've committed to making Croydon PrideFest 2019 more accessible and enjoyable by all. This year our main stage will have British Sign Language interpreters to help those with hearing difficulties enjoy our great festival.

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