Bristol Pride

5-15 July 2018 (Pride Day: 14 July)

Celebrate the LGBTQ+ community in Bristol this July. 

Jump on a train to Bristol this July and enjoy the city’s fantastic Pride festivities. What better way to celebrate love in all its forms than in the vibrant city of Bristol? Whether you’re looking to party, listen to poetry or march in the Pride Parade, Bristol Pride has something for everyone this year.

What to Expect

Pride festivities take place in the city from 5 to 15 July. There’s a wide range of events on offer in the run up to Pride Day. Highlights include a dog show on 7 July with categories such as Waggiest Tail and Happiest Rescue Dog. There's also a poetry night on 1 July presenting Rainbow Milk – a take on Bristol’s leading poetry night, Milk Poetry.

Pride Day 2018 features headline performances from Alexandra Burke and Republica on the main stage. If you thought Bristol Pride 2017 was an incredible event, 2018 promises to be even better.

Bristol Pride is a crucial event for the LGBTQ+ community, their friends and allies. The festival is all about celebrating diversity and inclusivity in a fun, friendly and informative environment.

For all Pride events and to plan Pride Day, visit the Bristol Pride website.

How to get there

Bristol Temple Meads is the nearest station to the festival. Popular routes to Temple Meads include:

This year, the Bristol Pride Parade kicks off at Castle Park, a 20-minute walk from Temple Meads station. Pride Day is a free event, so clear your diary and get your train tickets to Bristol booked today. Plan your trip and find the cheapest tickets available for your journey here.

Things to do in the area

With so much to see and do during Pride in Bristol, why not take time off and make a holiday out of it? There’s no shortage of music, nightlife and tasty cuisine on offer.

Head to our Bristol page to find out more about one of the UK’s liveliest cities.