Sugababes to headline Birmingham Pride Saturday

Catherine Muxworthy March 21, 2023

Birmingham Pride festival 2023 will be held across the May bank holiday weekend, and organisers have now revealed the line-up for Saturday, May 27 – which includes pop group Sugababes.

Sugababes will headline the event’s main stage – in partnership with Jaguar – in 2023 alongside: Brit nominated Cat Burns; singer Samantha Mumba; drag queen DJ Jodie Harsh, this year’s Eurovision contestant for the UK, Mae Muller; winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK season 4 winner, Danny Beard; Tom Aspaul; Ryan LanjiBig Proud Party Agency judge, Paul Morrell; Sound System (ft. Katherine Ellis & Tom Barnwell); Rugby player and contestant on Love Island season 9, Keanan; Birmingham Royal Ballet; and Rainbow Voices.

In the Dance Area, festival goers will find Sammy Virji, Girls Don’t Sync, Just Soriah, Karakat, Ringers, Lauren Goulder, Malado and TU3SDAY. While the Future Stage will feature talent, including: Sounds Queer Takeover, Virgin X, Lannie Camper, Wosley, Two Thousand & Late, plus an indie disco with local DJs.

An exciting line-up of drag, cabaret and performers – including many Birmingham-based acts – will be found across two stages. Taking to the Conrad Guest Cabaret Stage will be: Sandra, Tianna Biscuit, Amy Laqueefa, Lola Lasagne, Tanya Hyde, Miss Penny, January Butler as Celine Dion, Shania Pain, Lady Bushra, Don One, Twiggy, and KY Kelly.

While on the Carlos Medina Stage, there will be performances from: Blanche, Cake Boi, Crip Ladywood, Dahliah Rivers, Sophie Stication, Ebony Krueger, Eric Scutaro, Emberley, House of Allure, Kenya Knott, Pork Pie, Terri Box, Tiana Biscuit and Donna Trump.