Community News

Busted draw record crowds to Bristol Pride

Besi Besemar July 12, 2017

Thousands journey to Bristol making Bristol Pride 2017 the biggest yet! Thousands of revellers made the Bristol Pride 2017 festival the biggest and most colourful event staged in the city to date.

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Busted to headline Bristol Pride 2017

Besi Besemar April 10, 2017

Pop Rock band Busted will headline this year’s Bristol Pride Festival which takes place on the Bristol Amphitheatre and at Bristol’s Millennium Square on Saturday, July 8.

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In The South

Belinda Carlisle headlines new event on eve of Bristol Pride

Besi Besemar March 28, 2017

American pop icon Belinda Carlisle will headline a new Friday night concert on the Harbourside as part of this year’s Pride Festival. Taking place in the Bristol Amphitheatre on Friday, July 7, Belinda will be joined by Eurovision winner and Walking on Sunshine singer Katrina, of Katrina & The Waves, and electro pop duo Avec Sans.

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Newcastle Pride generates £9m for local economy

Graham Robson October 11, 2015

One of the UK’s leading LGBT festivals boosted the North East economy by more than £9m in 2015. Newcastle Pride, one of the largest free events of its kind in the UK, attracted a record-breaking 71,000 people in 2015, with an estimated additional 480,000 listening live around the world on Pride Radio.

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International News

Top pop stars bring the crowds to Newcastle Pride

Gary Hart July 21, 2015

B*Witched and Belinda Carlisle were among the acts performing at a free event in the North East this weekend. The chart-topping girl-band and 80s songstress were both headliners at the eighth annual Newcastle Pride festival, at the city’s Town Moor from Friday to Sunday (July 17 to 20).

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Newcastle expects £8M boost from Northern Pride

Gary Hart July 7, 2015

Newcastle Pride, now in its eighth year, will return to the city’s Town Moor for three days of live entertainment from Friday July 17. The event, which is also celebrating 45 years of world Pride, contributed around £7.9m to the economy in 2014, attracting a record 65,000 visitors. Organisers are expecting an even bigger turn out later this month.

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Home is where the Pride is!

Besi Besemar May 30, 2015

Five of the North East’s leading housing providers are proving there’s no place like home by sponsoring one of the region’s largest events. Gentoo, South Tyneside Homes, Places for People, Gateshead Housing Company and Riverside are all backing Newcastle Pride 2015. The LGBT festival, which returns to the city’s Town Moor from Friday July 17, will be offering three days of live music and entertainment for all ages to celebrate 45 years of world Pride.

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