Birmingham Pride


"Birmingham Pride held its first event back in 1997. Over the following 24 years Birmingham Pride has become one of the most important LGBTQ+ festivals in the UK attracting in excess of 40,000 people over the course of the weekend to the festival site in the heart of the LGBTQ+ village and over 75,000 participating in or watching our annual pride parade through the streets of Birmingham..."
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Access Card Notes

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Contact details

Birmingham Pride Wynner House, 143 Bromsgrove Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 6RG
Phone: 0121 622 6034

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
Birmingham Pride is accessible to wheelchair users. Wheelchair users who have purchased a VIP or Premium Ticket will be able to admit one ticketed carer. The carer’s ticket must be applied for prior to the festival.

As well as the raised viewing platform for the main stage, the village green will have an acoustic stage which is raised above a seated area.

This year we are offering an accessible parade route in addition to the regular route. This will be a shorter, quieter route suitable for participants with mobility issues and sensory needs. The accessible parade will take a shorter route, cutting through the main concourse of Grand Central Station. For more information, please visit our website.

Short Distances

Short distance
For information on blue badge parking, public transport guides and more, visit:

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
You’ll find gender neutral wheelchair-accessible toilets throughout the festival site. See our Pride Map for details of the locations of the toilets. Changing place toilet will be available in the Pride Village.

Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dogs
Assistance dogs are welcome at Birmingham Pride. However, we strongly recommend not exposing animals to any arenas that could be particularly noisy.

Accessing Audible Information

Accessing Audible Information
This year, Birmingham Pride is introducing registered signing interpreters on both the Virgin Trains Main Stage and the Los Angeles Cabaret Stage.