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Wolverhampton Pride is the celebration of the city’s LGBT+
We work together as a community to bring alive the festival for everyone so we can educate, demonstrate and celebrate LGBT+ Inclusion in our city

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Parade

The iconic march through the city centre, demonstrating commitment to LGBT+ equality.

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Plaza, Village, Afterglow

Find out everything happening at our main event on Saturday 8 June.

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Getting Here

Find the nearest car parks, train station, bus station and tram stop.

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Accessibility

Key measures to ensure accessibility is at the heart of what we do.

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Sponsors

Our proud sponsors help ensure this event is bigger and better than ever.

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Don’t miss out on this fantastic event, book your tickets here.

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Wolverhampton Pride, at its heart, is a celebration of Wolverhampton’s LGBT+ community.

It is an event that is open for everyone to come together to celebrate, to learn about and to support LGBT+ inclusion within the city of Wolverhampton.

The fundamental ethos of Wolverhampton Pride is the city working together to deliver a truly inclusive and accessible celebration of the LGBT+ community. It goes to the heart of Wolverhampton being a Rainbow City - a city where you can be who you are and be proud and this event is a key part of delivering this.

The journey of Wolverhampton Pride is all about collaborative working between key organisations, and community is an important theme. We have a vibrant voluntary and community sector that is essential in ensuring it stays true to celebrating not only Wolverhampton but the LGBT+ community.

Wolverhampton Pride has already become a staple not only in the city events calendar but within the LGBT+ community.

Wolverhampton Pride is organised by the Wolverhampton Pride Cooperative. The Cooperative is led by City of Wolverhampton Council and made up of several different organisations that bring their expertise and experience with them.

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Exclusive Discounts

From Local businesses

Local businesses in the city are offering exclusive discounts to anyone who has purchased a ticket to Pride and can show their wristband on Saturday 8 June. See the exciting offers here:

Waterstones - 5% off full priced books

The Way - Free annual membership

TH Baker - 5% off jewellery

Dave’s Cave - 10% off second hand goods and 5% off new goods

Brewer’s Decorators - Exclusive offers

Giffard Arms - Free entry, open 12pm – 3am for a Pride Party


WLGBT+ - will be offering 10% off warm drinks to anyone attending Pride House on the 8 June showing a valid wristband. They will also be offering VIP Membership at £8 rather than the normal £10 to new members signing up on the day.

What is the ambition for Wolverhampton Pride?

Wolverhampton Pride key aims are:

  1. The Community Pride in the West Midlands
  2. Staple of the City’s Rainbow City Offer
  3. Continual increase of activity; not just within Pride Month
  4. Charitable Outcome to support the LGBT+ Community
  5. Work closely with Community and City Partners
  6. Key Part of the City’s 5 Year Event Strategy