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  2. Performers in the Pride Parade
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Time Out says

LGBTQ+ communities take over London’s streets for a massive celebration of love in all its forms

This weekend, London’s getting its annual helping of rainbow flags, fun-loving crowds, and LGBTQ+ spirit with the Pride in London Parade on Saturday July 1, marking the anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall riots. With 35,000 people marching and over 1.5 million expected attendees, it's set to be a technicolour bonanza in the heart of London. Registration to take part is now closed, but you're guaranteed to have just as much fun from the sidelines. 

Recommended: the full Time Out guide to Pride in London.

The day usually culminates in a big party in Trafalgar Square, with a line-up of pop-tastic entertainment. And all day long, Soho Square and the surrounding streets will be filled with members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies gathering to celebrate (and continue) the battle for equal rights.

Details of the Parade route and the main acts haven’t been announced yet, but check the website for updates on the full line-up and times, as well as important information about road closures. And if you’re new to Pride, here’s our beginner’s guide to having a great time. 

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Alex Sims
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