WIN! 4 VIP TICKETS TO PRIDE! Closes on 17 May 2019

WIN! 4 VIP TICKETS TO PRIDE!

Get the chance to WIN 4 VIP tickets to this year’s Birmingham Pride! For a chance of winning enter your details below.


Many great artists have already been announced including: Saturday night headliners Year & Years; Lady Leshurr; Mabel; Alice Chater; The Human League; Faithless; Miss Mýa; SIGALA; Marc Almond & Hannah Wants; The Black Madonna; Alice Chater; M.O and many more still to be announced!

This year's Birmingham Pride 2019 festival is on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 May

Have you got your tickets yet for this year?
Discounted Tickets from: www.birminghampride.com

This competition closes on 17/5/19 - when a lucky winner will be chosen at random - good luck everyone!

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Who are the Saturday night headliners for Birmingham Pride?

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