Tickets allowing kids and seniors free entry to the 2020 Birmingham Pride Festival and Street Party are now available.
The event, which takes place on Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 May, will provide free entry for children under 12 years of age when accompanied by an adult, as well as for seniors over 65 years of age.
Last month organisers revealed that a lower-cost Street Party-only ticket is to be introduced for the first time, for those who don’t want to attend the Festival’s entertainment zones.
Speaking to Midlands Zone, Birmingham Pride Festival Director Lawrence Barton commented: “We want to make Birmingham Pride as inclusive as possible, and we’re delighted that not only are we introducing a lower-cost Street Party Ticket for everyone, but also both children under 12 and seniors over 65 will be able to join in and enjoy both the Festival and Street Party for free in 2020.”
Super Early Buy Tickets for both the Street Party and the Full Festival are now available at www.birminghampride.com
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