Organisers of Derbyshire LGBT+ Pride have announced the line-up for this year’s festival.
The event, which takes place on Saturday 8 September on Derby’s Curzon Street, will see, among others, drag superstar Danny Beard, Livin’ Joy, Sweet Female Attitude and The Voice’s Kirby take to the stage.
The festival will be preceded by a colourful walking parade through the city centre - starting at St Peter’s Street at 11am.
The procession will snake its way through the streets of Derby, terminating at Curzon Street ahead of the main event.
Derby Pride rely solely on the local community's generosity, so they can raise the much needed cash to put on an even bigger event and keep it free for all. With your help they hope put on an event to be remembered for all the people in and around Derbyshire and beyond!
You can donate on their Crowdfunding page HERE
For more information, check their Facebook page HERE
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