The UK’s Eurovision 2019 entrant Michael Rice will join Rozalla and Kelly Wilde at today’s Stoke-on-Trent Pride event.
Michael represented the country at last month’s Tel Aviv-hosted Song Contest with the song Bigger Than Us. Sadly, he finished in last place, and even had five of his 16 points deducted in the aftermath of the event when a vote-counting error was rectified.
As well as a host of live acts, Stoke-on-Trent Pride will also feature a dog show, stalls & stands, a funfair and a Pride Parade (starting at 3pm), for which carnival arts workshops are being run at The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery and Hanley Park from midday to 2.30pm to help participants prepare.
The 13th Stoke-on-Trent Pride takes place at Hanley Park on Saturday 15 June. For more information, visit stokeontrentpride.org.uk
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