Coventry Pride has announced that the Headline Stage for its annual festival is moving to Broadgate in the heart of the city centre for Pride 2020.
Martin Pink, Chair of the Board of Trustees, said: “University Square has served us very well for three years and we thank Coventry University for all of their support, but the time has come to expand. With our visitor numbers increasing every year, a larger, more central location is now required for Coventry Pride, ready to take us into 2020 and beyond for UK City of Culture in 2021.
Sponsorship opportunities are now open to any businesses that would like to be a part of Coventry Pride 2020, to show their support for the LGBT+ community.”
No one deserves to be alone this Christmas
Coventry Pride is running a Bring & Share Buffet event in partnership with The Yard Coventry on Christmas Day, for those who might usually be spending Christmas alone. There will be free coffee, mince pies and karaoke. The Yard Coventry is open from 11am to 4pm on Christmas Day.
Coventry Pride next year takes place on 13 & 14 June.
To find out more go to www.coventrypride.org.uk
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