RuPaul’s Drag Race UK queens set to lead Manchester Pride parade

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK queens set to lead Manchester Pride parade
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Posted on 23 Aug 2019

This year’s Manchester Pride continues across the bank holiday weekend (until Monday 26 August), with the recently announced contestants from RuPaul’s Drag Race UK leading the event's annual parade today. 


The festival also features a candlelit vigil, the Superbia Weekend, the Gay Village Party and Youth Pride MCR. 

A brand new addition for 2019’s event is Manchester Pride Live, which will see artists including Ariana Grande, Years & Years, Cheryl, Emeli Sandé, Basement Jaxx and Faithless perform across the weekend.


Full details are available at manchesterpride.com

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