Brighton Gay Pride is a very popular gay pride event and one of the biggest in the UK. Held at this seaside beach city - which already has a strong LGBT community - Brighton Pride is an essential date in the gay calendar, with many people traveling down to the south coast of the UK. For three days, you can look forward to a host of different events that are catered to the LGBTQ community. But it is not just all bells and whistles; campaigning is at the heart of the Brighton Pride ethos.
Everything you need to know about Brighton Pride 2019
Brighton Pride festival
Brighton and Hove Pride is an annual event held in the city of Brighton and Hove , England , organised by Brighton Pride, a community interest company CIC who promote equality and diversity, and advance education to eliminate discrimination against the lesbian , gay , bisexual and transgender LGBT community. The major event is an annual summer festival held in the first week of August,  which usually consists of a parade through the city centre, a festival event in Preston Park , the Gay Village Party and other club parties. Pride returned to the city in with the Brighton Area Action Against Section 28 which brought hundreds to the streets. Since , the park festival has been based at Preston Park.
But when is it, what's the route and how do you get tickets? Here's all you need to know about this year's festival. A parade marches through the streets of Brighton with huge floats in tow to ask for equality for all.
Photography: Andrea Klarin. The Pride Pleasure Gardens will return for the fourth year running, with free-to-enter events all weekend, and a handful of ticketed clubbing nights, such as Sink the Pink and Horse Meat Disco. Pride in the Park Saturday tickets are still available.