With less than a week until Swansea Pride, here is everything you need to know about Swansea’s very own Pride, including whether you need tickets to attend!
There will also be a variety of activities leading up to the main day including an art festival day (17th April) Cabaret (30th April), Drag night with Farah Moan (3rd May) and a showcase of the city’s youth talent (1st May).
When is Swansea Pride?
This year Swansea Pride takes place on Saturday 4th of May and there is a parade, which will set off from 11 AM right in the city centre which you can watch from the sidelines, just make sure you have a pride flag to wave!
From 12 noon until 5 PM there will be not one but two stages of entertainment at the National Waterfront Museum. This event is free to attend and you do not need tickets. There will be food available from various food outlets.
What is the parade route for Swansea Pride?
The parade route for Swansea Pride hasn’t yet been announced but when it is, we’ll update this article. However, we do know that the parade will wind through the city centre.
Who’s performing at Swansea Pride?
There will two stages of entertainment to enjoy at Swansea Pride, so there will be something for everyone!