Stoke-on-Trent celebrates its tenth annual Pride event this weekend.

Here’s everything you need to know, where to go and when to turn up in order to join in with Stoke-On-Trent Pride on the 16th July 2016.

What time does Stoke-On-Trent Pride beginning.

Stoke-On -Trent Pride officially opens at 12:00PM in Northwood Park. The activities close at 6:30PM. There is no parade and all activities take place in the park.

Where is Stoke-On-Trent Pride?

The pride takes place in Northwood Park, see the map below.

What does Stoke-On-Trent Pride cost?

Wristbands must be bought in order to take part in the Pride events. These wristbands cost £5 for adults, £3 for teenagers and under 16s can access for free. Tickets are not sold in advance and can be bought at the park.

Who’s performing at Stoke On Trent Pride

There’s a full line up of artists on two stages including the Proud To Be and Building Bridges stages.

The Proud To Be stage will host:

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The Voice‘s Vangelis Polydorou, Vinyl Overdrive, Rozalla, Pixie Flowers, The Fabulettes, Kelly Wilde, Steve Ayres, Jason Prince, Stacey Jackson, Sam Solace, Baseline Blonde and Dan Budd as Robbie Williams,

The Building Bridges stage will host

Nathan Thursfield, Kyle Finn, Mini Mix, Beverly Tight Lipps.

What should I bring to pride?

We’ve created a list of Pride survival ideas. Take a look – but don’t forget to bring sunscreen, money and fully charged phone!