Union J, Katrina (Katrina (ex the Waves), Rozalla, GBX and TEXAS will be delighting the crowds this weekend as Scotland’s largest pride gets ready to take over Glasgow
This year’s pride, which marks the 20th year of pride events in Glasgow will focus on transgender awareness and rights.
Alastair Smith Chief Executive of Pride Glasgow commenting on this weekend said,
“This year marks 20 years of Pride Events in Scotland and we have come along way since the first Pride events, Pride is a chance for the LGBTI community and their friends, family and supporters to come together and celebrate the achievements of the community and to stand together as one and raise awareness of the issues that we still face”
The event being held for the first time over 2 days with 12,000 people expected to take part across the weekend will be headlined and closed by Scottish music legends Texas as well as performances from Union J, Heather Peace, Rozalla, Katrina (ex the Waves) and a DJ set from the legendary clyde 1 DJ George Bowie.
Pride Glasgow’s main stage will see speeches from TIE Campaign, A campaign for LGBTI education as a statutory right in the curriculum of Scottish schools, The Equality Network/Scottish Transgender Alliance and Steve Retson Project discussing the new approach to Sexual Health Services in Glasgow.