Pride Village Party 2017 : Charles St | Patterns | Block

The Pride Village Party at Brighton & Hove Pride has become the stuff of legends. The streets are paved with rainbows as the city’s amazing community and visitors come together for a weekend of unique celebrations at the heart of Brighton. A true highlight of our year the tingles never leave us and the memories last way longer than the hangovers – thankfully – as thousands line the streets to wiggle, party and be entertained by a world class line up of performers, live music and amazing DJs.

2017 will see us out on the streets doing our glittering regal disco thing as we join the huge line-up of local heroes and heroines on the decks. Saturday 5th August will see us outside Charles Street / Patterns for a evening session of sparkling disco infused grooves from 8pm-9pm whilst on Sunday we’ll be playing alongside the amazing Block crew as we party with Pride.

We’ll be joining a weekend DJ line-up so fabulous and diverse we pinch ourselves everytime we read the line up – be it the wonders at Charles Street / Patterns including Morgan Fabulous, Grant Knowles, Tony B, Lee Jeffery, Missy B, Dulcie Danger, Jonesy and Toby Lawrence or the Block family of (deep breath) Steve Mac, Seamus Haji, Evil Nine, Chad Jackson, Timo Garcia, Mark Wilkinson, Enzo Siffredi, Grace Sands, Andy Mac, w.h.a.t.a.m.i, Lee Garrett, Marlon Maryon, Vague Recollection, Nick Hook, Pete Haywood, Magnus Asberg, Mick Fuller, Danny Chase, Vince Frimpong, Rob Holme, Brian Cheetham, Will Dawson, Manfred Spagnoli, Rob Savage, Billy M, Gabriel Ursu, Micheal Yeoman and Anthony Faulkner, we’ll be there. Hands in the air, playing the tunes we love, for the people we love, in the city we love. 

So support all the many businesses, venues and bars doing the right thing this Pride weekend as they give back and support Brighton Pride, The Rainbow Fund and the community we cherish. Join us and a plethora of amazing DJs, entertainers and proud dancing wonders as we come together to celebrate Brighton Pride 2017 at the amazing Pride Village Party. Fundraising for our LGBTQAI community has never sounded so good.

Pride Village Party 2017 Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th August 2017. Pride Village Party wristband required. Purchase yours today here.

All ticket revenue goes directly to the operational and running costs of producing the Pride Festival, Pride Community Parade, Pride Village Party and their community fundraising for the Rainbow Fund and Social Impact Fund. #partywithpride #partywithpurpose


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