Brighton Pride Parties 2019
We’re throwing three massive Brighton Pride parties to celebrate diversity in Brighton & Hove this year…
Expect only the finest classic, fresh and future house sounds alongside an roof-raising vocal performance from Katherine Ellis [When You Touch Me, And I Try, Tears] right on Brighton beach.
Brighton beach will be glowing ‘UV-style’ on Pride Saturday as we raise the bar for pride on the seafront with the biggest vocal house anthems at our first-ever neon party… Pass the glow-sticks!
There’s already so much hype for what we reckon will be the best of all Brighton Pride parties 2019 – and the ultimate colab with international lesbian events powerhouse ‘Mint’… Watch this space.
Still want to party for FREE by the sea and get to enjoy some of the best Brighton Pride parties the city has to offer? Check in with our Saturday daytime beach party – with DJs on the decks playing dance classics and pride anthems…
NOON – 7PM
Free entry is strictly limited by capacity andd demand – so we reckon you’re best off arriving early to avoid disappointment. There’s only so many beach bodies we can squeeze in 😜
Pride in Brighton and Hove and the city’s Brighton Pride parties that go hand-in-hand are iconic – unrivalled – and don’t just take our word for it. National newspaper The Guardian describe the fetstival of diversity as “the country’s most popular LGBT event.” If you’re in Brighton over ‘Pride Weekend’ you can expect more Brighton Pride parties than you’d ever think a city had room for alongside a vibrant celebration of all that is bright and beautiful about Brighton & Hove’s diverse community, with globe-trotters throwin’ shapes right next to BN1ers.
OhSo Social has a history of being a fund-raising partner for the Pride Community Fund, which helps to deliver cash raised across the weekend to LGBT+ organisations across Brighton and Hove. So you won’t just be enjoying yourself as you lap up the atmosphere at 2019’s Brighton Pride parties – you’ll be doing it for some great home-grown charitable and not-profit groups, as well as raising awareness and visibility within the city. That’s what we call we call Brighton Pride parties with purpose.