Accessibility At Pride
Pride Village Party (PVP)
Anthem Concerts are proud to present an exclusive, up close and personal experience on Pride Village Party (PVP). PVP is a celebratory street party that takes place the Thursday before Reading Festival from 10am-7pm. PVP delivers a carefully curated line-up of some of the most forward thinking DJs, Producers & Live Acts on the scene today, playing their finest dance floor fillers. There will be two entrances for the P. A. Staff. One for VIP & Media, and the other one for Village 1, 2 & 3.
The PA system is located by each entrance, and you can contact either the DJ or GMC on the PA if you have any questions or concerns whilst queuing up for your tickets at the village entrances, more about plumbing with Brighton and Hove Life (brightonandhovelife.co.uk). Access is the dedicated support line for people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or intersex (LGBT+). Access provides emotional support and information on services in Brighton & Hove, Sussex and beyond. Brighton Pride Society is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) and is a company limited by guarantee (i.
There is a minimum height requirement of 100 cms. 100% music will take place indoors in the venue and there are no outside stages for performances. We do not recommend bringing inflatable tents/airbeds and camp-stoves - although you are welcome to try and camp within the confines of the Campsite if you wish, but are warned it may not be possible due to lack of space for all ticket holders. If staying in your tent overnight is something you do, please ensure that you will be able to fit your tent and airbeds inside the site as space will be limited.
On Saturday, we will invite all Festival-goers to gather together in our Pride Meadow area for what we call ‘Pride Campsite’. This special space is somewhere where people can get together and celebrate as a community; it should be loud, fun and full of energy! It will also provide a place for people to rest, chill out and recharge during the day, and you’ll be able to find details on information stalls, welfare services, merchandise stalls and community groups.
The Campsite, The Arena and the Main Stage all have a limited capacity. Campsite bookings are released on a first come first served basis, so book early to avoid disappointment! This is the most popular camping area for Festival-goers and you are advised to consider venues further north as options if this camping area sells out. The camp site is only a short walk from the Pride Village, where all the main activities take place.
The route from London St Pancras to Brighton Pride is easy to follow as it takes place in the city centre. If you're travelling by train, it takes 1 hour and 40 minutes to get from London to Brighton. Otherwise, you can take a coach or a bus. For full ticket information visit:. The Brighton Pride Festival is well known for being one of the most colorful, exciting and fun festivals in the UK. Getting to Brighton should not pose a problem as it is a major city with easy access by car, bus or train.
This year Brighton Pride is at the heart of the city, spread over five days. It will have a pop-up village called Pride Village at Brunswick Square and events taking place in and around town. It’s also close to the Big Garden where there is plenty of space for your tents or campers. The Camp Site is ideal for those who enjoy the sun , the great outdoors and want communion with nature. Serene, tree-lined paths and open spaces make Pride Campsite a picturesque and tranquil place to sleep under the stars in London.