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The famous Birmingham Pride main stage returns, even bigger for 2021, with added runway, increased VIP area, larger screens for better visibility and of course an amazing line up of international, national and local recording artists.

The Birmingham Pride Dance Arena is iconic and for the first time ever, this year will see the Dance Arena housed within a famous circus BIG TOP providing extra space and additional capacity!

The legendary Birmingham Pride Cabaret Marquee is back again this year, showcasing some of the best Drag talent in the UK along with your favourite cabaret performers!

The Birmingham Pride Future Stage is part of the Village Street Party and showcases live music bands and local upcoming talent.

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All the queers when we released steps
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Birmingham Pride supported by HSBC UK are excited to confirm that Steps will be headlining the MAIN STAGE on Sunday 25th September 2022 in our 25th year!

One of the most successful UK pop groups of all time will be performing all of their iconic hits including, ‘Tragedy’ ‘5678’ ‘Deeper shade of blue’ ‘Stomp’ ‘Something in your eyes’ and MORE!

We will be adding more exciting artists to the line up in the coming weeks in addition to confirming further details of our FREE community events and activity.

Don’t delay! Get your tickets TODAY:
Birmingham Pride
Birmingham Pride
Birmingham Pride supported by HSBC UK are excited to announce our headline act for the forthcoming 25th year of Birmingham Pride in 2022!

Check out our socials TOMORROW morning at 10am!

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โ€œWe love the atmosphere and the music. There is always a amazing line up and this year is no different. And it is also a chance for us to wear glitter!โ€

Leanne French, Lucy Brown Pride regulars

"Noone does Pride like Birmingham"

John Newson

โ€œEveryone is welcome here always - itโ€™s a place where everyone can be themselves. When there is so many people who donโ€™t feel accepted for you they are, this is important."

Sara Hicken Director of Birmingham Samaritans

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