Cambridge Pride 2023 – Everything you need to know

today16th June 2023


This article is updated regularly with all the information about Cambridge Pride 2023.

The event will return Saturday the 17th of June, from 11:30 in Jesus Green, Cambridge.
This year, the parade will take place at the beginning of the event, around 12:00. Everyone is invited! Make sure you join in.

GlitterBeam will be broadcasting LIVE from Jesus Green from 11:00 to get you in the right mood if you’re travelling to the Park.
We will have a prize raffle and you can win an amazing DAB+ Radio by Ruark
We will have lots of merch and…our Mascotte!
Make sure you pop to our studio tent, just opposite the main stage!

Paul Hyde-Clark explained to us how will it work. You can listen in the player below

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    Cambridge Pride 2023 – Everything you need to know GlitterBeam

The programme:
12:00 – Parade in the Park
12:30 – Stages and areas open
21:00 – Event Close

Cambridge Pride 2023 kicks off with our Parade in the Park.
While Cambridge Pride is a celebration, it also recognises that we still need to fight and protest for the dignity, representation and equality of queer people.
From 11:00am, simply meet everyone at the parade starting point in the corner of Jesus Green by the aptly named street Park Parade. Everyone will be getting parade-ready with live music from the Cambridge University Steel Pan Society and an eco-glitter station. The team welcome walkers and wheelers to turn up and take part. No registration necessary.
At 12 noon, the parade will begin, led by local, community samba band, Arco Iris. At last years event, hundreds of people got involved and it was a wonderful sight to behold.
Please email if you feel you will need additional support to complete the parade route and the team will try to provide assistance where they can.

Below the map of what’s on





















On the main stage:

Sherika Sherard singer-songwriter

The Divas & The Mawmas drag performers
Titania Trust drag royalty
Grace Petrie folk singer-songwriter star
Sing Out community choir=
Alexa Vox vocalist
Colonel Spankys Love Ensemble 10-piece epic pop band
Miss Disney comedy vocalist
For The Hornets rock band
Angie Brown chart diva
Will Power drag king
Clit Eastwood drag king
Natti Vogel NYC-based singer-songwriter
bexx UK euphoric alt-pop artist
Knuckle Sandwich drag queen
Allan Jay UK recording artist Brought to you by Molly & Tommy
Homoparody Mr Gay England & his Queer Collective
DEJA Cambridge Pride favourite delivers her brand of rap, pop and afro-pop

Written by: GlitterBeam

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