Pride 2018 is just about upon us, here is a run-down of all you need to know! Stage times are also below!
Ticket prices are below. Tickets are on Sale here or at Delmonica’s, they will also be on sale on Saturday or Sunday at Kelvingrove Park (subject to availability):
Adult weekend – £15
Adult Saturday only – £10
Adult Sunday only – £10
Youth weekend (13-17year old) – £5
Steps only – £35
Steps & Weekend admission – £45
As a ticket holder, you will need to exchange your ticket for a wristband. This can done in advance at any of the following exchange dates.
On Site Wristband Exchange and Box Office – The Wristband exchange and box office opens at 8am Saturday & Sunday and closes at 8pm on Saturday and 6pm on Sunday. If you haven’t exchanged your ticket before this time you won’t be permitted access to the event.
Tickets purchased online are electronic tickets, if you have deleted/ lost/ not received the email you can retrieve it by going to one of the Delmonica’s or Panopticon dates or to the onsite Box Office on the weekend. Please check your junk mail first as we are very busy!
VIP wristbands should be collected from one of our Pre-exchange points or the dedicated accreditation window on the days of Pride.
Stall Passes etc will be available on the day of your booking, details of how and where to collect has been e-mailed out to all stallholders, check your stall info pack if unsure!
SATURDAY KEY TIMES
10.30am -11.30am Parade congregates at Clyde Place
12.00pm Parade departs
Festival site opens
Parade is screened live on screen at Kelvingrove Park
2.00pm Kelvingrove Bandstand event opens
6.00pm Community stalls close up for the day
Family Area closes
Kelvingrove Bandstand closes
10.00pm Event closes
SATURDAY MAIN-STAGE LINE UP
12pm – Background music / screening of Parade
4.00pm – Tom Urie
5.00pm – The Sundaes
7.00pm – Ian Van Dahl v Lasgo
9.00pm – GBX
SUNDAY KEY TIMES:
12.00pm Festival site opens
12.00-1.00pm Quiet hour, for those who don’t like loud noise or flashing lights
2.00pm Kelvingrove Bandstand event opens
6.00pm Pride 2018 is over!
Kelvingrove bandstand closes
7.00pm Steps After-party opens!
SUNDAY MAIN-STAGE LINE UP:
12.00pm – Quiet Hour
1.00pm – Rhythm of the 90s
2.00pm – Grace Davies
3.00pm – Mel C
5.00pm – Courtney Act
It is in everyone’s best interest for you to stay safe at Pride, we have compiled some information on how to do so and includes a list of items banned from the festival.
We advise everyone attending that there will be a full bag search policy in place, therefore you are asked only to bring essential bags. Bags should be smaller than an a3 sheet of paper.
Ourselves, Police Scotland and Serenity Security advise you purchase your tickets in advance and exchange them for your wristband prior to the event. Full information on how to purchase and exchange are on the attached link.
Click here for more Safety Information
New for 2018 is our event at Kelvingrove Bandstand, this is completely free to enter and you do not require a ticket.
There will be a Community stage showcasing local talent. More info here.
Open 2-6pm both days!
The Family Area was a great success last year and continues to grow year on year.
This year on both days we have Arts and Crafts, Exotic Creatures and a bouncy castle. Find out more info here.
We also welcome into the Family Area, the Blair Drummond Safari Park education team & Glasgow Science Centre, who promise to bring lots of fun with them!
SAFE SPACE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
The ever popular Youth Space returns to the event this year as part of the event, supported by Glasgow Life.
The safe space for under 25s, will have plenty of fun and activities on the Saturday to suit our young people’s needs.
Back for the 4th year running, open on the Sunday. Lots of fun and games for our 4 legged friends, we are sure there will be lots of slobbery kisses and treats going on too!
Categories include Waggiest Tail and Best in show. Fantastic prizes to be won!
This one went down very well last year, running (or walking) through the Rainbow Blast area and having Powdered paint thrown at you! You will look fabulous covered in the Rainbow Colours.
It’s going to be popular so best get in first!
Our Expo just gets bigger and bigger every year, with lots of new things too!
You will find lots of community organisations, charities etc in here! Steve Retson Project are in the Expo too and will be offering FREE Sexual Health Check-ups in a private cabin.
The ever popular Fairground returns with lots of thrilling rides for you to enjoy!
You can find all sorts of wonderful items in our market stalls, we have traders from all over the UK coming to sell you their goodies.
FOOD & DRINK
There will be plenty of selection of food stalls! Food stalls also sell soft drinks, you will find coffee and soft drinks in the market area too!
Alcohol – can not be brought in from outside. But you can purchase alcohol on site. We do operate Challenge 25, so if you are lucky to look under 25, be prepared to show some ID.
Free tap water is available at the bar!
WHAT TO DO AFTER PRIDE
Check our guide here to help you plan the rest of your weekend
Our Pride Guide is a free magazine to tell you more about whats happening at Pride and thanking our amazing sponsors, pick one up when collecting your wristbands or from most bars. Or download here
Let us hear from you over Pride:
Snapchat – prideglasgow
Happy Pride x