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Spindle x Birmingham Pride: Future Stage

Friday 15 March 2019

This year, we are excited to announce our debut at Birmingham Pride in partnership with the Future Stage!

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šŸ”„BREAKINGšŸ”„BREAKINGšŸ”„ Birmingham Pride – ‘The Love Out Loud Festival” supported by HSBC UK are pleased to announce our “Future Stage” line up in conjunction with Spindle Magazine! Taking place within the Nightingale Club this stage is all about genre diversity and upcoming international talent! We have a lot of people you will NOT want to miss featuring Leikeli47, Kaiit, Quay Dash, Paigey Cakey, Rico Nasty, Ashnikko, Nakhane + many more! More artists to be announced in the coming days! Get your ‘Discounted Advanced’ tickets NOW: birminghampride.com

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Birmingham Pride is the UK’s largest 2-day LGBTQ+ festival held in the Gay Village, Birmingham and promotes inclusivity of all races, genders, identities, colours, religions, and sexualities. This celebration happens annually over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend, and includes musicians, dancers, street stalls, entertainers, and fair rides.

This year’s theme is ‘Love Out Loud,’ and is “a celebration of our right to love, not only other people, but ourselves too, and do it LOUD” (Birmingham Pride).

There will be six main areas that pride-goers can enjoy, with The Virgin Trains Main Stage headlining artists such as Years and Years and Lady Leshurr.

You can find a diverse range of artists and upcoming international talent at the Future Stage, such as ABISHA, Andrea Di Giovanni, and Emily Burns.

The two days are jam-packed with music and entertainmentā€” if you plan to attend, you will find yourself in a colourful sea of happiness and freedom, celebrating one of the year’s most awaited events.

You can buy your tickets for the festival here!