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Manchester Pride Parade 2022 time, route and where to watch it

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After what feels like the hiatus of a lifetime, the Manchester Pride parade is finally coming back to the streets of the city centre for the first time since 2019 in what is set to be a glimmering ray of colour, celebration and activism.

With Manchester Pride kicking off on Friday (August 26), it would only be right that it included the Parade which always promises to be an unforgettable highlight to the four-day event.

With organisers promising to bring Pride back to its roots, most of the festivities will be taking place within the Gay Village, with a variety of stages offering everything from cabaret to 90s dance icons to even a bit of Spice with Melanie C. READ MORE: When will Eurovision 2023 host city decision be made? But there’s still plenty going on throughout the city too - with many free and family-friendly events taking place, including the Superbia Festival and Feel Good Fest in the Northern Quarter.

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