Salford's annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans & Non-binary, plus (LGBT+) pride event returns once again this year to Peel Park, Salford.
The Pink Picnic is Salford’s annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Non-binary plus (LGBT+) pride event and is back again in 2022 for it’s eleventh year. The grass root event personifies the true essence of what pride means and what it originally stood for. With the community at it’s heart, the event brings the local community, groups, organisations, charities, and businesses together to showcase Salford’s diverse communities.
The day will host an array of live entertainment on the main stage, showcasing a roster of local diverse LGBT+ talent and headline artists. Including headline artists 90's favourite Kelly Wilde, "The key, The Secret" Urban Cookie Collective, The Cheeky Girls, Ru Paul Drag Race’s Kitty Scott Claus and 90's boy band "bodyshakin" 911. Expect to see drag, musicians, dancers, DJ’s and powerful words from prominent voices in the community, including Salford Pride patron and trans activist Annie Wallace (Hollyoaks).
As well as our main stage the event will host community stalls promoting local groups, organisations and charities, activities and entertainment for families, children, and LGBT+ youth, fairground rides, inflatables, a bar tent, food and drink vendors and much more.
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