Get a feel of where everything is located from our Birmingham Pride Site Map here...
How and where to exchange your tickets for wristbands + ticket info + buying a wristband on the day
Useful information to get the maximum festival enjoyment...
Birmingham Pride is situated in the heart of the city's gay village...
looking for some accommodation over the weekend - here are a few suggestions...
need to get in touch with us - email the right person for your enquiry here...
Accessibility is essential for our disabled guests - so get the most out of Pride and check out our access information.
with one of the most vibrant gay scene in the UK check out the bars and clubs...
Ok, it may be Pride that you’re coming for, but you’ve still got to eat, drink and sleep (oh, and shop!). With that in mind, check out the information below, and have a great time in bostin’ Birmingham (as us Brummies might say!).
Birmingham has accommodation to suit every taste and budget, with the city centre providing more than 7,500 beds.
Whether it’s stunning views over the cityscape that you’re after, convenient access to the shops, or simply somewhere to rest your head, there’s something to appeal to everyoneIncluded among the places to stay is the brand new Hotel La Tour, just a 10 minute walk from the gay village. The Radisson Blu Hotel, conveniently situated just on the edge of the gay village, the Holiday Inn only a 3 minute walk from New Street Station and for those of you on a tight budget, check out the Ibis Budget Hotel from just £20 for a double room.
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT HOTELS IN BIRMINGHAM, visit: www.visitbirmingham.com/accommodation
Whether you’re looking for a quick snack or something more substantial, Birmingham offers lots of choice when it comes to eateries and cuisine.
The city centre boasts numerous high-profile restaurants and offers plenty of choice for anybody interested in Chinese, Indian, Italian, French, Spanish, South American and North American food.
If you fancy grabbing something to eat without venturing too far from the Gay Village and all the Pride action, then head for The Loft Lounge, Sidewalk or The Coffee Room - or even enjoy a snack at The Urban Kitchen.
There’s also a host of food outlets throughout the Pride festival site - many of which are offering healthy options.
One of the great add-on benefits of making the trip to Birmingham for the city’s Pride festival is the fantastic opportunity it provides to shop, shop, shop!
The Bullring complex is Europe’s biggest indoor shopping centre, and includes the architecturally stunning Selfridges store. In addition, the city centre offers a wide range of chic boutiques, vibrant markets - and the world-famous Jewellery Quarter. If that’s not enough, why not check out The Mailbox, home to the likes of Emporio Armani and Hugo Boss, or just take a wander around the city centre - you’ll be surprised what you might find.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CHECK OUT: www.visitbirmingham.com/shopping