We are fully committed to ensuring that Birmingham Pride is accessible to every visitor, all the time.

If you have any queries, or need assistance during your visit, just get in touch with a member of staff, who will be happy to help.



Birmingham Pride is accessible to wheelchair users.
Wheelchair users who have purchased a VIP or Premium Ticket will be able to admit one ticketed carer. The carer’s ticket must be applied for prior to the festival.


Assistance dogs are welcome at Birmingham Pride. However, we strongly recommend not exposing animals to any arenas that could be particularly noisy.


This year, Birmingham Pride is introducing registered signing interpreters on both the Virgin Trains Main Stage and the Los Angeles Cabaret Stage.


In the event of a medical emergency, please notify a member of security or any member of staff, a steward or festival volunteer that assistance is required.


You’ll find gender neutral wheelchair-accessible toilets throughout the festival site. See our Pride Map for details of the locations of the toilets.


It’s important to us that everyone visiting Birmingham Pride has the best possible experience from the moment they arrive in the city. For information on blue badge parking, public transport guides and more, visit:


There’s a huge choice of venues to visit throughout the Pride weekend. All of them have their own accessibility policy. Some offer elevators as well as ramps, disabled toilets and easy access to the outdoor and smoking areas. Please refer to each venue’s website for updated information on accessibility at their venue. Alternatively, give them a call directly to find out how they can assist you. A full list of ‘Gay Venues Supporting Pride’, with contact details, can be found at HERE