Queen street theatre courtyard hosted the main event providing dancers, live musicians and food stalls creating a lively atmosphere for the whole family to enjoy.
Even through bad weather and heavy showers people’s spirits weren’t dampened, pride went underground to the basement stage and Cabaret bar were entertainment went on throughout the day.
Headlining events took place past 7:30, acts such as: Scandalous productions, Josh Jones and Queen tribute band Rock Q to keep festivities going into the night.
This year Huddersfield Student Union has collaborated with the Huddersfield LGBTQ+ community to make the event a success.
Tom Bowden, Community Officer at the Student Union and Pride Organiser said: “Pride has been a major success this year and the turnout has been amazing”
“We are hoping to work alongside the Huddersfield LGBTQ community to keep this going every year and delivering an event of this quality each year.”
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