It is the largest Pride Festival held in Scotland. Typically around 5, people take part in the parade element of Glasgow Pride each year, with around 50, attending in total. Pride Glasgow was established in as Pride Scotia Glasgow. But in , the Glasgow arm of Pride Scotia announced it was splitting completely, and has since used the name Pride Glasgow.
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As well as including an incredible Pride Parade, the Glasgow Gay Pride hosts a two-day music festival, which welcomes loads of live entertainment and plenty of pride revelry. Pride Glasgow first started in , and since then it has evolved into a much-loved annual event that brings this Scottish city out in loads of color. Expect to see lots of sexy Scottish guys in kilts! For , Glasgow Pride will honor 50 years since the Stonewall Uprising by adopting the theme, Stonewall The colorful parade will transpire on Saturday, August 17, and travel through the city streets. Last year, roughly 13, people took part in the march so we are sure that will be just as big!
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Ms Sturgeon, who has been a vocal critic of Mr Trump, was named honorary grand marshal for the event in recognition of her long-standing support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex LGBT issues. Wearing a t-shirt with a rainbow-coloured "choose love" logo, she headed up the Glasgow Pride march as it left the city's Clyde Place, alongside Suki Wan, chair of the Scottish Youth Parliament. Proud to lead this massive prideglasgow march today - celebrating and reaffirming the values of tolerance, diversity, equality, love and respect.