Brighton Pride is set to return for its 2023 edition later this summer, with hundreds of thousands of people expected to attend.

The celebration of the LGBTQ+ community in the city is considered to be the biggest pride event in the UK, with so much going on over the weekend.

From musical acts, to parties and parades there will be a whole lot to take in, so here's all you need to know for event.

All you need to know for Brighton Pride 2023

When is Brighton Pride 2023 taking place?

Brighton Pride 2023 will be officially taking place on the weekend of Saturday, August 5 and Sunday, August 6.

Brighton Pride 2023 tickets

There are no tickets to Brighton Pride generally, but to attend more specific parts of the event you will need one.

This will apply to the Fabuloso in The Park section at Preston Park where all the musical acts will be performing, as well as the Pride Village Party.

Tickets for those two sections can be found on the website here.

Brighton Pride 2023 campsite

If you want to get the true festival experience and sleep under the stars then the Brighton Pride campsite can help you out.

Located on Waterhall Road, you can book a plot for a tent or campervan at the website here.

What is the line-up for Brighton Pride 2023?

A whole host of huge names are scheduled for the Fabuloso in The Park event at Brighton Pride.

Black Eyed Peas, Zara Larsson, Confidence Man, Jax Jones, Bellah Mae, Dylan, The Blackmordia and Eurovision 2023 contestant Mae Muller will all be on the Main Stage on August 5.

Meanwhile, the names confirmed for the Main Stage on August 6 are Steps, Melanie C, Louise, The Vivienne, Harley Moon Kemp and B*Witched.

Of course, there are a whole load of other stages and tents where musicians and DJs will be performing across the weekend, with the names that are confirmed so far being available to see on the website here.

Brighton Pride 2023 parade details

The Brighton Pride Community Parade is set to take place on Saturday, August 5 with it starting at 11 am at Hove Lawns before finishing up at Preston Park for the Fabuloso in The Park event.

On the website, it says: "The Pride LGBTQ+ Community Parade is one of the undisputed highlights of the Brighton & Hove Pride weekend and is a glorious showcase of the city’s charities, community groups and small businesses as well as our invaluable emergency services, the NHS and statutory partners."

While organisers have opted to retain last year’s theme of Love, Protest and Unity for the parade, they have also added the “challenge”, encouraging people to “dare to be different”.

Brighton Pride 2023 travel details

Brighton Pride will see the city become very busy over the weekend, but there are several public transport links in place to get people to specific events.

The Metrobus special service 500 will provide frequent links between Preston Park, Old Steine and Kemp Town, while the Metrobus special service 600 will carry festival-goers staying at the Waterhall Campsite to and from Old Steine.

Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has also confirmed extra trains and carriages will be put on its services to and from Brighton over the weekend.

Event organisers have recommended festival goers should give themselves at least an hour to get to Brighton station from any of the festival sites.