Birmingham Pride 2022: Lineup times for performers on Saturday & Sunday across all six stages

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Birmingham has a lively weekend coming up

Birmingham Pride is returning for its 25th celebration of diversity and equality. The fun starts on Saturday, including the incredible parade with more celebrations on Sunday with the city’s amazing LGBTQIA+ community.

Whether you’re part of the community or an ally, everyone is welcome to the landmark event. This will be the 25th anniversary of Pride in the city and it will take place on 24 and 25 September.

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So, be ready with your brightest and zanniest outfits to support diversity and inclusivity. You can do so by having a lot of fun at the two-day event.

There’s a huge line-up of events across different sites. The event is divided into the main stage, cabaret stage, dance arena, and future, community and Eden stages. Here is the full schedule:

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Saturday September 24

Main stage

1-4pm - Mantaraybryn, Nimmo, Sabrina Washington

4-6pm - Porij, Hungama

6-8pm - Darkoo, House gospel choir

8-10pm - Ella henderson, Regard

10pm-12am - Becky hill, Charlie Boon & Rileasa Slaves

Dance arena

1-4pm - Antonin KM

4-6pm - Gay Garrage, Mix-Stress

6-8pm - DJ Luck & MC Neat, Sunship

8-10pm - Joe Hunt, Kele Le Roc & Lisa Maffia, Just Soriah

10pm-12am - Sticky, Lilith

Cabaret stage

1-4pm - Sandra, Son of a Tutu, Done One

4-6pm - Unique 88, Ky Kelly, Lola Lasagne

6-8pm - Miss Penny, Lady ImeldA

8-10pm - Lady Bushra, Twiggy

10pm -12am - Kenya Knott, Danny Beard

Community Stage

1-4pm - Emlay Rajan, Joey Taylor, Joanne Swallows, Alisha Tryed, Blu Romantic, Ashley Marcs, Twiggy

4-6pm - Trisha, Daniel Day, Alanna Boden, Tristan Treble, Corey Cooper

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6-8pm - Cherub, Marty, Wild Vixen, Jay Andre, Jenna DaVinci, Yshee Black

8-10pm - Aleishas foxettes, Cairo Ali, Luci, Miss Minnie

10pm - 12am - Minxy group

Eden stage

1-4pm - Lee Anthony, Channel no.5

4-6pm - Trixie Lee

6-8pm - Jacquii Cann

8-10pm - Marie La Rae

10pm-12am - The D.E. Experience

Future stage

1-4pm - I’m not ok

4-6pm - Jason Kwan, 2000 & Late

6-8pm - Spent, Bambie Thug

8-10pm - Taahliah, Hannah Diamond

10pm-12am - DJ’s

Sunday September 25

Main stage

2-4pm - Sounds Queer, Toby Corton, DJ Ritu & Friends

4-6pm - Strike, Baby D, Phats & Small, N Trance

6-8pm - Livin Joy, Rozalla, S Club, Allstars, Tia Kofi

8-10pm - Mel C, Steps

10pm-12am - Paul Morrell

Dance arena

2-4pm - House mother, Yang

4-6pm - Jaye Ward, DJ Paulette

6-8pm - Kiddie Smile

8-10pm - Heidi

10pm-12am - Catz ‘n Dogz

Cabaret stage

2-4pm - Sandra, Will Power, Louis Cyfer,

4-6pm - YShee Black, Andy Crosby as Elton John, David Dale

6-8pm - Brenda Labeau, Rachel Hawnt as Cher

8-10pm - Fatt Butcher, Jodie Doody

10pm-12am - Vicky Jackson as P!nk, The D.E. Experience

Eden stage

2-4pm - Missie Jay

4-6pm - Annabelle Lecter

6-8pm - Snow White Trash

8-10pm - Terry Tour

10pm-12am - Fanny Burns

Future stage

2-4pm - Nick Charles

4-6pm - 44PB, Swagga

6-8pm - OYG, Wile Out

8-10pm - Keanan & Carter, Dreya Mac

10pm-12am - DJ’s

Community stage

2-4pm - Lea Martin, Sol Morgan, Drag Queen Story Hour, Glen Chevanne

4-6pm - Brum Bi Group, Harri Hooker Green, Jason Kwan, Twiggy, Ashleigh Marc

6-8pm - Kenya Knott, Delilah Lilac, Alesha Tryed, Virgo Andromeda, Dahlia Rivers, Donna Trump, Pork Pie

8-10pm - Janice, Annie Mal, Anna, Aindy, IBI Profane, Jelly

10pm-12am - Ester, Marty & Chreub

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