Chichester's First Pride

12pm-6pm, Saturday 28th May

On the 28th of May 2022

We will debut our first annual ‘festival style’ Pride ticketed event in Chichester, to celebrate all those, past and present, that have been monumental in advocating LGBTQ+ rights.


Our ticketed, family-friendly festival-style event

will be open to all. Expect a fun, welcoming and safe environment, with incredible, diverse entertainment and award-winning acts, stalls, food and drink (including a licensed bar), fun & games for everyone to enjoy!



Confirmed Acts

Check out our entertainment for Chichester Pride 2022! From local cabaret to nation-wide popular drag acts, there is something for everyone! Additionally, a BSL drag queen will be on stage to provide extra support.


What To Expect


Award-Winning Entertainment

From incredible singers to award-winning entertainers and Drag Queens and Kings, to choirs, steel bands and more - we've got something for everyone.


We're committed to providing an inclusive environment for everyone - including children! You'll find a variety of activities available for them to enjoy such as a bouncy castle, climbing wall & martial arts classes!


Stalls, Food
& Drink

We've partnered with carefully chosen local businesses to offer you a variety of food, drink & goodies to browse & take home with you! Chichester College are also providing light bites & a fully licensed bar. Please bring ID with you.

Pride 2022 Sponsors

Thank you to all those who have sponsored Chichester Pride 2022

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Where To Find Us

Chichester Pride 2022 will be held at Chichester College, on the leafy college green and inside the main hall too. The college campus is accessible by car, train, bus and foot.

Westgate Fields, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1SB

On foot: 
Chichester College is accessible by foot or bicycle.

Visitors can walk down Swieqi Road to get directly to the reception entrance, or use the footpath around Westgate Fields (which also leads to and from the train and bus station). These footpaths are also bicycle friendly.

There are bike racks in the car park to lock up your bicycle.

Car parking will be free on the day, and there are blue badge/disable parking for those that need it. This is based on a first-come, first-served basis. If the car parking is full, there are plenty of alternative parking around the city centre.


Train & Bus

It's only a 5 minute walk from Chichester train and bus station to get to the campus. There are plenty of direct routes from local cities and towns. Please check your travel before the big day.