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Oxford Pride Day 2024

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Let’s unite under the rainbow flag and embrace the vibrant spirit of inclusivity at this year’s Oxford Pride Day.

This year brings you three live stages, an accessible viewing area in the Castle Quarter, and Paradise Square Gardens with live acts being broadcast on a big screen.

Pride Parade

March starts at 10:30 am sharp. Meet at Radcliffe Square (OX1 1BG). Sign in at the Oxford Pride Rainbow bus. Stewards should arrive at 9 am for a briefing, groups by 9:30 am, and the public from 10 am.

Pride Day Celebrations

12 noon – 10 pm at Oxford Castle Quarter (OX1 1AY), Leiden Square (OX1 1DN), and Paradise Gardens (OX1 1BE). Three live stages, an accessible viewing area, and live acts broadcast on a big screen!

Paradise Street Party

12 pm – 10 pm with a Cabaret Stage from 5:30 pm – 10 pm (OX1 1LD)

Official Pride After Party

9 pm – 6 am at The Plush Lounge.

8 June


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Wed 19 Jun 2024

Audi presents Wilderness is thrilled to unveil a brand new dance music venue, The Riddle, a mysterious creation from festival insiders Will Kayll and Jemima Howden.

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Wed 19 Jun 2024

From magical festivals and outdoor theatre, to a fun-filled day out for the whole family to enjoy, Sudeley Castle & Gardens is hosting an array of enchanting events this summer.

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Wed 19 Jun 2024

This summer, Waddesdon Manor will take a flight of fancy with a festival of feathered friends that promises to be fun for all the family.  

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Wed 12 Jun 2024

The challenges faced by refugees and asylum seekers based in Oxfordshire are to be brought to the fore by a new exhibition launching this week, ahead of Refugee Week which takes place from 17-23 June.