Isle of Wight’s first ever LGBT+ Pride event sells out!

There is still chance to get close up and involved by purchasing one of the very few VIP tickets left!

♦ To buy a drink you have to show photographic ID

♦ Be a volunteer on the day to get a free ticket, click here:

If you haven’t already got your free ticket to attend IOW Pride on Saturday, July 15 in Ryde, you have missed out on the free ticket allocation.

Due to licensing restrictions, the total number of attendees with access to the Pride site is limited to 4,999 and this target has now been reached!

Do not turn up on the day without a ticket as you will not be able to gain entry to the festival site. A challenge 25 policy will be in place throughout the event so make sure you have photo ID with you.

The only way to be able to attend the main event on Harbour Beach at the Pride Festival site is to buy one of the very limited VIP tickets which are remaining.

To purchase VIP tickets online, click here:

There are only a handful left and when they are gone, the only other way to gain access to the Festival site is to be a Pride Volunteer!

Everyone with or without tickets is welcome to watch the Pride Parade which will pass through Ryde town centre at 11am on Saturday, July 15 and then those without tickets to the Festival site will be able to enjoy the many bars in Ryde who will be joining in the festival atmosphere to celebrate this inaugural event!

There are a few tickets left for the official after party at the Balcony where the Freemasons and Alex Baker will be DJing. To purchase tickets online, click here:

Matt Bundy from TeamPride, said: “We are absolutely overwhelmed with the amazing support shown for the Islands first ever LGBT+ Pride event. We really hope as many people come and cheer on the Parade and join in the party atmosphere and find out something new about the community on the Island and join people who truly believe that LoveWins”

Yve White from TeamPride, added: “We could not have done all of this without some amazing support from lots of special people. This has been organised by a team of volunteers who have worked tirelessly to ensure that the event runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible so that everybody goes away with a smile on their face.”

For more information about Isle Of Wight Pride, click here:

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