Organizers behind Glasgow’s Pride March have unveiled the route ahead of this weekend’s celebrations.
For the first time in two years, LGBT + communities will unite on Saturday to continue the fight for equality around the world.
The event was canceled last year due to Covid 19 – a blow to attendees marking the 50th anniversary of the Pride March 2020.
Now, the owners of Mardi Gla have revealed that the parade will start at 1pm from the Festival Park and make its way across the Clyde River.
As it makes its way around the city center, it will stop outside the mood headquarters at Brown St. as the Navy, Army and RAF seek to lift the ban on LGBT + people serving their country. The rainbow flag has been raised at the age of 21.
The march will then continue to George Square, where people will be seen hoisting high flags at the city chambers following instructions from Glasgow’s Lord Provost Philip Brett.
Shops and businesses along the way also plan to fly flags to show support for LGBT + employees and consumers.
“We are delighted to be able to facilitate the Pride March this year, given the ongoing challenges of epidemics,” said Juan McLeod, Executive Director of Mardi Gla.
“After working with our partners in Glasgow City. Council And public agencies, we are clear that we are marching for a safe safe march.
“While the March Quaid will be only one-third of its normal size due to the reduction, we know that people will have a great time and thousands of people will be on the way to offer help to our communities. That LGBT + people There were more than 1,600 hate crimes against him. Scotland last year.”
Participants in the parade are required to take a lateral flu test the day before or in the morning.
As many as 10,000 marchers marched from Calvin Grove Park to George Square in 2019 to celebrate gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, non-binary and bizarre social and self-acceptance, achievement, legal rights and pride. ۔
In 2020, – as part of the epidemic response – Lasgo’s Pride joined other groups for a special online Global Pride, which had 57 million viewers. Worldwide.