BURY Pride is set to return in style at the end of the month and "promises to be bigger and better" than any of its previous events.
A day of music and entertainment has been lined up for Saturday, April 30 at the Castle Armoury Drill Hall in Bury town centre from 10am to 6pm.
Those attending will need tickets, which are free.
A host of performers will be taking to the stage.
Here is the timetable for acts:
10am to 12.30pm - performances from Kaya Pyzer, Vinnie Nicholls-Lee and the Gay Gordons.
1pm – Join the Walking Rainbow parade (sponsored by Business Lodge Bury), taking a route to The Rock shopping centre, past the Mill Gate, through Bury Market and Kay Gardens, past Bury Art Museum, up Silver Street and back to the Drill Hall.
2pm to 5.30pm - Performances on the Joshua Wilson and Dawn Fidler Main Stage from Hariana Grande, Be-Beyonce and Kaylie as Taylor Swift, all compered by resident drag queen the fabulous Vivienne Lynsey and BBC Radio Manchester’s Jsky.
12.30pm to 6pm - performances from the Stage of Bridget with Aunty Ginger, Viola Viagra, Tess, Kobrah, Actavia Estee and Scarlet Siren followed by the House of Bridget Kardi Lip Sync Competition from 6pm, plus after party.
More than 30 stalls from charities including the Bury LGBTQI+ forum, LGBT Foundation, as well as rainbow merchandise and glitter will also be on show.
For more information, and to get your free ticket, visit www.burypride.co.uk