Celebrate the Isle of Wight LGBTQ+ community this July in Ryde, the home of Isle of Wight Pride.
On Saturday 20 July, follow the parade as it winds through the streets of the beautiful historic seaside town down to the beach - the only UK Pride held on a beach.
There’ll be plenty of entertainment, charity stalls, local traders, as well as food and drinks stands galore at this family-friendly event.
Make the most of the summer sun and soak up the atmosphere with 15,000 people celebrating equality, diversity and inclusion.
Discover Isle of Wight Pride
How do I get to Isle of Wight Pride?
If you’re local to the island, catch the train from Shanklin to Ryde Esplanade calling at Lake, Sandown, Brading, Smallbrook Junction and Ryde St Johns Road.
If you’re coming from mainland, the easiest way to get to Ryde is a train to Portsmouth. You can then catch the Wightlink catamaran from just outside Portsmouth Harbour station, which takes you to Ryde Pier Head station in about 20 minutes.
Things to do in the area
With so much to see and do on the Isle of Wight, why not take time off and make a holiday out of it? From the world-famous Needles to monkeys, head to our Isle of Wight page to find out what to do on the island.