Brighton Pride now includes a parade through the streets from the seafront, ending at Preston Park where there is a festival. In 2000 two rival organisations competed to run Pride: the existing Brighton Pride organisation was successfully challenged by Pride 2000, led by Nimrod Ping. The organisation running Brighton Pride for a number of years (Pride Southeast Limited) has been a registered charity since 2004. The festival had historically been free, but it was decided to charge admission for the first time in 2011.
For 2012 Pride Southeast Limited proposed to put on only a festival and no parade, but this was rejected by the City Council. Instead, the Council appointed a new company, Pride Brighton and Hove, to run the event, including both a parade and a festival.
Brighton Winter Pride has been held in February or March since 2005.
Brighton Doggy Pride takes place in July.
- http://www.brightonpride.org/news.php?id=292 About Pride in Brighton and Hove
- Janet Cameron, LGBT Brighton and Hove Chapters 26 and 31
- Pink News 'Brighton Pride has just been cancelled due to coronavirus crisis' 3 April 2020
- http://www.brightonpride.org/news.php?id=292 Official press release
- http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/9565119.Brighton_Pride_bid_set_for_rejection/ The Argus, 1 March 2012
- http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2012/03/07/brighton-pride-2012-confirmed/ Report in Pink News
- http://brighton-pride.org/event.php?id=1363446034. Accessed: 2013-05-25. (Archived by WebCite® at http://www.webcitation.org/6GspK6LHa)