Take a look through our FAQs to see if your questions have already been answered before reaching out to us to ask. If your question still isn’t answered, drop us a message on our socials!
ON THE DAY
Festival times will be confirmed soon. Keep an eye on our website and socials for more information.
Cardiff City Hall Lawns, right in front of the National Museum of Wales.
Yes, of course - the more the merrier! To ensure the health and safety of you and your little ones, please make sure you register your children when you register yourself, regardless of age.
Nope! The parade is totally free for individuals to walk in. If you can, we suggest making a £2 per person donation here, but this is voluntary. Donations raised will go towards supporting future parades and other Pride Cymru projects.
If you want to walk as an group (including as an organisation or business), you can find out information and costs here.
Of course! If your little ones are under 5 years old, just bring them along - they don’t need a ticket.
Children aged 5 to 14 will need a children’s ticket which can only be purchased alongside a full price adult ticket. Up to two children can enter with each adult. Buy your tickets here.
We don’t offer any family tickets but adults can buy up to 2 children’s tickets (5-14 years old) each when purchasing a full price ticket for themselves. Children under 5 can enter without a ticket. Buy your tickets here.
We don’t have weekend tickets for this year’s event, so if you want to come along to the events on both days please buy yourself a Saturday ticket and a Sunday ticket. Buy your tickets here.
So much! By purchasing a VIP bolt on ticket, you get access to the exclusive VIP area including seating (when available), prime view of the stage, complimentary use of the photobooth, access to fancy toilets, a selection of light snacks, AND a free drink on arrival! Buy your tickets here.
If you need a carer or Personal Assistant to accompany you during Pride Cymru 2022, please purchase an access ticket. Helen, our lovely Access Manager, will then be in touch to confirm your eligibility and to talk about your specific needs. If you need a mobility buggy, or you’d like to book disabled parking, Helen can sort that out for you.
You should have received your tickets via email within a couple of hours of buying them. If you don’t have it after this time, please check your spam/junk folders as some tickets end up there.
No, just make sure you have the ticket ready and downloaded on your phone and you’ll be good to go. Feel free to print your tickets if you prefer to have something physical, we’re happy either way!
Yes! However, these are subject to availability so we can’t guarantee entry. To save time, money and to make sure you get in on the day, we advise buying your tickets in advance. Click here to buy now.
No, your ticket only allows you to enter the event once, so once you leave the site you will not be able to re-enter. This is so we can maintain a safe number of people on site at all times, for your health and safety.
No, as long as you have a ticket, you can enter. However, once the ticket is scanned it can’t be reused so make sure everyone in your group uses their own ticket.
Yes, dogs are welcome to attend. Please be mindful that the site can be very loud and busy at times and while on site, you bear full responsibility for your dog.
Yes, you are welcome to bring food in. You can bring non-alcoholic drinks in, but only in sealed, plastic bottles. You will not be allowed in with any of the following items:
Your bags will be checked as you enter, so make sure you don’t have any of the above on you!
No, there isn’t, but we strongly recommend you pack as light as you can. Your bag will be searched before you come in so the smaller the bag, the quicker you’ll get into the event. No suitcases please!
Alcohol and drugs are 100% prohibited. Your bags will be searched on entry and any alcohol found will be confiscated. There will be bars on site where you can purchase drinks, but please drink responsibly. Anyone found with illegal substances will be refused entry with no refund.
Pride Cymru is a safe space and we ask everyone to be considerate of all attendees.
We are still putting the finishing touches on this year’s lineup, so make sure you follow our social media for announcements.
Pride Cymru is a safe space for our community to celebrate diversity and equality, and we expect attendees of all of our events to embrace and respect this. Violent, threatening, or offensive behaviour of any kind will not be tolerated whether it’s against staff, volunteers, parade participants, market stall holders, security personnel or members of the public.
We will not tolerate any individual or group engaged in offensive behaviour or using any signage targeting an individual on grounds of their sexuality, gender, gender identity, race, age, nationality, disability, appearance, religion or any other protected characteristic.
If you witness or are made aware of any incident or behaviour that goes against the expected behaviour set out above, please inform a member of security staff or one of our volunteers.
Anyone found to be harassing, being abusive or infringing on the bodily integrity of other participants or acting in a manner which goes against any of the above things that Pride Cymru stands for, will be asked to leave and, depending on the behaviour, may be referred to the police.
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