What to expect at this year’s Cape Town Pride

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Cape Town Pride returns to the city this March, promising a vibrant kaleidoscope of color, thrills and excitement.

Leading up to the Cape Town Pride parade, organizers held various events around the city, including a hike, a Pets for Pride walk and a drag brunch.


Cape Town Pride aims to raise awareness of LGBTQI+ issues and campaign for the freedoms that enable individuals to live truly equal lives. It celebrates people of all races, beliefs, abilities and sexualities, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, asexual, queer, questioning, intersex, trans, genderqueer, gender variant, non-binary individuals, as well as heterosexual allies and cis.

What to expect

The parade takes place on March 2, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. The parade starts at 11am on Alfred St, at the intersection with Prestwich St in De Waterkant.

The procession will be led by Mr. and Miss Cape Town Pride, followed by the ever-popular Ride with Pride bikers and an assortment of skateboarders and rollerbladers.

Once the parade reaches Somerset Road, it will stop briefly at the Rainbow Crossing for the official ribbon cutting before the parade begins. It will continue along Somerset Road and Main Road through Green Point, ending at the Green Point A Trail.

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Cape Town Pride Mardi Gras

Pride Mardi Gras will take place after the Pride Parade. This year’s event features an incredible lineup of talent performing on the Pride stage, including Manila von Teez, Jarrad Ricketts, Emogen Moore, The Trans-formers, Belinda Qaqamba Ka-Fassie and drag king troupe Kings Colab. Stella Rosé will make her stage debut, joined by Village People Experience.

The event also includes Stike a Pose, featuring Cape Town’s Vogue Houses on the catwalk. Entertainment for the day will be hosted by MC Naythan Kayser and Tollie Parton. DJs Kixi, PJ Smith and Archie will bring the party to life.

Food stalls, a village market, a shisha bar, a photo booth and other exciting entertainment options await attendees.

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Contact details

Tickets cost from R60. No tickets will be available at the door. Buy your tickets here: https://bit.ly/48x44hF Visit www.cptpride.org

The post office What to expect at this year’s Cape Town Pride first appeared on Tourism in Cape Town.

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