'Come Out for Change': Belfast prepares for Pride Parade

'Come Out for Change': Belfast prepares for Pride Parade

Revellers will take to the streets of Belfast later today for the city's Pride Parade.

The Belfast Pride Festival, with the theme of 'Come Out for Change', has seen over 100 events run across ten days.

The parade, which begins at 1pm this afternoon, is billed as the centrepiece.

It's the single biggest parade in the city.

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