This year the annual Herts Pride festival is returning to Hertfordshire, with a bigger lineup of events than ever.
Herts Pride is a non-profit LGBTQ+ group which strives for the extinction of homophobia throughout society.
The event will be held at Cassiobury Park on Saturday 20th August between 12-10 PM. At the festival there will be a range of exciting stalls, fabulous catering, a main stage with a diverse mix of entertaining acts, and the return of “our legendary dog show”.
The event will all be run by volunteers, and so if you wish to cater, please visit https://www.hertspride.org/get-involved/catering/.
Last year also showed a significant uptake at the festival, with one attendee commenting how going to the Herts Pride Festival ‘was a reminder as to why it’s so needed for the community.
The prices are £13.75 for an adult, for a young person (13-17) £8.25, for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) it’s £29.98, and for seniors and the disabled, a ticket is £8.25. Under 16’s needs to be accompanied by an adult, and the volunteers suggest you arrive around 30 mins earlier, as the queues can get quite busy.
There’s car parking at numerous places, including: The Gade in Rosslyn Road (WD17 1PL), The Avenue in Hempstead Road (WD17 4NR), Watford Town Hall (WD17 3EX) and at the car park at Cassiobury Park. The cheapest one is Cassiobury Park, however, it’s the busiest, so get there in advance.