The main stage features non-stop acts throughout the day, including live music, drag, and cabaret, featuring numerous performers from the local community and the LGBTQ+ community.
After it recently took over B Radio to announce its headline act, Nadine Coyle, Reading Pride has now announced your hosts for the 2022 event.
Reading Pride founding member Jamie Wake will be among those leading proceedings.
Jamie has performed as Sue Panover on the cabaret scene, was crowned Mr. Leather UK in 2017, and is now the CEO of Club FOD, which provides a regular, dedicated safe space for members of the LGBTQ+ community in Reading.
He will also be joined by Dr. Bev, an internationally renowned drag act hailing from Cardiff, fresh from Pride events in Malta and Don caster.
Multi-award-winning drag artist, Drag Idol 2011 champion, and equality activist Son of a Tutu will also be bringing her edgy, acidic energy to the event.
Reading’s own drag darling and Pride mainstay Wilma Fingadoo will return to the event, with her cheeky, boundary-pushing performances firmly established as a pride favorite.
They will be joining Nadine Coyle, who has achieved 20 consecutive top ten singles in the UK, including four Number 1 singles, with Girls Aloud.
Her solo work includes a Number 1 EP on the iTunes charts.
Danny lampo a multi award-winning US-Based Ghanaian afrobeat/Afro pop Artiste is also booked to mount the stage at the READING Pride. Danny lampo is known for his marvelous performance and crowd controlling. He is one of the few Ghanaian artistes promoting Africa in the diaspora. He’s recent release Make We Enter which features artiste like Kwamz and Star Vicy is one of the biggest street Anthem in the UK.
He’ll be supported by Lolly, who returns from her popular performance at Reading Pride in 2021.
Rounding out the roster is Ring the Alarm, Carter the Bandit, Nicolette Street, Bentley Jones, Janethan, Sam Solace
Reading Pride’s Love Unites Festival 2022 takes place on Saturday, September 3, in King’s Meadow.
The parade will set off from Reading Station at 11.15am, arriving at the festival at approximately midday.
For more information, visit: www.readingpride.co.uk