The line-up has been revealed for this years Liverpool Pride Festival. The event is back for the 8th timewith headliners being the city's own Atomic Kitten.
Also on the bill Kym Mazelle, Livin’ Joy, Marcus Collins, Austin Armacost, and band 5 to 5 from TV series Let It Shine.
The free festival takes place across two days – Saturday 29 July and Sunday 30 July in St George’s Quarter. It'll all kick off with a Pride march at 12pm the from St George’s Plateau.
Today Marie Causer led the fifth annual Pride parade through Liverpool.
She's the mother of teenager Michael Causer who was murdered six years ago for being gay.
He would be proud, she told us, to have such an incredible spectacle inspired by his memory.
Preparations are underway for this weekend's Liverpool pride event.
Its a celebration of the city's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender communities supporting the campaign for equality and acceptance for all.
Pride coincides every year with the anniversary of the murder of Michael Causer -- the victim of a homophobic attack in 2008.
This year's march will be led by Michael's parents ending up at the Pier Head.
Heather Small of M People has today joined the line up at the Liverpool Pride festival. The 90's chart topper will take to the Waterfront stage on Saturday 2 August as part of the ‘Glam Fairy Tales’ themed event and 5th Birthday.
Heather will join headline act Katy B along with 80s pop songstress Sonia on the Stanley Street stage. More acts are soon be announced.
The mother of a teenager from Merseyside who was murdered five years ago led today's Gay Pride in Liverpool.
18 year old Michael Causer was attacked in Huyton in 2008. His family believe it was because he was gay. Tens of thousands turned out for the parade. The annual event showcases the city's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender culture.
Thousands of people are parading through the centre of Liverpool for this years Pride event. The theme for this years celebration is Superheroes.
Thousands of people are gathering for the Liverpool Pride march. There are speeches at St George's Plateau, followed by a parade through the city centre to an afternoon of music at the Pier Head.