Massive girl band confirmed to headline Brighton Pride this summer
Posted by  badge Boss on Feb 29
This year is going to be an absolute corker of a Brighton Pride (Picture: Supplied)

In news the country didn’t know we needed but desperately did, are headlining 2024.

The Sound of the Underground hitmakers will headline at on Saturday 3rd August, with icon Mika taking the Sunday top spot.

, , and will be bringing their most beloved bangers to the annual LGBTQ+ pride event, including Sound of the Underground, Love Machine, The Promise, Jump, Call the Shots, and Something Kind of Ooh.

Billy Porter will be delivering disco to the park, and Sophie Ellis Bextor will no doubt get the crowds going with her 2001 hit Murder on the Dancefloor, made popular once again .

London’s Gospel Choir and drag artist Kevin Avciance will be warming up the stage on the Saturday too.

But don’t shake off your biodegradable glitter too quickly, as the Sunday will see Grace Kelly hitmaker Mika perform his biggest pop anthems including Love Today, Big Girl (You are Beautiful), Happy Ending, Lollipop, and We Are Golden.

It’s here, people (Picture: Supplied)
It’s the sound of… Girls Aloud (Picture: Supplied)

If that wasn’t enough, S Club will be making an appearance to get the party going with their legendary, feel-good classics. Let’s just say there ain’t no party like an S Club party.

Icon alert, as Gabrielle will also bring her nostalgic Dreams to the stage, while Abba tribute band Björn Again will be bringing the vibes in the afternoon with the help of Danny Beard.

Other stages will also see the likes of Peaches, DJ Fat Tony, Beth McCarthy, Princess Superstar, DJ Paulette, Lynks, and Horse Meat Disco entertain the crowds, with more acts to be announced in due course.

Girls Aloud arewith a massive arena tour aged 39 in September 2021.

Mika will be headlining on the Sunday (Picture: Supplied)
S Club are the special guests on the Sunday (Picture: Supplied)
Sophie Ellis-Bextor will also be making an appearance.. (Picture: Supplied)

Likewise, it will be an emotional moment for S Club – now made up of Rachel Stevens, Tina Barrett, Jon Lee, Jo O’Meara and Bradley McIntosh – who when he died of heart-related issues.

In both instances, their deaths came amid planned comebacks. Girls Aloud were said to have been planning a 20th anniversary tour when Harding was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Likewise, S Club were rearing to go for their reunion tour, doing press and making announcements, when Cattermole’s unexpected death shocked the music world.

Opening under the theme of ‘joy’ Brighton Pride will also see its annual parade wind through the streets in magnificent style, showcasing 100 charities, community groups, and small businesses.

Having celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, Brighton and Hove Pride’s ethos is to promote diversity, inclusion and education, while raising funds for the local LGBTQ+ community and projects.

Brighton Pride’s Fabuloso Fundraiser Event will take place on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 August.