Perform: Pride aLive Stage
Back for it's now 5th year is our Pride aLive stage. Featuring fantastic local artists and bands who are either friends, allies and supporters of, or who themselves identify as LGBT+. Throughout the day they will be performing a mix of their own original songs and popular tunes. We have a strong and vibrant music scene here in Reading with many bands and acts on the cusp of breaking into the professional industry. This stage showcases that talent and the generous support there is locally for LGBT+ and across all diversity.
We are once again partnering with Readipop, a local charity which uses music and arts to enrich lives, communities and the cultural landscape of Reading and the Thames Valley, working with everyone from vulnerable young people and older folk, to aspiring artists and musicians.
- Would you like to perform on the Pride aLive stage at this year's event?
- Are you a solo act or a band that performs predominantly original music?
- Do you perform your music live?
- Are you local to Reading and surrounding areas?
- Are you LGBT+ or an ally yourself?
- Then you could be in with a chance to perform.
The deadline for applications is 31st March 2023. Applications received after this date will not be accepted.
Previous acts who have performed include...
Dan Curtis, Sam & the Gang, Tara Deane, Any Baker Sound, Liam Barnes, Colours and Fires, Valeras, Mythhs, Eleanor Knight, Buildings on Fire, One Eyed Man, Cody Noon, Jamie Larbalestier, Swallow, Four Counties Kev, Amya Ray, Harry Jones, Ted Robinson, Amanda Andjelkovic, Harrowland, Reading Spring Gardens Brass Band, Indio Child, James Kell, Wherewithal, Andy Sugarcandy, Lisa Kenny, Hatty Taylor, Mother Pluckers, Nicole Allan, Lack of Faith, Gary Millard, Emily & Cray, Ray Wills, Beat Roots Drum Band, Jair, Midnight Drive and Riverine.