FAMILIAR faces will be taking to the stage at Warwickshire Pride in Leamington at the weekend.
X Factor finalist Wagner, The Voice contestant Leticia George , and 90s dance music diva Angie Brown will be performing in the Pump Room Gardens on Saturday (July 4).
A family area with amusements, a pamper area, exotic animals from Grace’s Rest animal rescue shelter, psychic readings and bouncy castle nightclub are among some of the other entertainment on offer.
Warwickshire Pride is a celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) culture, but welcomes all people who want to join in with the celebrations from 11am to 7pm.
Organiser Daniel Browne has said: “My vision is to create Warwickshire’s most fabulous festival, where all people can come and celebrate our humanity while having a great day out.
“This year I’m thrilled to have Angie Brown and Letitia George on the lineup. Performers of their caliber and standing coming to Leamington to perform is a testament to the importance of this festival for the community.
“It’s going to be fun for all the family, and of course we will continue to celebrate LGBT culture in a positive, empowering way.”
An after party will take place at Eight Bar on High Street, with proceeds from party ticket sales going to Push Projects LGBTQ Youth Support charity.
Visit www.warwickshirepride.co.uk for more information.