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Whether you want to volunteer, showcase your business at one of our Pride events, or even take to the stage, you can be part of Pride 2024.

Want to
be part of Pride 2024

There are loads of ways that you can take part in Pride 2024. Whether you fancy having a stall to showcase your work or products, have a skill you want to show off on one of our stages, or just want to help out by volunteering, you can. Get in touch with us for more information on how you can take part.

Grab yourself
a stall

If you have a fancy product you want to sell, or if you want to provide a catering service during the festival, all you need to do is get in touch by filling in our form below. One of your trustees will get right back to you with all the information you need. You may be interested in our. Stalls & Catering FAQS section below .

Are you a performer?

Whether it's comedy, singing or a circus act (or anything in between), you could be a perfect performer for Pride 2024. We already have an incredible lineup of local performers, but there’s always room for more. If you want to strut your stuff on our Community Stage, then get in contact. Fill out the form below and someone will be in touch.

Want to volunteer?

Helping out at Pride is something to be proud of. Without our amazing volunteers, our celebration of diversity and inclusion simply couldn’t happen. If you want to take part in something fabulous you can read more about it on our FAQ page, or simply contact us to express your interest and learn more about our volunteer buddy program. See our volunteers page.


What type of stalls will be at Pride?

There is a healthy mix of souvenir, partners and charities. 

How much does it cost to have a stall or a catering space at Pride?

Please click on the relevant button below, and you will see relevant prices. Please complete the online forms and the relevant trustee will be in touch with you. 

What day/time do we need to set up/take down?

Set up times vary for each discipline (Information Stall, Traders, Community Village and Caterers) Details are contained in the link once you click on the button.

How can I have a stall at Pride?

Please use the button below, complete the form and the relevant trustee will be in touch soon.

Can I bring a vehicle as a stall holder?

Yes, depending on what stall you have. We have various arrangements. Some types of stalls will be allowed vehicular access for the whole festival (caterers for example) and some will need to drop off and then leave, we do have off site parking available. Full details will be provided.

What type of food will be available at Pride?

 In the past we have had a wide mix - in 2023 for example, we had pizza, ice cream, chicken, sausages & chips! In 2024 we want to make sure we have options for a variety of dietary requirements.
We don’t want the usual food that you can grab on the high street. We've got a lot of veggies and vegans to feed, so bring along your plant-powered dishes. Sweet treats are always welcome, be it an ice cream van, waffle wagon or milkshake machine - we would love to hear from you!

Can we bring our own food/drinks?

There will be catering vehicles on site, however should you wish to bring your own ‘picnic’, this is permitted. No alcohol or take-aways are permitted.

How can I cater at Pride?

Please use the button below, complete the form and the relevant trustee will be in touch soon.

Do you ensure everything is sustainable?

Yes, we are bringing in new rules this year for all stalls. Power will only be provided by us (including solar) You will be expected to use sustainable products.

Do I need to provide floor coverings for my stall?


Get involved.

It's easy to apply for a stall or catering stall, click the relevant button and complete the form, a trustee will be in touch soon.


How can I apply to be on the Community Stage?

You can apply by clicking the button below and completing the form. You will need to enter your contact details (name, email address and contact phone number). We would also like to know what your act is and add any videos, clips and/or links for us to get a general idea of the nature of your talent.

What day does the Community Stage run?

The community stage runs on Friday 5th July & Saturday 6th July 2023, from 12-7pm.

Do you pay acts?

The Community Stage does not pay as it is a platform to showcase upcoming artists talents local to Dorset. Not only will this give you a huge audience to perform in front of, but it is great experience to work such a huge crowd with other budding artists. 

What acts are on the Community Stage?

We encourage (and would really love to showcase) ALL the entertainers, with whatever skill set they have, to apply for the Community Stage.
Singers composers, dancers, comedians, jugglers, spoken word poets, drag artists, magicians, to name but a few. The stage is all encompassing, you just have to be local to Dorset.

How long is a set for each act?

Each artist will be given between 10-15 minutes to perform, depending on how long it takes to set up the stage for the artist and their requirements (keyboards, props, equipment).

Perform with us.

Use the button to apply to be on the Community Stage, a relevant trustee will be in touch soon.

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