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IrelandDublin Pride 2019: Weather forecast, parade start time, road closures and all you need to know

14:50  28 june  2019
14:50  28 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

Everything you need to know about Dublin Pride 2019

Everything you need to know about Dublin Pride 2019 Everything you need to know about Dublin Pride 2019

The parade itself will take place tomorrow and will start from the Garden of Remembrance and march to Merrion Square. The Dublin LGBTQ Pride Parade is a free public event and it is supported by Dublin City Council. As it is fast approaching, here are the 10 things you need to know before Pride

Esther O'Moore Donohoe looks at times , the parade route and road closures for this year's Dublin Pride Festival. Dublin Pride Parade 2019 takes place on Saturday 29th of June in Dublin city centre. If you ’re taking part in events or just want to know how to plan your day and get around the

Dublin Pride 2019: Weather forecast, parade start time, road closures and all you need to know © Brian Lawless/PA Wire People take part in the Pride Parade in Dublin. Picture date: Saturday June 30, 2018. See PA story IRISH Pride. Photo credit should read: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Dublin Pride starts this weekend and we've got the guide for you.

The parade itself will take place tomorrow and will start from the Garden of Remembrance and march to Merrion Square.

The Dublin LGBTQ Pride Parade is a free public event and it is supported by Dublin City Council.

As it is fast approaching, here are the 10 things you need to know before Pride this year.

1. The typical Irish weather

Temperatures are expected to reach up to 26C in parts of the country with a few thundery downpours hitting Dublin.

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The parade starts at Parnell Square before weaving its way down O'Connell Street, across O'Connell Bridge, onto College Green before heading up Dame Street and finishing on Cuffe Street - here's all you need to know . More Dublin road closures kick in from 4.30am on the big day.

It is advised to check the forecast again before heading out the door to ensure you’re full prepped for the day ahead.

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2. What to wear on the day

Due to the weather being very mixed tomorrow, you should dress to suit this but also in a way that expresses the meaning of Pride.

Pride is full of colour and costumes but they can take a hit due to rainy weather.

Ensure you are dressed weather appropriately so the rain doesn’t put a dampener on your day and remember that you can always use your rainbow flag to cover your head.

It should also be noted that as you’ll may be walking or watching the parade, make sure you’re in comfy footwear to avoid pain when you get home.

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Dublin Pride 2019: Weather forecast, parade start time, road closures and all you need to know

3. What to bring with you

Although there will be rain, the sun will be shining and the temperature will be high so it is advised to bring suncream, glasses, hats and lots of water to avoid sunburn and dehydration.

Treat this like any other day in the sun and keep topping up on your sunscreen and keep fresh and nourished.

Dublin Pride 2019: Weather forecast, parade start time, road closures and all you need to know © Collins Photos Dublin’s LGBTQ community and supporters in Smithfield Square at the end of the Gay Pride Parade in 2017

4. Speaking of staying nourished, don’t forget to eat

These types of events have so much going on and can be a whirlwind that often eating seems unimportant.

There are plenty of food stalls and stands around the city as well as restaurants and cafes to stop at and grab something quick to keep you going.

5. What roads will be closed?

Parnell Square East & North, Frederick Street North and Cavendish Row will be temporarily closed from 9am to 4pm.

Merrion Square East and South, Fitzwilliam Street Lower, Mount Street Upper and Mount Street Crescent will be closed from 6am to 10pm during the parade.

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Pedestrian and local access will be maintained and traffic diversions will be in place.

It is strongly advised to use public transport when attending the events as traffic diversions will make it more difficult to get around the city.

6. What time does it start?

The parade starts at 1pm and 7,000 people and parade floats will lead it through the city along with marching bands, colourful costumes and lots of noise.

The parade is described on their website as “a celebration of diversity and inclusion,  a celebration of LGBTQ+ people and families and their friends and families and allies”.

Dublin Pride 2019: Weather forecast, parade start time, road closures and all you need to know © Stephen Collins/Collins Photos Dublin Pride 2014

7. Where does the parade go?

The parade itself will take place on Saturday June 29 and will start from the Garden of Remembrance and will march to Merrion Square.

The parade will end with Pride Village, a free outdoor event in Merrion Square which runs until 6pm after passing Liberty Hall where the first LGBT+ rights event took place in 1983.

8. All the other events that are going on

If you fancy staying for the party, there is an organised Pride Block party which is a ticketed event and it is advised to book tickets in advance.

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There are a number of events taking place other than the parade itself and these kick off between June 20 and 30.

Over the coming weekend there are a range of different events around the city from football matches to speed friending to a Pride run, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Over the following week events are non stop with historic tours, art shows and mental health meetings.

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9. How much is Pride and what age do I have to be?

The Dublin LGBTQ Pride Parade is a free public event and only the other costs will include food, drink and after parties.

There are no age restrictions at Pride and everyone is welcome but it is advised that young children are supervised at all times.

10. It's all about respect

Due to the nature of the event it is urged that all attending remember why they are here.

It is encouraged that everyone who does not identify as LGBTQ attends the event peacefully and respectfully but also enjoys themselves.

Pride is a celebration of this community and that message must be remembered by all attending.

This is the first year that the Garda Representative Association will take part in Pride celebrations.

GRA President Jim Mulligan said: “The GRA is going through a period of change in which we are developing our capacity to take a more active role in promoting diversity and inclusion in our association, the Garda Siochána and in society generally.

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“Taking part in Dublin Pride for the first time in the history of our association is part of that. We are delighted, indeed privileged, to be involved in this very public display of solidarity and inclusion.

“Pride events throughout Ireland have grown to be a powerful force for positive change over the years. Dublin Pride is not just a landmark event in our capital city’s cultural calendar, it is also a powerful statement to the world that we are a diverse society."

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