Registered groups on the parade

We’ve had an amazing response to the parade. Over 50 groups have signed up to participate and there is still time to join in. Here’s the list so far.

  • Sheboom
  • LGBT Youth Scotland
  • Scottish Trans Community
  • Tay FM
  • Perth First Responders
  • Dundee Trades Union Council
  • HIV / Sexual Health Team NHS Tayside
  • Royal Mail
  • Relationship Sexual Health & Parenthood Young People’s Services (The WEB Project, Gowrie Care)
  • Dundee Methodist Church
  • BT PLC
  • Dundee University Students’ Association (Executive)
  • Scottish Government
  • Scottish LGBTI Police Association
  • Scottish Episcopal Youth – Brechin Diocese
  • Monifieth Amateur Dramatics
  • NHS and allies
  • Santander
  • Dundee Women’s Aid
  • Public and Commercial Services (PCS Union
  • Mindspace   recovery collage
  • Women’s Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre – Dundee & Angus
  • Socialist Party Scotland
  • Terrence Higgins Trust
  • Make That A Take Records
  • Sing it Sign it: Tayside’s Makaton Choir
  • Barclays
  • Dundee Frontrunners
  • The James Hutton Institute
  • Lou
  • Dundee Stars
  • Prospect Union
  • Dundee Frontrunners
  • Outskirtsocial
  • Tide Scotland
  • Cowdenbeath LGBT Group
  • Abertay LGBT+ society
  • Revels of Angus
  • Asda
  • Abertay University
  • Bingo wigs girls
  • Scottish Water LGBT and Allies
  • Food Not Bombs
  • Vegan Actions North East (VANE)
  • Industrial Workers of the World (Union)
  • Royal College of Nursing UK – Tayside Branch
  • Samaritans
  • Perthshire Pride
  • Scouts Scotland
  • Edinburgh Frontrunners

Dundee Pride’s headline acts announced

our headline acts

We’re excited to announce our three headline acts for the main Pride event in City Square from 13.00 on Saturday 22 September 2018.

Rainbow flag with black shapes on it. Behind three large shapes are the black and white photos of three music acts: Allan Jay, Rozalla and Sean Smith.

Join us on the day as we dance and get down to headliners Allan Jay, Rozalla and Sean Smith, alongside a great roster of local talent.

Allan Jay

Allan Jay is a Scottish recording artiste within the Dance Music Scene. Known for his powerful vocals and high energy performances he has performed across the world supporting such acts as Venga Boys, Shane Ward, Lucy Spraggen, Whigfield, Blue and S Club.


Rozalla Miller is a Zambian electronic music performer who has toured with Michael Jackson and whose huge hit Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good) is one of the biggest dance anthems of the nineties.

Sean Smith

Sean Smith was one half of Same Difference, who entered the fourth season of the The X Factor, mentored by Simon Cowell. They reached the final, eventually finishing third.