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Hastings Pride

Celebrating diversity which makes us all unique and special

Sunday 27 August - parade starts at 11am; festival begins at 12.30pm at The Oval (off Falaise Road TN34 1EU)

Stooshe

Stooshe were previously nominated for Best British single with 'Blackheart' at the Brits, Best newcomer for MOBO's as well as nominations for Best Group, Best Breakthrough and two nominations for best video with 'Blackheart' and 'Love Me' at the 4Music Video Honours.

They will perform their hit 'Let it Go' and a song chosen by them from 1967!

The Doors

This band recreate the sound, look, presence and magic of a real 1960's Doors concert.  Transporting the audience back in time with classic hits such as 'Light my Fire', 'When the Music's Over', 'Riders on the Storm', 'The End' and many more.

Tim Arnold

Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, film-maker and activist; Tim Arnold is a maverick solo artist whose work stretches the imagination and defies category.  His music has been compared to David Bowie, Pete Townshend and Ray Davies.

Alibi

Widely considered to be one of the best up and coming bands in Hastings. Alibi - have recently featured on BBC Introducing The South with their track "Space Man" which went on to be played on BBC Radio 1 during Huw Stephens' show.

Kid Kapichi

Kid Kapichi are a 4 piece guitar band from Hastings and have been working hard for most of 2017 on the release of their first EP.  They give a great stage presence with a post punk, indie sound mix.

Someone Anyone

A local up and coming talent.  They have been a band for over a year bringing together soul, jazz and sounds of the 80's.

Pride Week Events from 20-26 August

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Historic Itinerary

Historic Itinerary

Divide your day between the two major sites bound up with the history of the Norman Invasion - Battle and Hastings.  William marched first...