Pride in London is an annual parade that celebrates LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender +) individuals.
Around 30,000 people took part in 2015 parade to show their support, and this year's event is set to be even bigger.
The parade will take place on Saturday June 25, from 1pm-4.30pm.
There will be lots of road closures in place for the parade to pass through, mostly in the Westminster area. The last of the floats from the parade will finish at 6pm, and all roads should be open by 6.30pm.
Here's all the information on road closures you'll need.
The parade route begins in Baker Street and leaves at 1pm. It turns left into Oxford Street, past Selfridges, Bond Street Underground Station, and John Lewis. At Oxford Circus it turns right into Regent Street and continues down to Piccadilly Circus.
From there it heads down Lower Regent Street and into Waterloo Place, then left into Pall Mall, heading right into Cockspur Street and across the south-western end of Trafalgar Square.
It then turns into Whitehall, before finishing at Whitehall Place.
|Road||Closure Time||Anticipated Road Re-Opening|
|Pall Mall East||6am||6.30pm|
|Regent Street Southbound (between Langham Place and Oxford Street)||11am||6.30pm|
|Little Portland Street||11am||6.30pm|
|Great Castle Street||11am||6.30pm|
|John Princes Street||11am||6.30pm|
|Westbound outer closure at Tottenham Court Road||11am||6.30pm|
|Eastbound outer closures at Portman Street and Orchard Street||11am||6.30pm|
|Regent Street between Oxford Street and Piccadilly Circus||11am||6.30pm|
|Regent Street St James'||12pm||6.30pm|
|Piccadilly underpass (eastbound)||12pm||6.30pm|
|Car Charles II Street||12pm||6.30pm|
|Charing Cross Road (southbound)||12pm||6.30pm|
|St Martins Place||12pm||6.30pm|
|Northumberland Street and Villiers Street||12pm||6.30pm|
|Great Scotland Yard||12pm||6.30pm|
|Horse Guards Avenue||12pm||6.30pm|
For more information on Pride and things to do, or to donate or volunteer, head to the official Pride London website.