Pride in London is an annual event that celebrates LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender +) individuals.

Around 30,000 people took part in the 2015 parade to show their support, and this year's event is set to be even bigger.

The event is held on Saturday June 25 this year, and includes loads of entertainment in Trafalgar Square as well as the annual parade .

READ MORE: LGBT+ flags raised in west London to remember Orlando Shooting victims

Events will take place from 12pm to 8pm in Trafalgar Square, with the parade taking place from 1pm to 4.30pm.

Here's the line-up and everything you need to know... But remember, more exciting acts are still to be announced, so keep an eye out on the Pride in London website for more information.

The LGBT+ flag was raised above Ealing Town Hall on Monday (July 13)

Pride in London 2016 line-up

12pm to 2pm

Michael Twaits; Vanity Von Glow; Taken; Musical Theatre performances from Kinky Boots, Heels of Glory, Rachel Weston and Lee Ormsby; Pride's Got Talent finalists including Sofia B, Henry Newbury, Roman Road, July Jones, and DopeboyLDN.

2pm to 4pm

Heather Peace; La Voix; Mzz Kimberley; Hot Heels; Pink Singers; Dan Koek featuring Deux Ailes Acrobats; Pride's Got Talent finalists including Stitch, Eleni C, Natalie Gray, and Office Girls ( a local band from Edgware ).

4pm to 6pm

Sean Miley Moore; Christina Novelli; London Gay Big Band; Pride's Got Talent winner 2015 Charley Monroe with Sinitta; Pride's Got Talent Runner Up Lascel Wood; Pride's Got Talent Winner 2016 Jack Feureisen.

6pm to 8pm

Beyoncé Experience; Velma Celli; 96OneDream; Gay Mens Dance Company featuring Jack Feureisen; Michael Twaits with La Voix and semi-finalists from Drag Idol.

8pm: Stage Closes

There will also be a one-minute silence in tribute to the 49 victims of a mass shooting in an LGBT+ bar in Orlando, Florida on Sunday (June 12). Timings of this are yet to be confirmed.

Pride in London 2015

Everything you need to know

Tickets: You don't need a ticket, but there is a suggested £3 donation on entry.

Age: Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Food and drink: There will be two bars and food stalls.

Accessibility: There will be a viewing platform and wheelchair recharging point at Trafalgar Square. There will be BSL interpretation, captioning and live subtitling. Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas. There are a small number of free accessible parking spaces.

There are also fully accessible and gender-neutral toilets in several locations in and around Trafalgar Square.

Filming: Organisers encourage you to take lots of photos, and tag them #PrideinTrafalgar @LondonLGBTPride.

Here are all the road closures in London that might affect you on the day.