PRIDE Glasgow has announced its annual march dates.

The march will take place on August 17 and with the festival continuing until August 18, celebrating the 50th anniversary of New York's Stonewall Uprising, at the Riverside Museum.

It comes after the group had a major overhaul after fans were left disappointed with last year's festival.

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Chair Christopher Lang said: “It’s fair to say we’ve had a rough ride since last year’s event. However, we’ve listened, taken professional advice and we’re confident that we have a really excellent event for the LGBTQI+ community in Glasgow and further afield.

“The march will take place on the Saturday and the festival will take place on the concourse of the Riverside Museum over the weekend.

“There is something for everyone as always and we’re using our creativity to ensure there are plenty of photo opportunities which will be fun, but we’re also planning the safety and flow of the event to ensure a smooth running of the weekend.”

Tickets are now on sale via the website with an early bird rate of £8 until 11pm on Friday, 24 May, thereafter the price will increase to £10 per ticket.

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Those who were promised VIP tickets from last year, will receive an email shortly, and will have first refusal of the VIP packages for this year free of charge.

Only one day passes are available for this year's event.