Manchester Pride Festival is introducing a new Low Income Ticket for Greater Manchester Residents, reserved for participants on a limited income. The Low Income Ticket Programme offers a reduced ticket price of 50%. They will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis and they will be on sale until 30th June 2021 or until they have sold out. Please note the following Low Income Tickets are now sold out:
Gay Village Party - Weekend
Rainbow Pass - Saturday
Rainbow Pass - WeekendWho Can Apply?
To qualify for the Low Income Ticket Programme, you will need to provide evidence of one of the following and proof of your address:
Working Tax Credit
Job Seekers Allowance (JSA)
Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
We appreciate that some people on a low income may not receive one of the State Benefits listed above, so we suggest that anything below an annual Full Time salary of £16,000, which approximately equates to the UK Living Wage, could be considered a low income. Customers can contact us to discuss and each request will be looked at on an individual basis. How to Apply
Decide which tickets you would like - Low Income Tickets are available for MCR Pride Live Rainbow day and weekend passes, and Gay Village Party day and weekend tickets. One ticket per application.
Complete this form
and upload your supporting evidence. Manchester Pride will reply within 10 days with the outcome of the application.
Once your application has been approved, you will be emailed a unique ticket link to complete your purchase.
You will then have 14 days to complete the purchase of their Low Income Ticket before the link expires. These tickets are non transferable.Click here to compete your application
Applications will open from March 4th 2021.