Bristol Pride: Natalie Imbruglia announced for 2023 Bristol Pride Festival - when is it?

Singing star Natalie Imbruglia has been announced for the 2023 Bristol Pride festival.
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Natalie Imbruglia will be taking to the main stage for the Bristol Pride Festival’s first ever ‘Afternoon Legends’ slot. The singer will join other big names including Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears who will headline the festival.

One of Australia’s most loved pop artists, Natalie Imbruglia’s chart-topping smash hit ‘Torn’ boasts over 500 million Spotify streams. The star has released six studio albums, her most recent being ‘Firebird’ in 2021.

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Imbruglia has won eight Aria’s, two Brit Awards, a Billboard Music Award and received three Grammy Nominations. Most recently she also won the third season of The Masked Singer, UK.

Last year’s Bristol Pride Festival attracted more than 40,000 people and went on to win ‘Best Event’ in this year’s Bristol Pride Life Awards. More names now added to this year’s show include 5Star lead singer Denise Pearson, live dance band Rhythm of the 90s, the incredible Dolly Parton Experience, uplifting local choir Sing Out Bristol, and art-pop performer Newtion.

Other acts already announced include Girls Aloud Star Nadine Coyle, 90s dance sensation Alison Limerick, ‘Hypnotized’ singer Sophie and the Giants and Brit award nominee Ladyhawke. Daryn Carter MBE, Director of Programming and Partnerships, said:

“We’re so excited to reveal our 2023 Mainstage lineup and I’m so proud of all the acts performing at this year’s event. Having an international icon such as Natalie Imbruglia is going to be a very special and unifying moment for the crowds and along with Jake Shears, we have a host of incredible performances planned for this year across five stages as we also champion incredible local talent for the festival on The Downs.”

When is Bristol Pride 2023 Festival? 

The Bristol Pride 2023 festival will take place on Saturday July 8 at The Downs.

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