Netta Barzilai will perform on Saturday July 2 in London at Trafalguare Square for Pride Month. Pride in London is an annual LGBT festival and parade held each summer in London, the capital of the United Kingdom. It celebrates the diversity of LGBTQ communities with the colorful Pride in London parade, as well as free festive events that take place in Trafalgar Square. This event brings together thousands of people every year!
Pride In London 2022
Pride In London attracts around 1.5 million visitors to the city. The events and location of the festival in London vary each year, but the Parade is the only annual event to close London’s iconic Oxford Street. It is the 7th largest LGBT+ event in the world and the largest Gay Pride Parade ever held in the UK.
As well as a stunning performance by Ava Max, the Trafalgar Square stage will host singing legend Emeli Sandé, pop and soul icon Samantha Mumba and Hollywood actress and singer of Long Hot Summer Kat Graham. Entertaining parade-goers include RuPaul’s Drag Race UK winners The Vivienne and Lawrence Chaney and fan favorites Tia Kofi and Victoria Scone.
Having already appeared on the Chicago Pride Fest stage on Saturday June 18, Netta returns to London on July 2. She says: “I’m so honored to join this celebration of PRIDE!!” 🏳️🌈
Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst has previously performed and headlined Pride London in 2014. Moreover, a Saara Aalto hit was also named Pride London’s official song “Dance Like Nobody’s Watching”.
News from Netta
Recognized as a pioneering innovator in the world of offbeat pop, Netta won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2018 with her song “Toy”. The song has over 150 million views on YouTube alone and has become a TikTok trend.
At the beginning of the year, Netta led us into the life of a “CEO”. With 7.8 million views since last October, the boss of Eurovision 2018 edition is in its best rise!
Thus, Netta released her new single “I Love My Nails” last April. The official video has already more than 1.7 million views.
Having been a hit on TikTok before its release, the song is about self-acceptance. Indeed, through her metaphor of her passion for her nails, Netta explains the importance of the things in our lives that remind us of who we are.
You can listen to it below:
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