After wowing the crowds at Brighton Pride 2018 with the Lynx Unity float, we knew expectations would be high in 2019.
Our only option was to do more: more glitter, more colour, and a LOT more Cher.
The Lynx Unity float featured passionate performers, simulated fireworks and a 30-foot rainbow, which shimmered against the sleek backdrop of the black float.
The crowds roared with appreciation at the appearance of our three lookalikes: drag queen Cher, drag king George Michael and Freddie Mercury. Local band The High Notes – crowd favourites in 2018 – returned to the Lynx Unity float for a second year.
To top it all off – and hitting the 80s theme hard – a fleet of professional roller dancers sailed alongside the float to electrify the crowds.
Lynx works in partnership with the Brighton Rainbow Fund, a Brighton and Hove based grant-giving fund for local LGBTQ+ and HIV/AIDS organisations.
“The roller skaters just did not stop!”