SWINDON and Wiltshire Pride is back tomorrow and promises to be the biggest, brightest and liveliest yet.

The lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender festival will be staged in Old Town with Mica Paris set to headline alongside returning acts Sister Sister and Sam Wearing.

Now in its ninth year, the extravaganza celebrates diversity, tolerance and love. This inclusive ethos is reflected in this year’s theme: ‘Love for All.’

The event will kick off at 11.15am in the Town Gardens with the annual parade followed by a music until late into the night.

Pride first launched in Swindon in 2008 and the following year it was extended to include Wiltshire.

Since then it has grown in popularity to fill Swindon's Town Gardens with an explosion of colour and party atmosphere, centred around the Bowl stage.

Mica Paris follows in the footsteps of last year’s headline performers, Stooshe – the girl band of chart-topping Black Heart fame.

Other musicians set to rock up a storm this time around include Keri Whip, Jordan Adams, Walter Ego and Ren Steadman.

For more information about Swindon and Wiltshire Pride go to www.swindonwiltshirepride.co.uk