Grampian Pride announces this year’s headliners

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Grampian Pride has announced their headliners for their second pride event.  

The event will take place on May 25th and will once again feature a parade through the city centre and a village on Queen’s Links. 

This year's headliners are Booty Luv and Rozalla. Booty Luv shot to fame in 2006 with their song “Boogie 2nite”, which peaked at number two on the UK charts. The dance group also saw commercial success through their song “Shine”, they went on to have three more top 20 singles.  

Nineties star Rozalla was particularly popular in the night clubs of the decade with her hit “Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good)”. Her other hits include “Faith" and “Are You Ready to Fly”. 

Grampian Pride Event Manager, Deejay Bullock, said "I am thrilled that both Rozalla and Booty Luv have agreed to headline Grampian Pride 2019.  

“We promised this year was going to be bigger and better and with 4 headliners on the main stage, Booty Luv, Rozalla, Lynx – Random Order and the winner(s) of Grampian’s Got Talent, which will be decided on 24th March, the line-up is going to be amazing." 

There are more local performers and artists to be announced. 

Grampian Pride are still looking for volunteers and sponsors, to sign up to help or for event tickets head over to http://www.grampianpride.org/  

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