About this Form
Manchester Pride is delighted to announce a new Low Income Ticket for Greater Manchester Residents. The Low Income Ticket Programme offers a reduced ticket price of 50%. They will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis and they will be on sale until 30th June 2021 or until they have sold out.
Important: due to having a limited number of Low Income Tickets available, this programme is restricted to residents of Greater Manchester only, on a basis of 1 ticket per application. Please note that these tickets are limited and completion of this form does not guarantee you have a low income ticket, you may be placed on a wait list.
Please feel free to contact the Manchester Pride Events Team at any time from now until the event. As we are currently working from home there may be a short delay in getting back to you, so we thank you for your patience.
You can contact the Manchester Pride Events Team by:
Leaving a voice message on 0161 831 7700
The following Low Income tickets have now sold out:
Gay Village Party - Weekend
Rainbow Pass - Saturday
Rainbow Pass - Weekend
Please note that if you select one of these ticket types in the next section, you will automatically be added to the waiting list.
Step one: Decide which parts of the festival you want to attend. Check out our website for the different options! *
Step two: Complete this form and upload your supporting evidence.
Step three: Manchester Pride will reply within 10 days with the outcome of your application.
Step four: Accepted applicants will receive a unique link for a Low-income ticket.
Step five: You will then have 14 days to complete the purchase of your Low-Income Ticket before the link expires. These tickets are non-transferable.
* Currently sold out: GVP weekend, Rainbow Pass Saturday and weekend
Please upload a scanned copy or a picture from your mobile device of your evidence to this form. We should be able to see at least one recent payment amount you have received, however do feel free to block out any other information.
To be eligible for the Low Income Ticket Programme you must be able to supply one of the following documentation dated within the past 12 months, or with a valid date covering the event. You will also need to provide proof of address:
Working Tax Credit
Job Seekers Allowance (JSA)
Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
We appreciate that some people on a low income may not receive one of the State Benefits listed above, so we suggest that anything below an annual Full-Time salary of £16,000, which approximately equates to the UK Living Wage, could be considered a low income. Please contact us directly to discuss as each case will be looked at on an individual basis.
Please note that this programme is not available to those people who are employed under the COVID-19 Job Retention Scheme or on part-time or full-time furlough.