Almost 400,000 people made up Brighton Pride celebrations this weekend.
Estimates from Sussex Police and Brighton and Hove city council say Brighton Pride was the largest on record.
People at the Pride Festival and Pride Village Party reached 90,000.
With 300,000 participants and spectators at the Pride Community Parade.
Approximately 100,000 people came in to the city through Brighton station.
The day started with the arrival of the rainbow flag courtesy of the Princess of Wales’ Parachute Regiment, The Tigers, before the Pride Community Parade, departed Hove Lawns at 11am.
— The Tigers Para Team (@TigersFFT) August 5, 2017
Over 100 community groups, charities, sports groups, dance troupes, corporate partners, floats and walking groups paraded along the seafront.
The main stage in Preston Park hosted some big names including, Louisa Johnson and special guests Years & Years.
THANKYOU SO MUCH BRIGHTON !!! PRIDE IS THE REAL ONE !!!! YOU WERE SO AMAZINg WOW !!!!! https://t.co/EQpm5GcQgu
— Years & Years (@yearsandyears) August 5, 2017
Louisa Johnson smashed it on stage earlier! pic.twitter.com/2bwkbjbPui
— Brighton Pride (@PrideBrighton) August 5, 2017
The evening climaxed with a 90 minute show from the Pet Shop Boys with their full SUPER Tour stage set, lasers and costumes.
Last night was amazing at Brighton Pride. 40,000 in the audience (we were told) and such a wonderful atmosphere… (1/2) pic.twitter.com/Em8F8c8NEu
— Pet Shop Boys (@petshopboys) August 6, 2017
A 1 minute silence across all Pride event sites at 6pm remembered the victims of all hate crimes across the world.
As of 2am on Sunday morning Sussex police said there has been 27 arrests for suspected offences related to possession of drugs, assault, drunk and disorderly and public disorder.
St John Ambulance had treated approximately 204 people at the three Pride sites.
Assistant Chief Constable Laurence Taylor said:
“I am also hugely proud of the officers who have been policing Pride this year, many of whom worked very long and busy shifts but remained positive and professional throughout.
“The overwhelming majority of people who have come to Pride have been brilliant but officers have made a number of arrests today for a variety of offences, which can be expected at such a large event.”
Pride has raised over £310,000 for the Rainbow Fund and Pride Social Impact Fund in the last four years.