Organisers of Fife Pride have announced this year’s event will take place in Kirkcaldy on Saturday July 4.
The festival, a celebration of LGBT culture, has quickly become a staple in the region’s event calendar and 2020 marks its fourth anniversary.
Thousands of people turned out to Kirkcaldy Town Square for a day of entertainment last summer, following a colourful parade through the town centre.
This year’s extravaganza will take place in the town square and more details about those performing in the main marquee will be revealed over the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, Fife Flyers ice hockey club have confirmed it is supporting the first Elite League Pride Weekend at their home game against the Cardiff Devils on Saturday.
As part of the event, the Flyers have invited Fife Pride and the Kirkcaldy High School LGBT+ group to join them at the Fife Ice Arena in Kirkcaldy for the game.
The team will be wearing a specially-designed Pride strip, which will be sold through a secret auction during the match.
Fans can bid on the jerseys until 9pm by either handing in their bid in a sealed envelope to the Flyers shop at the game or by emailing email@example.com
A spokesperson said: “The ice hockey community in Scotland is already an inclusive family that welcome all-comers, regardless of gender, ethnicity or sexuality.
“However, there is always more that we, as a community, can do to ensure everyone feels both welcome and safe at our events.”