The first weekend of July hosts the "London Pride" festival, during gay pride day. The most important event is the parade that takes place on the main streets of the city, from Baker Street to Trafalgar Square. It's a massive event that is attended by around a million people, both participants and spectators. Although it's intended to claim the rights and social integration of gays and lesbians, it has bisexual and transgender acts that are festive and lively, and everyone goes out in costume. There's also a complementary gay film festival with theater, debates, poetry and many concerts. London Pride is an annual landmark festival and one of the largest in the UK.