THOUSANDS of revellers from the LGBT community will party in the streets of Southampton tomorrow (Saturday, August 25).

Southampton Pride takes place in the city tomorrow, with as many as 15,000 gay, lesbian and bisexual party-goers and their friends and allies all taking part in the region's fastest-growing festival.

READ: Your guide to Southampton Pride 2018 - taking place on Saturday 25 August

Performers on the day include Union-J, the Cheeky Girls and former child prodigy turned trans entertainer Lauren Harries.

But how will movement around the city be impacted on the day?

Here is a list of road closures

All day (07:00-midnight):

Above Bar Street - between Commercial Road and Civic Centre Road.

Between 11:00-14:00:

Above Bar Street - between Cumberland Place/Brunswick Place and Commercial Road.

Commercial Road - between Havelock Road/Cumberland Place and Above Bar Street.

Between 13:30-16:00:

Above Bar Street - between Civic Centre Road and Pound Tree Road.

Civic Centre Road and New Road - between Portland Terrace/Havelock Road and East Park Terrace/Palmerston Road.

Bargate Street/Hanover Buildings - between Portland Terrace/Castle Way and Vincent's Walk.

What about Saints v Leicester?

Southampton Pride will take place on the same day as when Saints host Leicester in a Premier League clash. The game is set to kick-off at 3pm, when Pride will be in full swing.

A Saints spokesperson said: "For supporters making their way to St Mary's from Southampton Central train station, please note it will not be possible to cross the parade route from 1.45pm to 3.30pm, so it is highly recommended to have done so before this time.

"There will however be an opportunity for supporters who have remained in Yates's on Above Bar, to watch the day's televised lunchtime game to cross at about 2.15pm.

"Supporters walking from Southampton Central are instead advised to use Blechynden Terrace, onto West Park Road and then Commercial Road, on the north side of the station, to navigate towards the stadium."

What did the city's transport chief say?

Councillor Jacqui Rayment said: "I appreciate that Southampton will be busy with so much going on. Obviously leave early and plan your journey.

"For more information look at the various Twitter feeds or go to the Southampton City Council website."