Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Glasgow to celebrate Pride 2019.

The annual march celebrates LGBT rights, and Saturday's event is the largest march in Scotland.

Organisers estimate that over 9,000 people took part in today's march.

It is the latest in a series of events taking place worldwide to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.

Walkers and floats set off from Clyde Place at around 11.30am, and made their way throughout the city centre.

They travelled along Argyle Street before heading past George Square and continued down Union Street.

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GMB Union, Network Rail and Co-op were just a few of the organisations and brands supporting the march.

They walked alongside members of the public until the event ended at around 12.30pm.

Christopher Tait, chair of Pride Glasgow said: “Today we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising Pride Glasgow together with the LGBTQI community stand together and march for our rights.

“It’s estimated over 9,000 people joined together today under a peaceful and happy banner either with friends, family or part of an organisation. We collectively demonstrated our passion and love in the city.

“We’re now moving on to celebrations at The Ferry and The Barrowlands where we’ve organised a fantastic line-up of performances, including drag acts, singers, DJs and our headliner at A Night at Studio 54, The Reflex.

“We said we’d show everyone we could pull back after last year and I think it’s safe to say the community feel united again.”

Several events will be taking place throughout the weekend to continue the celebrations.

The Ferry will host an event featuring tribute acts such as Ariana Grande and drags acts, and co-hosted by Glasgow’s resident glam, goth queen, CarrieAnn Crow. 

A family day at The Barrowlands, featuring Got Soul Choir, X Factor’s Nicholas McDonald, Edward Reid, Britain’s Got Talent’s Kerr James and Scottish band Layaway, will run alongside this. 

And tonight, The Barrowlands Ballroom will be transformed into ‘A Night at Studio 54’, which was once New York’s most famous nightclub, attended by celebrities, and most importantly, the first place where trans people we were welcomed in the 70s.