Belfast's LGBTQ Pride parade is being held online this year with a virtual celebration instead of the usual colourful street parade.
The city's 30th LGBTQ celebration was postponed due to the pandemic and an online event is being broadcast instead from 1pm today.
Last year's parade was the biggest to date, with more than 50,000 people taking to the streets.
For 2020, the organisers have asked people to send in a short video about how they are celebrating.
Parade hosts Trudy Scrumptious and Gareth Woods will present a four-hour live show featuring the best of the videos sent in.
An online Party In The Square is taking place this evening featuring music and talent from Northern Ireland's LGBTQ community.
Public Health Agency spokeswoman Fiona Teague said Pride is an opportunity to highlight and celebrate the organisations working to support the health and wellbeing of the LGBTQ community.
"Due to the Covid-19 restrictions we, like so many other supporters, are unable to take part as usual in the Pride parade.
"We want to send a message of support to the LGBTQ+ community and let them know there are support services available for their needs, and to not struggle on their own with whatever they are going through.
"Research has shown that overall, members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender community are more likely to experience depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and other mental health issues due to discrimination and social isolation."
Virtual Pride is a time to remind members of the LGBT+ community that we are here to help & protect you. If you become a victim of crime I would encourage you to report it to us. We will listen, we will care and we will act to keep you safe.#KeepingPeopleSafe#PolicingWithPride pic.twitter.com/P5IE32aUY7— Simon Byrne (@ChiefConPSNI) August 1, 2020