Antwerp in the Flemish part of Belgium is an open-minded small city with a population of around 600,000. Antwerp actually staged Belgium’s first GLBT Pride Parade in 1979. The week-long pride activities include a mixture of activities with several different themes including drag & fetish
The parade departs from Sint-Jansplein at 14.00 and passes through different neighbourhoods to Gedempte Zuiderdokken. There is an after party at the Steenplein on the riverside and a closing party on Sunday at the Grote Market followed by a number of parties and events including Drama Queen and Pink Sunday.
Birmingham is England’s 3rd biggest city. Around 70,000 people attend the Birmingham parade in recent years. The event is a parade and in Birmingham’s gay village which is next to the Chinese Quarter of the city.
The party after the parade has a main stage with international acts, an outdoor market, a funfair, a live comedy and cabaret tent.
A 2 day event with many attendee arriving on Thursday/Friday and leaving Sunday/Monday. A small pride event but with friendly and fun atmosphere.
Winter Pride in Maspalomas is the last gay pride celebration in the European calendar year.
An open-air event when the temperatures are turning cold in majority of European cities this even is popular for the hot temperatures, hot guys and fun events. The event is a week of amazing events with live shows with international artists, pool parties, boat excursions, dance sessions and a great parade. Held at the Yumbo centre where the majority of the gay bars and clubs are located. A party week all under one roof.
The resort is generally sold out in advance so book your accommodation in advance to not be disappointed and to have best choice of places to stay.
A week long celebration of LGBTQ events and culture.