Denmark's main Pride event is a colourful festival that takes place in central Copenhagen every August.
During the course of the week, there are free concerts every evening, as well as debates, pop-up shops and lots of joy, love and happy people dressed in all colours of the rainbow. The week ends with what many people regard as the main event - the Pride Parade. Find out more about Copenhagen Pride here, and check out the Facebook event for Copenhagen Pride Week 2018.
The year's most colourful celebration will focus on equality and promoting the idea that everyone should be able to be who they want to be regardless of their sexual preferences. In addition to Copenhagen Pride, there will be other Pride celebrations in a number of Scandinavian cities. Happy Pride!
During the course of the week, there will be numerous exciting events that will focus on diversity, equality and queer love:
14 - 18 August 2018
During this period, Copenhagen Pride Week will become a Pride area full of public debates, concerts, food stalls and love! Pride Square is open from 12 noon until 11pm. Entry is free and open to all!
Debate, human rights
13 - 17 August 2018
Human rights programme, in the debating tent on Regnbuepladsen (Rainbow Square).
18 August 2018
The Pride Parade will move through central parts of Copenhagen and promises to be a colourful celebration that will spread love throughout the city! In 2017, there were an incredible 25,000 participants and 300,000 onlookers! This is an experience not to be missed.