Norway's largest LGBT festival with concerts, exhibitions, shows, films, parties and debates
Oslo Pride invites you to both physical and digital meeting points to celebrate diversity and queer love in 2021.
THERE WILL BE PRIDE PARK, PARADE AND PRIDE HOUSE!
After last year's all-digital festival, Oslo Pride will return stronger this year and celebrate with both digital and physical arenas. Both Pride Park and Pride House will be carried out in physical formats, adapted to the current COVID-19 guidelines in June 2021. The parade will also be carried out, but the format will have be determined closer to the time of the festival.
Pride House is making a comeback in physical form on Youngstorget. This is an arena for debates, lectures, workshops and art. Pride House opens the festival on June 18 and presents a varied and exciting programme over a full ten days.
This year's theme for Oslo Pride is international solidarity , a theme that several other Norwegian pride celebrations will continue from 2020.
Already on Thursday 6 May Pride House invites you to an evening event (physical and digital), where more of this year's programme and theme will be presented.
Oslo Pride is Norway's largest festival for the LGBTIQ population, offering a varied programme with concerts, art exhibits, shows, film screenings, parties and political debates.
As usual, Oslo Pride will focus on queer themes throughout June, with pride week at the forefront. From 18 to 27 June 2021 Oslo Pride organizers will make sure to meet all COVID-19 infection control measures to insure a safe festival for all.
Oslo Pride consists of small and large events over the course of ten days, with the colourful Oslo Pride Parade on the final Saturday (26 June) as one of the highlights. For a detailed programme, visit Oslo Pride's website.
- Last Updated: 06/02/2021
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Oslo Pride 2021
- June 18, 2021 - June 27, 2021
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