Dublin Pride 2021: Community

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Online/Offline, Tuesday 1st June - Monday 28th June

We are delighted to announce that the Dublin Pride Festival & Parade will return this year! The festival programme will be launched by The Lord Mayor of Dublin Hazel Chu on Monday, May 17th, International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia & Transphobia (IDAHOBIT), and run throughout June.

This year’s theme is “Community”, with a focus on promoting and supporting the vital work of LGBTQ+ organisations and services. Dublin Pride is the biggest LGBTQ+ fundraising event of the year, and as such, we are excited to launch a new initiative to support LGBTQ+ organisations affected by the COVID-19 crisis.

Traditionally, the whole month of June is designated as Pride, with a variety of organisations running Pride events and activities. This year, each week will have a different focus:

  • Week 1: Machnamh Bród (June 1st – 6th)
  • Week 2: Culture, Arts & Heritage (June 7th – 13th)
  • Week 3: Health & Wellbeing (June 14th – 20th)
  • Week 4: Community (June 21st – 28th)

The Virtual Pride Parade will once again be broadcast from The Round Room at The Mansion House on Saturday, June 26th as part of a full-day entertainment programme. The festival will end on the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots on Monday, June 28th.
In line with the easing of COVID restrictions and the reopening of Dublin City, we will have a Pride Hub & Shop on Duke Street, exhibitions at Filmbase in Temple Bar, The Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre and more to complement our online activities.

There will be NO in-person Pride Parade on Saturday, June 26th.

#DublinPride2021 #CommunityFirst

Tuesday 1st June - Monday 28th June

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