Dublin Pride Parade

GPO, Saturday 25th June

The Pride Parade is a celebration of LGBTQ+ people and culture, the highly visible spectacle of the parade plays an important role in promoting diversity, inclusion and belonging within society. It’s an opportunity to showcase the many LGBTQ+ organisations working within our community along with ally groups who take a visible stand in support of LGBTQ+ people. Since the first Dublin Pride Parade in 1983, it has grown to become one of the most popular and loved events within the city and continues to change the hearts and minds of many people.

The Pride Parade is also a major fundraising event for many LGBTQ+ community organisations with both individuals and businesses raising vital funds each year through Pride. The Dublin Pride Parade is one of the most coordinated events in the country with over 250 different groups taking part. In order to ensure the safety and comfort of everyone involved it is necessary for groups taking part to register in advance.


Date:
Saturday 25th June
Time:
12.00pm
Price:
Free
Address:
General Post Office, Dublin, O'Connell Street Lower, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

Google Map of General Post Office, Dublin, O'Connell Street Lower, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

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