The Dublin LGBTQ Pride Festival takes place from June 20th – 30th with events taking place across the city. We’ve highlighted a few of the festival events below but you can find the full programme at dublinpride.ie/events/

Pride Pack Competition

Dublin City Council are long time supporters of Dublin Pride and are delighted to offer 15 Dublin.ie Pride packs to competition winners. Each pack consists of a locally made Wild By Water tote bag, a t-shirt and pin. Thanks to William St Martin for modelling below. All you have to do to win is to answer the following question: Where did Pantibliss study art? (You can find the

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Mockie Ah: Dublin Pride Vogue Ball

The Workman's Club

Mockie Ah, Ireland's biggest drag haus bring their legendary Vogue Ball to Dublin for one night only! Bring it to the runway and snatch the crown! Now in its third year, the annual Vogue Ball has been taking Cork City by storm with hundreds in attendance each year! Sponsored by Dublin Vintage Factory and Hosted by Candy Warhol with a huge lineup of special guest DJ's, guest performers, judges and of course YOU! With six categories to enter, the winner from each category will also go head to head to snatch the trophy!

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Mother Pride Block Party

Collins Barracks

Mother Pride Block Party is doubling in size and throwing the biggest Pride Party Dublin has ever seen. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the stonewall uprising and the birth of the Pride movement, Mother in association with Dublin LGBTQ Pride Festival are taking over the grounds of the National Museum of Ireland at Collins Barracks on the quays to bring you the biggest most dazzling display of inclusivity this site has seen in its 300 year history. Get ready for the best Pride Party yet - a Pride Festival site in the grounds of the National Museum with two areas, two stages, full bar

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Dublin Pride Parade

Starts at O'Connell Street

Assembling on O’Connell Street and Parnell Square on Saturday, June 29th, 7,000 people from over 150 different groups with floats and marching bands and colourful costumes and lots and lots of noise will lead out the Parade. From O’Connell Street, the parade will turn on to Eden Quay and pass Liberty Hall, where the first large scale march for LGBTQ+ rights in Ireland started in 1983. The Parade will cross the Liffey at Talbot Memorial Bridge and travel along City Quay, Lombard Street, Westland Row and end with a free outdoor event in Merrion Square. You can watch and cheer them on f

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Ride4Pride – Spin Class

Dublin City Council host these events with all proceeds going to BelongTo Youth services. They are open to all to attend. Classes are fun fitness and cater for all levels. There are limited places available. Activities are open to all over 16 years of age to attend.

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EPIC LGBTQ+ Tours

Discover Ireland from the outside in through the stories of the people who left and the culture they brought with them. As part of Pride Festival, join us for these tours highlighting non-binary stories in the museum. From Dr. James Barry who – born as a woman and living as a man – completed the first successful caesarean in the world, to prolific award-winning lesbian author Emma Donoghue, discuss Ireland’s LGBTQ+ past and present, considering the ways in which you as a visitor might interpret the museum’s stories on the basis of your own identity and experiences.

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Drag + Draw with Bonnie Ann Clyde

As always, this is an informal event and will be very suitable for drawing beginners (so absolutely feel free to fuck it up). It will also give experienced artists the opportunity to draw not your typical life drawing model – think more sass! Basic materials provided, but feel free to bring your own stuff.

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An Evening with David Norris

'My life in the gay jungle'. Ireland's pioneering public figure whose challenge to the Irish state led to the decriminalisation of homosexuality, speaks about his life, work and being gay in 60's, 70's, 80's & 90's Ireland. Drinks Reception @ 6.30pm. Tickets are €15 and will be available at the door.

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Recognising and Challenging Sexual Harassment of LGBTQIA+ Women*

Join Dublin Lesbian Line in the gorgeous surroundings of The Tara Building for a night of activism and empowerment as we launch the findings from the first ever Irish research project into sexual harassment of LGBTQIA+ Women*. Featuring music from Molly Sterling and other guests. All genders and identities welcome. Women* is inclusive of all who identify as female or align with female spaces and experiences.

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  • MathesonLaw Matheson
    (@MathesonLaw)

    Well done to the Matheson team who took part in the Dublin Pride Run 2019 in the Phoenix Park on Friday evening! The three designated charities for 2019 are @BeLonG_To, @HIVIreland and @ShoutOut_IE #Pride2019 https://t.co/41axi87Kll

  • DUBLINPride2 🏳️‍🌈DUBLIN PRIDE 🏳️‍🌈
    (@DUBLINPride2)

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  • DublinPride Dublin LGBTQ Pride
    (@DublinPride)

    #DublinPride would like to extend a huge thank you to our Sponsors, without whom the festival would not be as big, bright and colourful as it is🌈😍 #RainbowRevolution https://t.co/8Imz4ojkTe

  • AmnestyLGBTI Amnesty LGBTI Network
    (@AmnestyLGBTI)

    Join us this day next week as we Parade and Protest with #Pride! March with Amnesty International at Ireland’s largest Pride Parade, Dublin #LGBTQ Pride, on Saturday 29 June 2019. Contact us at lgbt@amnesty.ie with any questions. Event here: https://t.co/nOLYUUPWs6 https://t.co/5cK9xgyONe

  • LQBT2030Dublin LGBTQ+ 20s30s Ladies*
    (@LQBT2030Dublin)

    All the wonderful #pridedogs at the first #dublinpride dog show! https://t.co/gc65ZOCgh5

  • odhranallen Odhrán Allen
    (@odhranallen)

    I’m so happy to see the festival of #Pride being embraced and celebrated by Dublin city 🏳️‍🌈 We’ve come a long way 😊 #LGBT+ https://t.co/a22MvTzbUF

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