Tantolundens Bollplan
Stockholm, Stockholm 11741

Since the start in 1998, Stockholm Pride has grown to be one of Stockholm's largest annual festivals, as well as the largest Pride celebration in Scandinavia.

Each year Stockholm Pride attracts visitors from all over Sweden as well as from the rest of the world. During a whole week Stockholm Pride turns Stockholm into a free-zone for the GLBT community, painting the city in the colors of the rainbow.

Stockholm is a city built on 14 islands – our home during Pride is the largest one of them; Södermalm. Here you will find Pride House and Pride Park.

Pride Park
Pride Park is the festival arena for as many as 10,000 people, and in it organisation stalls, stages, restaurants, shops, and other attractions are built. Pride Park is open Wednesday through Sunday and every afternoon and evening a wide variety of artists and shows appear on the main stage.

Pride House
Pride House, located at Södra teatern on Mosebacke Torg 1-3, is the festival's cultural centre. It is packed with seminars, debates, workshops, exhibitions, film, theatre and other performances. Pride House is open Monday through Friday.

Pride Parade
On Saturday, August 4th, it is time for the big parade on the streets of Stockholm. For many people, this is the highlight of the festival, and undoubtedly it is the most spectacular and colourful event of the week.

Pride and the City - More Pride
Pride is also celebrated on other places in and around the city. Art exhibitions, debates, films, seminars, parties and other activities are some of the things made available outside Pride House and Pride Park. All activities are included in the programme found on this web site and in the printed programme available shortly before the festival begins.

Official Website: http://www.stockholmpride.org/

Added by swedeinsf on May 27, 2007