Which city is lit up with colour and celebrates the most extravagantly during Pride Week? Answer is ALL OF THEM! See the cities from around the globe that get together for a Pride Week parade like no other.
New York City
Usually taking place in June, Pride in the Big Apple is massive. Spread across the five boroughs it usually has at least two million people in attendance.
Known as the largest Pride event in the world, this Brazilian city celebrates with three million people who come to party.
With a history of balking convention, Amsterdam hosts an incredible Pride PARADE down the canals in colourful LGBTQIA+ spirit. With half a million attendees, this city is known for its nightlife and shares that at on of the world’s largest annual festivals.
Held on Hilton Beach, the Tel Aviv Pride Festival takes seaside fun to a whole new level with DJs to popular Israeli performing arts.
As one of the most inclusive cities in the United States and moreover the world, San Francisco holds an annual parade with everything from dancing to theatre and in between.
Holding the biggest Pride celebration in all of Canada, the festival is held in the summertime and overs the majority of the city with endless celebrations.
One of the most festive in the world, Madrid’s Gay Pride events feature open air concerts, art, parties, performances and so much colour. Held in the neighbourhood of Chueca, it’s a celebration but also a time to discuss important issues the community is facing.
The Australian Pride Festival held in Sydney is an international event which involves colour, night parties, costumes and major celebrations across the entire LGBTQIA+ community and beyond.