Both Stockholm and Gothenburg are dressed in the colours of the rainbow when the EuroPride 2018 fills the streets, alleys, squares and estates in these two beautiful cities. From the 80s comes Culture Club and Bananarama to entertain pride goers in Gothenburg, and one of many pride topics are human rights.
Each city with LGBTQ respect for itself has a Pride Festival, but this year there are not just regular Pride festivals in Sweden. This year it’s EuroPride too.
All of Europe’s Pride, and not only one Swedish host city, for the first time, rainbow colours adorn all two cities in the European tribute to the LGBTQ environment.
Both Gothenburg and Stockholm are host cities for this year’s EuroPride. In Stockholm, that will run from 27th of July to 5th of August, and in Gothenburg, the festival will continue with rainbow flags and completely free events and marches that will fill the town hall on 14-19 August.
Two cities, but the same theme, and the same joy of life.