Norway's GayGalla is back after a few years break - this years gala will be hosted by Janne Formoe and Niklas Baarli at the historical Chateau Neuf on Saturday February 3rd.
This year's Pride Parade has beaten all previous records, with over 40,000 participants, 129 entries and 250,000 spectators along the parade.
Norwegian football club Stabæk arranges for the second year in a row Football Pride together with the FRI the Norwegian Association for Gender and Sexual Diversity.
17th of May are known as IDAHOT, but in Norway that day is even something else as well - it's Norwegian Constitution Day too.
For the third year in a row, the northernmost Gay Pride in the world takes place in Tromsø in Northern Norway. Last year’s pride was a major success with some 2,000 participants. The festival kicks off Saturday 5th and lasts till Sunday 13th of November.
Davvet Bruun Solbakk are very satisfied after leading Sapmi Pride through the Sami city Kautokeino in Norway. Over 150 people participated in the parade.
The poster showing two men kissing wearing traditional Sami jackets, have been removed in several places in Finnmark, Norway.
During Saturday's Oslo Pride parade, a cake was thrown in Solveig Horne face. The British woman who is accused of throwing the cake, is in custody for four weeks.
104 parade performances are ready to be part of Oslo Pride parade today Saturday 25 June. The record from 2014, when the Oslo Pride hosted the Europride, is then beaten.
Mr Gay Europe is changing and they have chosen Scandinavia as the perfect setting for their exciting search for Europe’s new LGBTI ambassador.