/ Digital Parade 2020

Gather your friends, family and loved ones for when we bring the annual pride parade from the streets – to your living room.

On June 27th  we go live from Ole Bull Scene with a spectacular parade show. The two-hour live show will feature greetings and speeches from specially invited people, enjoyable conversations with celebrities and queer activists, greetings from our audience, concerts and cultural performances from a colorful and diverse cultural scene. The purpose of the parade broadcast is to create a colorful respite in everyday life, and a sense of belonging and community in a time when it’s greatly needed! Let´s celebrate love and diversity together – from a distance. Join us when we go live on June 27th from our lockdown to a lovedown!

/ Digital Parade 2020

Gather your friends, family and loved ones for when we bring the annual pride parade from the streets – to your living room.

On June 27th  we go live from Ole Bull Scene with a spectacular parade show. The two-hour live show will feature greetings and speeches from specially invited people, enjoyable conversations with celebrities and queer activists, greetings from our audience, concerts and cultural performances from a colorful and diverse cultural scene. The purpose of the parade broadcast is to create a colorful respite in everyday life, and a sense of belonging and community in a time when it’s greatly needed! Let´s celebrate love and diversity together – from a distance. Join us when we go live on June 27th from our lockdown to a lovedown!

 More information will come!

Bergen Pride is the second largest Pride festival in Norway, and is a celebration of love and diversity. The festival, that takes place the first week of June every year, has over 80 different events during the 7 days of pride and gathers about 50 000 participants. The pride festival is owned by: FRI – The Norwegian organisation of gender and sexual diversity in Bergen and Hordaland.

Bergen City

On the west coast of Norway, one of the most gender equal countries in the world, you’ll find the historic city of Bergen. With it’s astonishing nature, and beautiful architecture, this historic Hanseatic city was voted the second most beautiful city in Europe by the readers of US Today in 2013.

But what makes Bergen so special? Is it because it’s the “gateway to the fjords”? Is it Bergen’s historic wharf, Bryggen, and the city’s architecture with surrounding fjords and beautiful mountains? Or is it the fact that the city is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site and a popular port for cruise ships?

It’s actually all of the above, as well as the fact that Bergen is a diverse city, full of open minded and lovely people. The city is a UNESCO City of Gastronomy, and a proud European City of Culture, with a wide range of concerts, international festivals and museums of all kinds. Since 2008, the city has had an action plan against homophobia and transphobia and is today a member of The Rainbow Cities Network, and Bergen Pride is a proud member of EPOA- European Pride Organisers. Norway is also ranked the third best country in Europe to be a LGBTI person in. Bergen is a city where you can proudly be who you are!

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Bergen Pride is the second largest Pride festival in Norway, and is a celebration of love and diversity. The festival, that takes place the first week of June every year, has over 80 different events during the 7 days of pride and gathers about 50 000 participants. The pride festival is owned by: FRI – The Norwegian organisation of gender and sexual diversity in Bergen and Hordaland.

Bergen City

On the west coast of Norway, one of the most gender equal countries in the world, you’ll find the historic city of Bergen. With it’s astonishing nature, and beautiful architecture, this historic Hanseatic city was voted the second most beautiful city in Europe by the readers of US Today in 2013.

But what makes Bergen so special? Is it because it’s the “gateway to the fjords”? Is it Bergen’s historic wharf, Bryggen, and the city’s architecture with surrounding fjords and beautiful mountains? Or is it the fact that the city is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site and a popular port for cruise ships?

It’s actually all of the above, as well as the fact that Bergen is a diverse city, full of open minded and lovely people. The city is a UNESCO City of Gastronomy, and a proud European City of Culture, with a wide range of concerts, international festivals and museums of all kinds. Since 2008, the city has had an action plan against homophobia and transphobia and is today a member of The Rainbow Cities Network, and Bergen Pride is a proud member of EPOA- European Pride Organisers. Norway is also ranked the third best country in Europe to be a LGBTI person in. Bergen is a city where you can proudly be who you are!

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