Brussels, the European gay-friendly capital hosts its 23rd Pride from 17 to 20 May 2018. Be part of a weekend of festivities and divesrity.
For one weekend a year, Brussels, the gay-friendly capital of 500 million Europeans, shines on the European landscape once again.
Once again Pride is offering a varied programme. From the traditional Parade that lights up the city centre with its colourful atmosphere, to the Pride Village, where information and entertainment mix cheerfully. All the ingredients are present for a day of festivities and a guaranteed atmosphere.
The Rainbow Village, the warm and welcoming village gay on the edge of the Grand-Place kicks off a weekend of festivities on Friday 18 May with a show by cabaret Mademoiselle and a concert by the Brussels Gay Sports choir.
On top of its attractive programme, the Rainbow Village offers a large selection of bars where you can have a drink in a fantastic musical atmosphere until late into the night.
From midday on Saturday 19 May, Pride Village takes over the heart of Brussels at the Mont des Arts, next to Brussels Central station and the Grand-Place.
Several information, entertainment and tastings stands are open from midday in the Village, where a whole host of activities and shows await you.
Pride Parade starts at 14:30 from rue Ravenstein. Join this fabulous parade that is bursting with colour as it makes its way through Brussels’ streets, spreading its message of love.
Pride Parties : La Demence
When Pride is in full swing, the party never stops. On top of La Demence, there’s a multitude of “Pride Parties” inviting you to continue festivities in various venues in the capital.
For Pride weekend, La Demence will be living up to its reputation by offering 3 wild nights: Friday 17 at FUSE, Saturday at PALAIS 12 (main night) and Sunday at FUSE.