“We are family” has been selected as the theme song of the LGBTQ Pride Festival in Dublin in June. The decision was made by the organisers in response to “the exclusion of representation of LGBTQ+ families in literature”.
The festival will take place from June 21 to June 30, and the parade will be on June 30.
There are over 50 spectacular events which will go on during the Pride Festival till June 30th.
The official website is a platform to find some amazing activities covering everything including shows, arts and activism to the best parties in Dublin’s bars and clubs.
The Rainbow Group Exhibition is starting from tomorrow, 10am. The featured artists of the Pride Exhibition include Mark O’Neill, Patrick O’Reilly, Eleanor Swan and Will St Leger.
About the Parade
The parade will start from Stephen’s Green and go on to Smithfield.
The exact route will be going down from Cuffe Street, Kevin Street and Patrick Street and before crossing Fr Matthew Bridge, heading on to Church Street and around to Smithfield.
From the beginning, there will be speakers and entertainment, and then the revelers will go to city centre and Smithfield.
The parade will start moving at 2.00pm.
The organizers said the parade is “a celebration of the rich diversity of the LGBTQ community in Dublin, Ireland and the world”.