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The Belgian Pride Parade 2022 will take place on May, 21!

It's official! We are happy to announce the date of the Belgian Pride Parade finally coming together in the streets of Brussels. See you on May 21! Find the official event on Facebook and stay tuned on our social networks for more information.

The Belgian Pride in 2022

The most colorful festival of the year will start like every year with its Kick-Off Mini-pride on Thursday, May 5th. Once again, the City of Brussels will be decked out in the colors of the rainbow around the RainbowCity.Brussels project. This year, Pride is also partnering with various actors from the cultural world to highlight our community. Finally, the Parade and the Village will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2022, where activists, associations and LGBTI+ allies will come together to make our demands and celebrate our diversity.

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Support the Belgian Pride 2022: colour your pavement with rainbows!

Because of the current health situation, Belgian Pride has had to reinvent itself. For the 2021online edition, we proposed a different way of celebrating Pride, in anticipation of finally being able to meet again on 21 May 2022!

Everyone was still able to party at home, on the pavement, indoors or in the garden, but always in their own bubble. But just because we had to stay at home doesn't mean we couldn't show that we are proud of our community.

In our Pride Shop,  we still make available to you some chalk so that everyone can colour the pavement in rainbow colours. You can then post a picture of yourself colouring your pavement and tag @thebelgianpride and #WeCare to join all the other people joining in!

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About Us

Belgian Pride's principal social goal is the annual organisation of the Pride Parade, a national march in the Brussels Capital Region. Read more in our About Us section!

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Our History

In Belgium, the first 'gay day' took place on 18 March 1978 in Ghent. It was organised by Rooie Vlinder, a left-wing feminist group with an extremely activist approach. The second time that gays and lesbians made their voices heard on the streets was […]

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Pride Events and COVID-19

The COVID-19 barometer in Belgium now allows us to organise Belgian Pride without any particular restrictions since we are in "code yellow".

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