Proud World

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As Pride season begins all over the U.S., so does it around the world. Hopefully your passport is current and you know how to pronounce hola, hallo and שלום!

Tel Aviv Pride
June 7–14

This weeklong series of parties, screenings, concerts and festivals is always scheduled the second week of June. With over 100,000 participants, it’s got the largest Gay Pride parade in all of Asia.

Berlin Pride
June 27

Known locally as CSD (christopher Street Day), Berlin Pride is one of Germany’s biggest organized events, with over 200 events, like exhibitions, lectures, films, concerts, shows and plenty of partying.

Toronto Pride
June 19–28

Everyone is invited to “come Out and Play” at this year’s 10-day Pride Toronto, which made a splash last year as the host of World Pride.

London Pride
June 21–28

Over 750,000 people came out for last year’s Pride in London event, and this year, “Pride’s Got Talent” will light up the Trafalgar Square main stage with more surprise concerts and A-list appearances.

Madrid Pride
July 1–6

Over 2 million people flock to Madrid for Spain’s largest parade, the Madrid Orgullo. Plan on arriving before Thursday and get ready to party through Sunday. The terrace at Room Mate Oscar and the pool at El Lago de la Casa de Campo are two of the best spots to be and be seen, but you’ll find Pride magic unfolding all around town.

Last modified: July 10, 2018