Release of EuroPride 2018 Program for Stockholm and Gothenburg

Finally, the program for EuroPride 2018 in Stockholm and Gothenburg is available online. 15 full days with a total of 800 program items are available to festival goers. Enjoy everything from well known artists on our stages to important seminars and workshops in our EuroPride Houses.

Visit europride2018.com for complete program schedule.

Highlights in Stockholm

Opening Gala with Pia Sunndhage and Anja Pärson, Schlager Evening with Eleni Foureira, Kati Wolf and Lindsay Dracass, P2’s Opera Sing-a-long with Rickard Söderberg, Lovers of Valdaro, Medborgarbandet, Conchita, Arrhult, ionnale, Among Dragons and Drag queens and Stand up with Pernilla Hammargren, Hannes Pettersson, James Lorien MacDonald and Moa Svan. Folkets Juristbyrå offers free legal advice. At the Kinky quarter and on the Rainbow Stage you can enjoy stand up, try out sessions and live music.

Highlights in Gothenburg
Drag- and burlesque gala with Jinkx Monsoon amongst others, Silvana Imam, Rainbow Riots, Boy George and Culture Club, Wiktoria, Stand up with; Petrina Solange, Bianca Kronlöf and Emma Knyckare amongst others, Norwood, Christina Kjellsson, Maja Francis, Divine, Mashrou’ Leila, Loreen, Panetoz, Hellmans Drengar & Dismissed, Bananarama. Also, NRJ in the Park at Götaplatsen with Sabina Ddumba, Molly Sandén and Darin.

STOCKHOLM July 27  - August 5 GOTHENBURG August 14 – August 19 
EuroPride Park at Östermalm IP August 1 – August 4
Wednesday 15:30-00:00
Thursday 14:00-00:00
Friday 14:00-01:00
Saturday 14:00-01:00 
EuroPride Park at Kungstorget
Tuesday – Thursday, 12-24
Friday – Saturday,  12-01
Sunday,  12-19 
EuroPride HouseKulturhuset, Sergels torgJuly 30 – August 3
Monday, 13.00-18.00
Tuesday – Friday, 12.00-18.00 
EuroPride House
Göteborgs Stadsbibliotek, Götaplatsen 3
Artisten, Fågelsången 1
Riksarkivet, Arkivgatan 9 
Human Rights ConferenceEuroPride HouseAugust 3  Human Rights Conference
Världskulturmuseet, Södra vägen 54August 17
EuroPride Parade – Part 1StadshusetAugust 5, 13:00 EuroPride Parade – Part 2HedenAugust 18, 15:30

 
Contact EuroPride 2018 Stockholm
Alf Kjeller
+46 70 572 09 90 
Contact EuroPride 2018 Gothenburg
Emma Gunterberg Sachs
+46 72 579 23 20 

Alf Kjeller
Project Manager EuroPride 2018 & Communication Manager Stockholm Pride
press@stockholmpride.org

Emma Gunterberg Sachs
General Manager West Pride
emma@westpride.se

EuroPride is an annual recurring event, where a Pride Festival in Europe is entitled to use the title EuroPride. EuroPride is an international event that attracts visitors from all over Europe. In 2018, EuroPride is being conducted in Sweden for the third time, and for the first time with two cities as organizers. During EuroPride 2018, the event is jointly organized between the two festivals Stockholm Pride and West Pride. This will challenge the concept of EuroPride and create a festive event that lasts three weeks, linking Sweden's two largest cities together, Stockholm and Gothenburg. The European Pride Organisers Association (EPOA) holds the rights to the title EuroPride and grants the license of “EuroPride” to a different member each year. EPOA is a network of European gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender Pride Organisations. EPOA was founded 1991 in London. The purpose of EPOA is to promote lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Pride on a pan-European level and to empower and support local and national pride organisations in their efforts of planning and promoting pride celebrations. EPOA also wants to facilitate networking and skill-sharing among members.

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EuroPride is an annual recurring event, where a Pride Festival in Europe is entitled to use the title EuroPride. EuroPride is an international event that attracts visitors from all over Europe. In 2018, EuroPride is being conducted in Sweden for the third time, and for the first time with two cities as organizers. During EuroPride 2018, the event is jointly organized between the two festivals Stockholm Pride and West Pride. This will challenge the concept of EuroPride and create a festive event that lasts three weeks, linking Sweden's two largest cities together, Stockholm and Gothenburg. The European Pride Organisers Association (EPOA) holds the rights to the title EuroPride and grants the license of “EuroPride” to a different member each year. EPOA is a network of European gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender Pride Organisations. EPOA was founded 1991 in London. The purpose of EPOA is to promote lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Pride on a pan-European level and to empower and support local and national pride organisations in their efforts of planning and promoting pride celebrations. EPOA also wants to facilitate networking and skill-sharing among members.

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