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Pride 2020 Online – A Guide to Celebrating Pride Digitally

3rd June 2020

Pride in a Pandemic – How to Celebrate LGBTQ+ Culture this Pride Month

Since the Stonewall Riots in 69, many LGBTQ+ communities have celebrated Pride throughout June. Unfortunately this year,  hundreds of events have been cancelled due to the global pandemic. The good news is, many organisers are moving events online. So, despite celebrations looking a little different, Pride will still march on, digitally!

We’ve scoured the internet for as many online Pride events we could find! Here’s how to embrace Pride 2020 in a virtual, and safe, way…

Global Pride

On Saturday 27 June, Pride organisations from across the world will celebrate Global Pride 2020. With musical and artistic performances, speeches from activists and campaigners, and addresses by public figures. Global Pride will be 24 hours of live-streamed content that reflects and celebrates the beautiful diversity of LGBTI+ people everywhere.

Find out more about Global Pride


Pride Inside

Amnesty International, UK Black Pride, Stonewall and ParaPride have joined to bring celebrations online from Sunday 28 June – Sunday 5 July, carrying on from Global Pride. Pride Inside will see artists, musicians, comedians, DJs and activists come together for a series of performances, talks and workshops.

Find out more about Pride Inside


Staying In, Staying Out

London Pride has cancelled its parade but has a whole host of virtual activities listed on its Staying In, Staying Out page.

View Staying In, Staying Out Listings

The word Pride modelled out of Rainbow Balloons
Photo by Toni Reed on Unsplash


Bi-Fi Festival

Streaming on Twitch on 20th June, this virtual event will be a celebration of bi voices. Watch thought-provoking discussion panels and enjoy entertainment from a diverse array of performers. Then turn the volume up for a DJ’ed after party!

Find out more about Bi-Fi Festival


Copenhagen Pride

As well as taking part in Global Pride, Copenhagen Pride is holding its own digital event. Lars Oskan-Henriksen, Copenhagen Pride’s chair, says you will be able to explore the programme of lectures, exhibitions and an LGBTQ+ hall of fame in virtual reality, from your home. There will also be a digital campaign encouraging people to do one positive activist thing for an LGBTQ+ cause and post about it, as well as a two-hour concert on national TV, broadcast in full.

Watch the live stream on Facebook or YouTube

Find out more about Copenhagen Pride


NYC Pride

On 28 June, NYC Pride celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first Pride March held in 1970, and though it will be a very different type of celebration, the tradition of commemorating the LGBTQIA+ movement will continue. In this unique year, NYC Pride’s Broadcast Event will feature performances by Janelle Monáe, Deborah Cox, Billy Porter, Luísa Sonza and more.

Find out more about NYC Pride here


Virtual Queer Solidarity March

The Queer Solidarity Protest will be a virtual march with no branding, whereby users can post photos of themselves with placards that describe what Pride means to them. There will be takeover speeches from queer activists, with a focus on celebration, but also education, including a section dedicated to the sharing of experiences of QTBIPoC, too.

Join in from 20 June on Instagram: @farandpride@voices4_ and @voices4ldn 

Pride Street event with people holding up a big rainbow flag

Photo by Mercedes Mehling on Unsplash


‘PinkNews’ #PrideForAll

From the 4th to the 7th of June PinkNews’ are hosting a digital Pride extravaganza! The digital event will feature drag tutorials, panel discussions and an animated parade created by digital artist Adam Hoyle, featuring bespoke digital floats created by brands — log into their microsite, create your own avatar and explore.

Find out more about #PrideForAll


‘them.’ Presents Out Now Live

Kicking off on 22 June, this digital festival will spotlight special performances, uplifting messages, stories from the LGBTQ+ rights movement, and will celebrate queer resilience in the face of the pandemic.

Find out more about Out Now Live


Header Image: Photo by Jason Leung on Unsplash