Welcome to EuroPride 2018 in Stockholm 27/7-5/8!

All around the city there will be Pride hubs and pop ups where EuroPride visitors can meet and take part of different events. Last year there were over 600 programs items – events at Pride House, Pride Park, museums, clubs, lgbt organisations, etc.

We expect there will be more events and activities this summer all over the city including sports, activities for families and Stockholm sights. The program so far will be found here.

In Stockholm EuroPride will be hosted by Stockholm Pride, the largest pridefestival in Scandinavia. More information about Stockholm Pride will be found here.

Stockholm – The Open City!

Stockholm, the Swedish capital, is famous for its closeness to nature, booming tech-scene, gender-fluid fashion, colorful LGBT community and the Nobel prize. The one thing that really makes the city stand out internationally is its progressive values: Stockholm is a city for all. Read more about Stockholm Open City here.

Stockholm is by many considered to be one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Its beauty is a result of its magnificent location, built on 14 islands and right where the inland lake flow into the sea, right in the spectacular Stockholm Archipelago.

It’s a harmonic blend of old and new, where ultra-modern and medieval architecture happily coexist. You can take a walk among the narrow, cobblestoned streets of the Old Town and feel the living presence of history all around. Read more about Stockholm here.

EuroPride House Stockholm 30/7 – 3/8

Like earlier years we will have out arena for theatre, art, debates, presentations, seminars and exhibitions at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern at Sergels Torg.

Estimated visits are 40 000 (in open areas) and 15 000 attendances with 4000 a peak day. We are planning program but that will not be ready until May/June. What is already planned is the debate with all the Swedish party leaders (it is election year). The program som far will be found here

You will need a ticket go get in to EuroPride House in Stockholm. More information can be found here.

The Human Rights Conference in Stockholm will also be held at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern.

EuroPride Park Stockholm 1/8-5/8

Situated at Östermalms IP. Open Wednesday 01/08 – Saturday 04/08. Estimated for 2018 is 45 000 visits (12 000+ a peak day). We are planning for 90 exhibitions (stalls), 14 restaurants and bars.

Pride Park will be bustling with activities from the very opening every day; there is vendors, exhibits and stalls to explore where you can meet, engage and speak to people from different corners of our community, as well as supporters to us.  For the palate there are food vendors, restaurants, Food trucks and bars.

Kinky Quarter and Rainbow stage

The Kinky Quarter in EuroPride Park invites You to explore and try your fetish fantasies with different try-out themes everyday, and the Rainbow Stage will entertain you with music, culture, theatre and other performances in the afternoons.

When evening lays over Pride Park, the party on our main stage commences. The program som far will be found here

You will need a ticket go get in to EuroPride Park in Stockholm. More information can be found here.

EuroPride Parade 4/8

Estimated for this year is 60 000 participants on foot, 250 floats and groups and 600 000 viewers/bystanders in the parad through Stockholm.

There will be the same route as last year: Kungsholmstorg – Norr Mälarstrand – Hantverkargatan – Stadshusbron – Tegelbacken – Rödbodtorget – Vasagatan – Kungsgatan – Sturegatan – Lidingövägen – Östermalms IP.

About 4,5 km and it will take approximately 2 hours to walk. More information about the parade can be found here.


Opening EuroPride 2018

1/8 (in EuroPride Park)

EuroPride House


EuroPride Park


Human Rights Conference


EuroPride Parade