Pride Park – the heart of the festival
Oslo Pride's festival area used to be Spikersuppa, but the growing number of spectators has meant that Pride Park has been moved to Kontraskjæret, which has more capacity. In other words, it's time for a huge celebration! The New Pride Park as it's known will feature a main stage, mingling area, food and beverages, a Pride store and various stalls showcasing various organisations and associations.
The Pride Parade – the highlight of Oslo Pride
The Pride Parade will begin at 1pm on 1 July 2023. The exact route will be announced nearer the time on the Oslo Pride website, but one thing is certain – the Pride Parade will make its way through a colourful sea of people in central Oslo before ending up at Pride Park.
Invite old friends, new friends, soon-to-be friends, acquaintances and family members to join you in experiencing this fabulous event. See you at 1pm on 1 July 2023!
Pride House – listen and learn
Pride House will be hosting debates, seminars, workshops and more between 24-28 June at Legenes Hus in central Oslo.
Skeiv Natt – Oslo Pride's official closing party at Clarion Hotel® The Hub
A magnificent festival requires a magnificent ending – and you can expect exactly that at Clarion Hotel® The Hub! The closing party spans over 3 floors with concerts, shows, DJs, great dancing and plenty of flirtation... Skeiv Natt (Gay Night) starts at 8pm on Saturday 1 July 2023. Find out more and book here!