You’ll be in Budapest during the Budapest Pride Festival and don’t know what to do? You live here but you don't speak Hungarian?
Team up for this year’s march! On the 22nd Budapest Pride March, again, we would like to provide greater visibility for different social groups, organizations, occupations, towns, etc.
Every year exciting and unmissable programs are submitted by other ogranizations to the Budapest Pride Festival. This year we have an open call again. Submit your program until 30th April!
On July 8th, let's all meet at Kossuth Lajos tér, where last year we promised each other that we will no longer let ourselves be cordoned off, silenced and intimidated and let’s show that we stand up for ourselves, our rights, and each other. That we will not settle for less than freedom that every person is entitled to.
Since 2014, you can donate your 1% to Rainbow Mission Foundation, the organization behind Budapest Pride. To donate, simply enter our tax number: 18174803-1-41.
Marriage between same-sex couples is supported by 36% and opposed by 56% of the Hungarian population, according to the most recent representative survey conducted by Budapest Pride and Integrity Lab. Adoption rights are much more widely supported – 46% of respondents would not exclude same-sex couples of adoption opportunities. 60% of the society shares the opinion that gay, lesbian and bisexual people should have the same rights as everyone else.
How to support Budapest Pride?
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On June 24th, 2016, the 21th Budapest Pride Festival begins with the official opening ceremony. The slogan of this the festival this year, “We complete it!”, calls attention to the fact that the diverse communities of society can only be complete with us. Those communities that are subjected to oppression, like LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer) are unquestionably part of society. Our slogan also sheds light on the fact that only with joint effort, as a community, can we act against the power of oppression
Team up for this year’s march! On the 21rd Budapest Pride March, again, we would like to provide greater visibility for different social groups, organizations, occupations, towns, etc.
“We complete it!”: the slogan characterizes this year’s 10-day Budapest Pride Festival, which begins on Friday, June 24th 2016, with the official opening ceremony. At the Budapest Pride March on July 2nd 2016, we will prove that we represent a force to be reckoned with.
Write a song for the 2016 Budapest Pride LGBTQ festival!
Whether you are an enthusiastic beginner or an experienced pro, whether you play solo or in a band, whether you do wild, roaring metal, nostalgic chansons, cheerful reggae, melodious pop, fast-beating punk, improvisative jazz, heartbreaking folk, relaxed country, outspoken rap, romantic soul or serious blues, the Budapest Pride team wants to hear you! Let’s show our diversity through music!
Budapest Pride is the oldest LGBTQ March in the region, however, we could still learn a lot from the Pride organizers in Zagreb and Bratislava.
The program guide of the 20th Budapest Pride Film Festival is already at the printers'. You can download a PDF version below.
Important information regarding the ticket purchase of the 20th Budapest Pride LGBTQ Filmfestival opening on Wednesday (January 20th).
Donate to the Budapest Pride LGBTQ Film Festival and get hold of a piece of the festival poster as a fridge magnet.
In January 20th to 24th, 2016, the Budapest Pride Film Festival comes back for the 20th time with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) films. The colorful program will include more than 30 movies from six continents, consisting of exciting documentaries, short films and workshops. The festival opens with a film to be shown for the first time in Hungary called Freeheld starring Julianne Moore and Ellen Page.
Film submission is now open for the 20th Budapest Pride LGBTQ Film Festival, to be held January, 2016.
Similarly to previous years, our organzing team had consecutive meetings with the police leading up to the 20th Budapest Pride Festival.