Stonewall Bar in 1969 has become a massive and ever-growing celebration of pride and community throughout the world. The big cities get the most attention – places like New York, San Francisco, and London. Amsterdam has its annual gay canal parade. Berlin has its enormous Christopher Street Day parade and street festival. But these are but the tip of the iceberg, as pride fests take place in communities large and small throughout the spring and summer.

One of the more recent additions to the pride calendar comes from Iceland. It’s a weekend of parties, cultural events, and, of course, a grand parade on Sunday afternoon, which ends in the center of the city with a gala program of speeches and international entertainment.

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