Pride Day 2016 Events and Afterparties – Saturday, June 25th
Outhouse Champagne Breakfast
Celebrate 20 years of champagne breakfasts for Dublin Pride! Join the Outhouse team for some fine breakfast fare, some bubbles and beats before you march.
11.00am-1.00pm Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1
TENI Pre-Pride Parade Breakfast
11.00am Church Bar & Restaurant, Junction of Mary St. and Jervis St., Dublin 1
The Dublin Pride Parade 2016
Gathering at the Garden of Remembrance, the Dublin Pride Parade will be led out by Grand Marshall, Max Krzyzanowski, then will march to Merrion Square. You can dress as colourfully as you like, and make sure you stand out!
Gathering from 12.00pm. Parade starts at 1.00pm
Note: Please follow the directions of stewards, security and Gardai. Drinking alcohol is not permitted on or along the parade route and will not be tolerated
Join Dublin Pride at Merrion Square for the best festival of the year. Inside the park, visit the family, community and sponsors’ zones.
Be enthralled and entertained at the H&G Stage and find plenty of food and refreshments (non-alcoholic of course) to keep your strength up for the day.
BeLonG To Drug and Alcohol Service will be delivering an outreach initiative at this year’s Pride Village providing LGBT+ young adults with their innovative BeLonG To Pride Pack-iT.
Main stage, Merrion Square South is where hosts Panti Bliss and Phil T gorgeous will be joined by community groups with special guests Veda, Davina Devine, Victoria Secrets and many more.
Dublin Pride ask for your cooperation with all security and event staff on the day.
The George Afterparty South Great George’s Street
Sat 25 June 2016 at 2.00pm
Mother Afterparty: Saturday, 25 June 2016 at 23:00 – Sunday, 26 June 2016 at 03:00, District 8 – 135 – 138 Francis Street, Dublin
Dublin Bears Afters
Parliament Hotel (Main stage ):
DISQO with DJ Aggie – 4pm – Adm FREE
George Michael tribute / Kylie goes GAGA – 8pm – Adm FREE
For more information: www.dublinbears.ie
Pantibar 7 – 8 Capel Street, Dublin 1
Spinster, Saturday, 25 June 2016 at 10 pm – Sunday, 26 June 2016 at 4 am Bad Bobs – Sycamore Street, Templebar, Dublin – View Map
Sunday, June 26th
Ceremony of Remembrance
It is important to take a moment to remember those that have lost their lives along the march, for freedom and for equality, and to celebrate their lives.
6.00pm Oscar Wilde Statue, Merrion Square, Dublin 2