It is the 25th anniversary of the Pride Parade here in Trondheim and we are proud to have supported and advocated for a future without discrimination over the past quarter-century.
What pride stands for
Trondheim Pride supports our LGBTQIA+ communities in the pursuit of unquestioned equal rights. It is the right to be known, be heard, be understood and to be treated with respect. Trondheim Pride is looking to celebrate individuals of the LGBTQIA+ community while offering a platform for communicating the ever-present concerns about safety and value within our city.
The main goal of Trondheim Pride is to create events that ultimately inspire, educate, and celebrate queer culture. Together, we can work towards the common goal of showing Trondheim and Trøndelag as an inclusive, open, safe, and diverse place for anyone to live and grow up.
This is an opportunity to address the current and relevant issues facing the LGBTQIA+ community and its members. A celebration that is a form of activism and protest. To give a platform and an amp to the often-quiet voices that should be heard, as well as support the voice of activists and the event organisers.
Pride all over the world has an extensive and important history. This event honours the minority group who have struggled for decades to overcome prejudice and to be accepted for who they really are. Hopefully, by participating in the event, members of our community can feel safe, respected and accepted. While educating and opening the mind of their peers.
The parade will take place on the 10th of September at Trondheim Torg and will include many community members, performers, and cheering crowds, as well as a rainbow fair at 10 AM at Nidaros Cathedral.
Later in the day, there will be a Pride Party, open to everyone who participates as part of Pride, at 7 PM at Byscenen.
All of the celebrations are open to large groups, organisations, and teams, who can participate in the optional registration of their group through Trondheim Pride.
The parade will display countless rainbow flags that represent the LGBTQIA+ members. The rainbow represents the many groups and identities within the queer community.
Remember to bring your Pride flag and colourful clothing of choice to show off your pride!
Friday September 2 - Sunday September 11 2022