TALLINN - The LGBT+ cultural and solidarity festival Baltic Pride will kick off in Tallinn on Tuesday, June 6.
The Estonian capital last hosted the festival six years ago.
Baltic Pride 2023, held with the motto "One for All and All for Equality," will take place this time under the theme of solidarity and intersectionality, which means that the LGBT+ community is not alone at Pride.
The schedule of the week's events includes a Rainbow Heroes Gala, an international conference titled "Inclusive Environment, Safer Estonia!", opening of an exhibition titled "From 'Such' to LGBT Activism. 20th century stories about sexual and gender minorities in Estonia" at Vabamu, a charity comedy show and a family morning.
The Baltic Pride March to demonstrate support for diversity and equality will start at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 10.
The march gathering venue is Harju Street and the march will reach Tallinn's Urban Space Street Festival on Ravala Avenue, behind Solaris Center. After the march a concert and picnic with the community will take place in the festival area.