Why Gay Prides?

There are many reasons why there are gay pride events and celebrations around the world. One of the primary reasons is to celebrate and promote LGBTQ+ visibility, rights, and acceptance. Historically, the LGBTQ+ community has faced discrimination, violence, and oppression. Gay pride events, which started as protests and demonstrations for LGBTQ+ rights, were a way to challenge the status quo and demand equality and justice. Today, they serve as a way to celebrate the progress that has been made towards LGBTQ+ equality, while also recognizing the work that still needs to be done.

2023 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras

The 2023 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras will find place between 17th February 2023 and 5th March 2023. Part of Mardi Gras is the Mardi Gras Parade. This is  one of the biggest and most colorful celebrations of LGBTQ+ culture and pride in the world. The Mardi Gras Parade itself will take place on the 25th of February. The parade route winds through the streets of Sydney, starting in Hyde Park and ending at Moore Park, and it is lined with spectators cheering on the participants. The parade features over 200 floats, with thousands of participants dressed in flamboyant costumes and displaying incredible feats of acrobatics and dance. We have selected 10 great gay friendly hotels on our Hotels for Gays Sydney page.

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Winter Party Festival & Miami Beach Pride 2023

Two gay pride celebrations in Miami Beach will take place one month after another. The 30th Winter Party Festival will take place between 1st March 2023 and 7th March 2023. The 15th Miami Beach Pride will take place from 1st April till 16th April 2023. If you looking for an hotel to stay in Miami on our Hotels for Gays Miami page you can find several great gay friendly hotels.

White Party Palm Springs 2023

The White Party Palm Springs held 12th May – 14th May 2023 is not really a gay pride but a fantastic annual gay event. It is one of the largest circuit parties in the world and has been held since 1989 and includes a series of parties and events featuring world-class DJs, performers, and entertainers. The dress code for the White Party is, as the name suggests, all-white attire, and attendees often go to great lengths to create elaborate and creative outfits. In addition to the parties, there are also pool parties, after-hours events, and other activities throughout the weekend. The White Party Palm Springs has a reputation for being a highly inclusive and welcoming event for the LGBTQ+ community, and it draws attendees from around the world. Looking for a gay friendly hotel in Palm Springs have a look at the Hotels for Gays Palm Springs page.

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“One of the primary reasons of gay prides all around the world is to celebrate and promote LGBTQ+ visibility, rights, and acceptance!”

Tel Aviv Pride Week 2023

The Tel Aviv Pride week will take place from 5th June – 10th June 2023. The first Tel Aviv Pride Parade was held in 1998 and attracted a few hundred people. Since then, the event has grown exponentially, with tens of thousands of people from Israel and around the world participating each year. The parade typically starts at Meir Park and ends at the beach, where the party continues late into the night. If you want to visit this gay event it is important to book your hotel far in advance. Check our selection on Hotels for Gays Tel Aviv.

San Francisco Pride 2023

The San Francisco Pride 2023 will take place the 24th and 25th of June. The event celebrates the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) community in San Francisco, California, and beyond. The first San Francisco Pride event was held in 1970, one year after the Stonewall riots in New York City, which marked a turning point in the LGBTQ+ rights movement. San Francisco Pride has since become one of the largest LGBTQ+ pride events in the world, with hundreds of thousands of participants and spectators. The San Francisco Pride parade is the centerpiece of the event, featuring colorful floats, marching bands, and thousands of people dressed in flamboyant costumes. The parade usually begins at the Embarcadero and ends at Civic Center Plaza, where the festival takes place. The festival includes live music, food and drink vendors, and booths from various LGBTQ+ organizations and businesses. Once again book your accommodation in advance, see our selection of gay friendly hotels in San Francisco.