Last updated June 23rd 2021
Be PROUD of who YOU are! This year is not only about celebrating all the colors of our beautiful selves, but also raising awareness of the prejudice and violence towards the LGBTQ+ community. Events and marches will be centered around pushing against hatred and standing for inclusivity and equality – but don’t forget to celebrate the love we already have for each other! Cover photo by Niv Glazman.
King George 48, Tel Aviv | 11.30pm | 50 NIS
To the infinity and beyond 🦹♀️ In the coming pride – jump in the Ozen Bar! The whole country is marching and the BiSi is also returning to Ozen Bar for a celebration of one-time multi-dimensional bisexual three-dimensional as we like. Adi Degani straight from the legends will play Pop Trash Kitchen that makes joy in the heart into the night. Read more.
Gordon Pool | Eliezer Peri 14, Tel Aviv | 18:00-22:30
The best Gordon Pool fitness instructors will teach a variety of sports classes in all areas, alongside workshops on nutrition and body image, competitions and tournaments, and a WipeOut lane in the pool. Read More.
Ozen Bar | King George 48, Tel Aviv | 19:30
A one-off evening of Pride songs, covers and originals. This is the opportunity to celebrate who we are and what we create! Read More.
Shpagat | Nahalat Binyamin 43, Tel Aviv | 21:00
This is going to be phenomenal, abnormal evening that will make you jump long before you have time to say hop, and make sure you all go up and not down all weekend! Thursday the song and the clip made for Pride with the genius Ilan Peled and the perfect Noa Kirel will officially come out and of course it will be rehearsed all week – Trilili Tralala! Read More.
Gordon Beach, Tel Aviv | 12:00-19:00
Pride Now! Shine on! We are compelled to return to the streets of Tel Aviv, demand security and fight for our rights. In the face of hatred, we will demonstrate love and pride! When regression is apparent; while prejudice and hatred are rising; as we are threatened with laws and regulations… A call to everyone who cares about an inclusive, just, tolerant Israeli society and humanity – join the masses in this protest. Spread light and love to change reality! Read More.
Gordon Beach, Tel Aviv | 11:00-17:00
A Tel Aviv Pride March for LGBTQ+ Olim and English-speakers! Olim and English-speakers will be marching for equal rights and invite anyone to join! Read More.
phi garden | Ha’am 54, Tel Aviv | 12:00
A wet and hot complex with pools, attractions and an inflatable water slide for a Fire and Water throw down. In the morning dance in the sun and water, then head inside for an afternoon and night of wonders! Read More.
Park Hayarkon | Tel Aviv | 16:00
The beloved DJ and music producer Ofer Nissim returns with a huge one-of-a-kind party, which will be the first major pride event in the world since the Corona eruption. Promise to be surprised, enjoy and fly! Read More.
Bar Giora | Shlomo Ibn Gabirol 30, Tel Aviv | 20:30
Keep the Pride alive for the end of Pride Month! Every celebration is a good opportunity for a vodka cranberry, but this celebration might make it hard to keep that drink down from all the laughing and chanting. Read More.
For fun parties on Friday night check out Beef and Forever party lines on Facebook.
MORE PRIDE PARADES AROUND ISRAEL
Liberty Bell Park, Keren HaYesod St, Jerusalem | 14:30-18:00
The Jerusalem March for Pride and Tolerance has become the largest and most significant civil rights movement in Jerusalem, and maybe even in Israel. For the past 15 years it has symbolized a persistent struggle – especially in the city of Jerusalem – for equal rights, liberty, personal security and protection. Bring a hat and water to this midday march for equality! Read More.
Stock Center | David Ben Gurion 38, Ramat Gan | 20:30
Prepare the flags and take the shimmering dresses out of the closet because you are about to get acquainted with one of the biggest pride events that are going to take place in the country this year – Ramat Gay 2021! A colorful event that is all a symbol of tolerance and equality in the city of Ramat Gan. Read More.
Be’er Sheva Municipality, Be’er Sheva | 17:00-20:00
Be’er Sheva is marching! Since the 2018 revolution and the first Pride Parade in the capital of the Negev, this year continues the tradition with a march welcome to anyone and everyone! A sense of unity accompanies us like never before, as we gather to march for human rights, equality and love of difference. No more injustice and violence, only acceptance and love! Read More.
Carmel Center, Haifa | 10:00-16:00
Haifa is marching! Bring the rainbow to the northern streets to stand for equality, freedom and safety, and the reminder that there is a place for every color on the spectrum. Despite our differences, whether they are colors, faiths or cultures, we are interlinked with each other. So join the Pride and Tolerance March to be a part of the uncompromising struggle for fellowship, solidarity, diversity and inclusion! Read More.