Fri 11 June 2021 - Thu 4 November 2021 | 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Ben Tsion Melchett - Ben Tsion, Tel Aviv, FREE
* Dates for 2021 still to be confirmed *
*Due to the current Corona situation, The Pride Parade along with Pride Week have been postponed until further notice. Discussions have been made about rescheduling to August, stay tuned for updates.*
Details of the Parade:
10:00 Event in Ben Zion Avenue: Shows, activities for the whole family, stalls
12:00 Launching of the Parade from Sderot Ben Zion.
The parade will go down Bograshov Street, turn right on Hayarkon, and then turn left on Frishman to Herbert Samuel, and then head down the beach for a large party in Charles Clore Park!
14:00 A party in Charles Clore: The best of the DJs, and a family and youth complex
Details of Road Closures (in Hebrew only)
Why the Parade is Important
Tel Aviv Aviv Pride Parade 2020- The LGBTQ Battle continues!
In a poll answered by thousands of participants, the LGBTQ community chose to change the traditional way of celebrating pride events by giving them an added value of meaning, protest visibility and a call for liberation, safety and equality for the members of the LGBTQ community in Israel.
The LGBTQ movement, starting in the late 60s, going through dozens of events that were essential in the community’s collective memory, most recently the big LGBTQ protest last summer – The “pride battle” continues throughout the pride events and in the biggest parade in Israel the will finish them off on June 14th 2019!
Alongside of the big celebration, this year we would like to pass a clear message and a firm demand for safety for the members of the community, suitable services, education for tolerance and open mindedness, legal equality and allocation of resources.
The “Battle” is not only in the streets, but also in our ability to meet and see our selfs as a community year round, and to make an effort to see all of the groups that assemble us. The revolution that began at Stonewell in the 60’s continues till this day and is depended on our ability to work through our internal differences and to carry the historical torch, and an clear message by it: “The LGBTQ Battle continues”
Be proud and come march with us in a pride parade which is both the biggest party in town and a huge protest for the entire LGBTQ community!
Check out some of our Favorite Photos from Last Years Parade
Every year Pride Parade pictures and videos get better and better, last year’s highlights include the beautiful picture above by Roie Kashi (check out his Instagram), Basti Hansen’s iconic aftermovie, Jamie Bomsztyk’s air view of the parade and this year’s edition of the religious lady (not) enjoying the parade. Thanks everyone for sharing! And thank you Tel Aviv for being such an amazing Pride city!
Featured image from Yaov Hornung.
This event is featured in Secret Tel Aviv’s Pride Guide of the Best Events during Tel Aviv Pride Week.