From the US to Australia and everything in between, there are places to celebrate the LGBT community all over the world. Here, TTG rounds up the latest LGBT-friendly product news.
Thessaloniki will host EuroPride 2020 – the first time the celebration will be held in south-east Europe.
Taking place from 20-28 June, activities will include art exhibitions, outdoor parties, concerts and film screenings.
Italian LGBT+ specialist operator Quiiky has launched a new range of tours for 2020, including Vatican Museum in a Gay and Lesbian Light, which explores artworks referencing homosexuality.
The annual Malta Pride celebrations will this year run from 4-13 September, with myriad events taking place in Valetta.
Visitors can expect street parties, LGBT+ parade floats, concerts and a post-Pride dance jamboree.
Sydney has won the rights to host WorldPride 2023.
The event will coincide with the 45th anniversary of the first Mardi Gras Parade and the 50th anniversary of the first Australian Gay Pride Week.
The first-ever joint pride will take place from 12-22 August 2021 in Malmo and Copenhagen, with a bridge linking the two cities.
In Copenhagen, visitors can explore themed “villages” aimed at families and sports enthusiasts.
The Family Week in Provincetown, the largest gathering of LGBT+ families in the US, will return this summer.
Running from 25 July to 1 August, the event will see people come together for singing, dancing, games and beach parties.
The Whistler Pride and Ski Festival will return in 2021.
Taking place from 24-31 January, event highlights include the Splash Pool Party, Furrocious Military Ball and the opportunity to hit the slopes for skiing and snowboarding.
Greater Fort Lauderdale will host the inaugural Pride of the Americas this year.
From 21-26 April, the celebration will comprise DJ sets, drag brunches and fashion shows, with conferences discussing topics including conservation.
The Philadelphia Black Pride Celebrations is marking its 21st anniversary this year.
The event (23-26 April) was founded by the Colours Organization, which aims to educate, inspire and improve the lives of black people in the LGBT+ community.