Neighbourhood Pride
Neighbourhood Pride
Museum Pride
Museum Pride


L'Orgull fills the city

In June, Barcelona will once again be partying and campaigning to commemorate International LGBTI+ Pride Day and defend the rights and freedoms of LGTBI communities.

The “Orgull de barri” [Neighbourhood Pride] and “Orgull de Museus” [Museum Pride] projects are accompanied by a wide ranging programme of activities —produced in collaboration with Barcelona‘s LGTBI Centre and run by the Catalan Platform of LGTBI Organisations—, tailor-made for the enjoyment of city residents, while also advocating for sexual, affective and gender diversity.

The celebrations will culminate on the day itself, 28-J, with the second L’Orgullosa macro-concert.


Large concert at Moll de la Fusta wharf with free admission

Once again, the commemoration of International LGTBI Pride Day will culminate on 28 June with the second edition of L’Orgullosa. The Moll de la Fusta will host this massive concert in celebration of diversity, love, dissidence, corporeal diversity and the pride of the LGTBI collective.

Presented by Llum, the show is designed for dancing, travelling and championing the rights of the collective, with performances by Tanxugueiras, Niño de Elche, Rocío Molina, Yerai Cortés, Maestro Espada, Perrate, Bikoko, Aída Tarrido and Putochinomaricón DJ Set, among many others.

Neighbourhood pride

More than one hundred arts events and activities to celebrate diversity

In June, L’Orgull will once again have a city-wide, decentralised programme, bringing the celebrations to every city neighbourhood, so that all city residents can enjoy the festivities and celebrations. Under the slogan “Orgull de barri”, or Neighbourhood Pride, the organisation is presenting over 100 artistic projects that showcase the group‘s perspective. It is an intergenerational, transfeminist and intersectional programme, produced in collaboration with Barcelona‘s LGTBI Centre —run by the Catalan Platform of LGTBI Organisations—, civic centres, libraries and stakeholders in every district, who work all year to advocate for LGTBIQA+ rights.


Exhibitions, workshops and guided visits with an LGBTI theme

During the celebrations, various city museums are once again joining forces to reinterpret their spaces and collections from an LGTBI perspective. Through exhibitions, guided visits and workshops, they offer a perspective that takes into account sexual, affective and gender diversity, in areas such as nature, sports and artistic creation, among others.

This year, the facilities taking part in the LGTBI Centre’s initiative include: the Barcelona Olympic Museum, the National Art Museum of Catalonia, the Barcelona Maritime Museum, the Barcelona Natural Science Museum, the Joan Miró Foundation, the Barcelona Centre for Contemporary Culture and the Museum of Archeology of Catalonia (MAC).


The universe of Egle Zvirblyte, the image of L’Orgull and L’Orgullosa

The illustrations for the municipal project celebrating the International LGBTI+ Pride Day and the L’Orgullosa music poster are the work of Egle Zvirblyte, an artist who, throughout his career, has focused on the themes of identity, transformation, human connection and feminine empowerment, expressed with an explosive use of colours, composition and shapes. A vindicatory, irreverent, aggressive and festive style, not unlike the defence of the LGTBI community‘s rights and freedoms, and the most enlightened side of Barcelona.

Egle Zvirblyte


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