Dublin Pride 2020: Here's a list of events taking place online this weekend
The event was moved online for this year due to COVID-19
By Clodagh Meaney
This weekend marks Dublin Pride, an annual event to celebrate the LGBTQI+ community, as well as highlighting the changes that need to be made for the advancement of equality.
Due to COVID-19, all events have been moved to online for the health and safety of the public.
This does not mean that Pride is cancelled, it just means that people need to come together in a different way.
Here are just some of the amazing events taking place online across the weekend:
Taking their annual event online this year, H&G are hosting a virtual party to celebrate pride.
Grab some props, your fave bottle of Rosé and join Kelly-Ann Byrne for tunes this Friday night from 9.
Tickets are available for free from the event's Facebook page, with a suggested donation to be made to BeLonGTo Youth Services.
Kicking off at 6am, Irish time, Global Pride is an online event led by a team of volunteers from every region of the world to ensure that everyone, everywhere, can take part in Pride this June.
The event will take place for 24 hours across the globe, and will be free to all.
Speakers include event host Todrick Hall, Rita Ora, Stephen Fr, Laverne Cox and Kesha.
Hosted by Chef Rory Morahan, Outhouse are set to host a virtual breakfast cook-along from 11am.
This year's Dublin Pride Parade is set to take place online this Sunday from 2pm.
A mix of pre-recorded and live elements, the event is to be hosted by Paul Ryder and Eddie McGuinness.
The Virtual Parade will be led out by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, alongside front line workers from across the city.
It will also feature members of the LGBTI+ community, their families as well as community allies.
Coming to you live from the Round Room at the Mansion House in Dublin, the Pride concert is hosted in collaboration with The George Bar.
Beginning at 7pm, the event will be hosted by Phil T Gorgeous and Bunny along with special guests including artists, activists and honoured guests.
The concert is free and will see performances from Luke Thomas & The Swing Cats, Brian Kennedy and IsTeach is Amach Queer Trad Musicians Live from Geilí at Panti Bar.
Other performances include Victoria Secret & Davina Davine with the RTÉ Orchestra and Leslie Roy Live from The Stonewall Inn in New York City.