Every year in August, Copenhagen Pride offers activities where LGBT issues are at the centre of attention. It is both festive, colourful and political with awards, parties, concerts, films and other kinds of entertainment.
During Copenhagen Pride Week there are plenty of activities around Copenhagen, with City Hall Square - renamed Pride Square - as the focal point of action.
Access to the square and all events there are free to attend. However you can show your support for the Pride by buying the official Pride bracelet - on sale at the square. The parade always ends on Pride Square aka Copenhagen City Hall Square, and is followed by a live show and an afterparty.
Copenhagen Prides' app, CPH Pride, is now available in iTunes App Store.
Copenhagen Pride always ends with a large, festive and colourful parade. In 2015, a record-breaking 21,000 people strutted their stuff through the city, jamming the traffic with floats and rainbow flags.