HomeCulture2,000 People Join the Pride Parade in Tampere – View the Pictures Editorial Team 06/11/2018 Culture, News The Pride Parade crowded the streets of the city center in Tampere on Saturday, June 9, 2018. Picture: Tiago Mazza TAMPERE. The 2018 Pirkanmaa Pride Parade, organized by the LGBTI rights organization Seta, took place in Tampere, central Finland on Saturday. Participants marched from the Ratina shopping mall to Laikunlava, a park of the old city library, where a stage has been built to serve the cultural needs of the town with about 233,000 inhabitants. According to the organizers, about 2,000 people joined the march. This year there will be a record number of Pride events arranged across Finland, according to Seta: nealy 20.Click to find out more. The LBGT community is celebrating the international Pride month, a commemoration of the Stonewall riots in June 1969, which became a symbol of the gay rights movement. Pride events for the remaining year: Kokkola Pride 16.6.2018Helsinki Pride 25.6.–1.7.2018Kainuu Pride, Kajaani 7.–8.7.2018Queerstavi Pride, Kustavi 14.7.2018Lohja Pride piknik 2018, 14.7.2018Oulu Pride 2018 18.–22.7.2018Turku Pride 4.8.2018Lahti Pride 14.8.–2.9.2018Åland Pride 13.–19.8.2018Porvoo Borgå Pride 25.8.2018Kouvola Pride 25.8.2018Raseborg Pride / Raasepori Pride 1.9.2018BorderPride, Tornio-Haaparanta 27.8–2.9.2018Mikkeli Pride 27.10.2018 Here’s the photo coverage of the Pirkanmaa Pride Parade by Tiago Mazza. Picture: Tiago MazzaPicture: Tiago MazzaPicture: Tiago MazzaPicture: Tiago MazzaPicture: Tiago MazzaPicture: Tiago MazzaPicture: Tiago MazzaPicture: Tiago MazzaPicture: Tiago MazzaPicture: Tiago Mazza Comments comments GET NOTIFICATIONS OF NEW ARTICLES NameEmailThank you!