News from Iceland's LGBT community

The Hump Day Social - September 2021

  • Published: 29 August 2021

The Hump Day Social is a monthly social event for gay men to meet up. The location changes each month. The hope is to create a positive space for gay men to raise a glass with each other.

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Reykjavík Pride 2021

  • Published: 15 June 2021

A large number of Icelanders are now vaccinated against Covid19, infections are rare and most restrictions have been lifted. The next months are looking great here in Iceland and the biggest party of them might just be Reykjavík Pride 2021.

The organisers recently announced that Reykjavík Pride will be held on August 3rd – 8th and they "could not be more excited about it!"

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The Hump Day Social is back

  • Published: 15 June 2021

The Hump Day Social is back and the next event is at Jörgensen on June 16th from 19:00. 

"It’s time for a revival, to come out of Covid and meet again. Let’s dust off and get social, celebrating our friendship and new connections over a drink and a chat. Together with Bangsafélagið we welcome you all to the first Hump Day Social of the year. We will meet at Jörgensen on June 16 from 19:00. See you then!"

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PINK PARTY #11 // Masquerade 2019

  • Published: 14 February 2020

The Annual Pink Party: Masquerade Ball is back February 15th. And as the organizer say: The Pink Party is without a doubt the most glamorous LGBTQI+ event of the season.

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The Hump Day Social at Curious

  • Published: 28 August 2019

Join us for The Hump Day Social at Curious tonight. The Bears on Ice event starts tomorrow and early arrivals will also be attending. Curious is offering 2 for the price of 1 on beer and wine. The Hump Day Social is a monthly event for gay men to meet up. The location changes each month. The hope is to create a positive space for gay men to raise a glass with each other.

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New Pride Parade Route!

  • Published: 17 August 2019

This year Reykjavík Pride parade starts at 2 p.m. sharp and goes from Hallgrímskirkja church, down Skólavörðustígur, Bankastræti, Lækjargata and Fríkirkjuvegur, see map. The parade concludes at Sóleyjargata, near Hljómskálagarður, where an outdoor concert takes place.

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