News from Iceland's LGBT community

Mini Concerts with Icelandic Artists

  • Published: 01 June 2018

Pink Iceland invites you to meet some of Iceland´s best known LGBT+ artists at a series of mini events taking place this summer. The first event kicks off June 1st with the Icelandic Singer Elín Ey, who became known to the public after her first album release “See you in Dreamland” in 2008, performing.

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Rocky Horror with Paul Oscar

  • Published: 08 April 2018

Iceland’s favorite gay icon and king of pop Páll Óskar aka. Paul Oscar is now playing the part of Frank-N-Furter in the classic Rocky Horror Picture Show. In a new translation he is now a “sex genius” from the planet Transylvania were gender is non binary.

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BEARS ON ICE 2018 tickets now available

  • Published: 25 February 2018

BEARS ON ICE, Iceland´s only event for bears and friends, kicks off August 30th and takes over the local gay scene for 4 days. Tickets for the 2018 event are now available and if you´re planning to attend and get your hands on the Full Event Pass you better act fast as the Full Event Pass has sold out for the past events. 

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Pink Party: Masquerade Ball

  • Published: 07 February 2018

The annual Pink Party: Masquerade Ball will be held at the Iðnó Theatre on February 10th

The Pink Party is without a doubt the most glamorous LGBTQI+ event of the season as they say in their promo.

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Q´s final gathering at Iðnó

  • Published: 13 December 2017

Q - Queer Student Association is throwing its final gathering of this semester this Friday, September 15th at Iðnó. Headlining the event is the faboulous Margrét Erla Maack, the hilarous Jonathan Duffy and the magnificent music will be in the hands of DJ Norðrr. Start shining your shoes showering with glitter and get freaking excited. It is the time for Q´s final gathering!. House opens at 20:30 and entrance is free. 

BEARS ON ICE donates $3000 to HIV Iceland

  • Published: 27 November 2017

Since BEARS ON ICE started in 2005 the event the event has supported the local LGBT community. This year BEARS ON ICE proudly supports HIV Iceland by ISK 300.000 ($3000) donation to the organization. HIV-Ísland was formed December 5th 1988 and has played a key role in providing education, social help and support in Iceland. The Organization runs a small Community Center in Reykjavik, provides counselling, free condoms and runs free educational programs for individuals, schools and local businesses.

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