Everything You Need To Know About Madrid Pride 2015

By The Gay UK, Jun 17 2015 07:00PM

Madrid Pride. It’s one of, if not the, largest Pride events in Europe.

Visited by around 2 million people every year, this week long festival is jam packed full of amazing parties, events, street festivals and a parade that will knock the socks of anyone game enough to visit. Known as Orgullo (Spanish for Pride), the whole event is open, and greatly visited by, people from all walks of life, so finding your LGBT+ brothers and sisters may be a little trickier earlier in the festival. Come the last weekend, from Thursday to Sunday and the gay-only events really kick into gear.
Not only is the Main Parade on Saturday afternoon at 6pm, the WE Party festival begins on Wednesday the 1st and provides a mega-gay party event every day until the end of the festival. With a pool party on Friday, followed by the Pervert party, which – from memories at the Circuit Festival in Barcelona – is a wild wild party with *plenty* of skin on display. The main festival party after the parade is the WE Party ‘Call me now’ Festival at Fabrik – it’s a bit of a ways out of town, but there is a shuttle bus available for a small fee. Featuring DJs like Phil Romano and Filpe Lira, this party is sure to be packed full of man-flesh for you to grind with and dance until long after the sun has come up.
For those who just don’t know when to stop, there is also non-stop festivities in town all Saturday night, Sunday and the Closing WE Paradise party with an opening party by Beyond London on Sunday night from 6pm. DJs Aron and Sagi Kariv from Israel are headlining this party that is sure to be an awesome way to end an incredible week-long festival.
As with most things, party tickets are always more at the door, so it’s a good idea to pre-purchase tickets online atwww.wepartyfestival.com.
Check back here for a round-up of the whole event, including some great behind-the-scenes footage from the WE Festival – and look out for us: Maybe we’ll see you there!

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