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Rainbow Reykjavík Winter Pride Festival


 13.2-15. February 2020 

This Pride programme offers a mixture of nature, activities, culture, cuisine, music and nightlife. It starts with Welcome bubbles at the Pink Iceland office followed by Queer Bingo and if lucky with the weather forecast there will be a hunt for the Northern Lights.  The day after guests will enjoy a LGBT guided tour around Reykjavík and then jump aboard a bus exploring the Reykjanes peninsula ending in a soak in the world famous Blue Lagoon. Optional dinner for this evening will be at Kol restaurant and from there the group walks together to Kiki Queer Bar for the 90's Glowsticks and Blue light Party. 

Rainbow Reykjavík guests will enjoy a tour of the Golden Circle, followed by an optional dinner before heading-off to the Rainbow Reykjavík Masquerade Party which is always hosted by some fierce individual. Organizers expect a crowd of up to 500 people for what has become THE club night to be seen at in Iceland. This event, as in fact all other tours and events of the festival, is open to everyone, and we encourage the local community to take part!

Extended programme is available for those who are arriving earlier and staying later. 

For more information check out: http://www.rainbowreykjavik.is/

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