Buenos Aires’ Gay Pride ParadeNews Feed Comments. The parade takes place every year on the first or second Saturday in November. The party begins at 1 p. The parade has grown into a huge celebration from its humble beginnings in Due to a conflict with city officials, almost became the first year the party would not take place since then, but it did prevail and is bigger and better ever since. Starting in , the parade attendance jumped, drawing an estimated 40,, participants. Once everyone gathers, the parade begins at 6 p. The celebration ends with live music in Plaza Congreso, often with notable local pop acts such as Leo Garcia and Miranda.
Events will take place at various venues, culminating in the parade that runs every year along one of the city's most important avenues, Avenida de Mayo, from the Casa Rosada, or "pink house" - the headquarters of the Argentine national government in Plaza de Mayo - to the National Congress building. The event continues outside the Congress with speeches, music and dancing, which Virgin Saints And Angels Necklaces into the evening, and continues afterwards in buses, trains and bars and nightclubs. It attracted just people, many wearing masks to conceal their identity. The parade is usually held at the start of November to commemorate the founding of Nuestro Mundo, Argentina's first gay association, which was founded in The city's open-mindedness and cosmopolitan culture, together with Argentina's pioneering equal marriage and gender identity laws have established Buenos Aires as the top Gay Parade Buenos Aires for LGBT tourism in Latin America, and November is a great month to visit with the Asterisco film festival and the Queer Tango Festival also taking place in the city.
I've never been to Argentina , and thinking of planning a visit next year with a few friends, to coincide with BA gay pride, to celebrate a significant birthday. Could someone who has been provide a review of what the event is like? How does it compare to say a London, Madrid or Tel Aviv pride? Any advice? Hi Neil.
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Beatrice Murch. Every year on the first or second Saturday of November the streets of Buenos Aires are painted in rainbow colours. By the way, Argentina became the first country in Latin America, in which same-sex marriages were legalised. My Wishlist Sign In. Photo by Beatrice Murch.
More than twenty five years later, Buenos Aires has become the LGBT destination of choice in Latin America and the annual Orgullo pride parade attracts more than , people from all over the world. Avenida Santa Fe in Recoleta, and Palermo to the north with gay bars and nightclubs, are the gayest areas, and the historic San Telmo district is a magnet for gay couples looking to nest. The gay scene of Buenos Aires is quite spread out so your nearest hotel may be close to one district, but a taxi away from the next club. The main gay area is located predominantly in the large residential Palermo with a few places in trendy San Telmo and in the upscale Recoleta district.
Each year the pride parade takes place in November. The pre-parade party kicks off at 2pm in Plz de Mayo with a big party as participants arrive in costume for photos ops with stars and LGBT acivists. The feria open market is your one stop shop for the kind of souvenirs that would horrify your mother. More than , people attend the event annually. The parade itself begins at 6pm from the plaza and makes its way up the 11 blocks of Av de May to the Plz Congreso. Stay in Palermo close to all the gay bars Book Now and pay on arrival.
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The Buenos Aires LGBTIQ Pride Parade (Marcha del Orgullo LGBTIQ) is an annual demonstration in the Argentine capital in favour of the rights of lesbian, gay. Gay Pride Buenos Aires The event starts in front of Argentina's "pink house" , the Casa Rosada governmental palace in Plaza de Mayo. Every year on the first or second Saturday of November the streets of Buenos Aires are painted in rainbow colours. Like all mass events, the LGBT parade starts.