Nuuk Pride is an LGBT festival which is held every June in Nuuk, Greenland. A colourful and festive occasion, it combines political issues with concerts, films and a parade and different arrangements. The focal point is Katuaq in the city centre. It usually opens on the day of the Pride arrangement, culminating with a parade. The first time the pride was held, some 1,000 gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual people and supporters took part in the parade with floats and flags.
Nuuk Pride began in 2010. The city's pride festival has since been held every year.
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