The pride march will take place on July 2, 2022 in Marseille. To accompany this unmissable event, Pride Marseille organizes parallel events to raise awareness and inform all audiences. Discover the program!
Not less than 30,000 people are expected to parade at Marseilles Pride. A craze for the LGBTQIA+ cause which increases every year and which is due in particular to the awareness and information actions organized as part of the month of pride in June.
9 exhibitions, 13 shows, 15 events, 7 conferences! For 15 days, Marseille sees life in a rainbow… Everywhere in the city, in partnership with associations, cultural structures and traders, about fifty events will be offered to all audiences.
Among the exhibitions, “Sport and Pride” gives the floor to sports personalities who confide in their sexuality. Free admission until July 2 (except weekend of June 25 and 26) at the auditorium of the 1uh and 7e boroughs.
It is at the Grobet-Labadié Museum that 174 slides by the American artist Nan Goldin will be displayed. “The Other Side” takes us on a discovery of ballroom the stage, spaces created by LGBT people of color at the time, in response to beauty and fashion competitions in which they were excluded, between 1972 and 1993. Free admission until July 3.
An extraordinary exhibition at the Mucem until July 16. “Exposing Our Rights to Hearts – Our Identities, Our Universal Rights” features photos bodies tattooed with a letter from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This crazy project is that of human rights tattoo which consists in tattooing 6773 people all over the world with for each of them a letter of this famous declaration. Want to participate in the adventure? A tattoo workshop at Coco Velten is organized on Saturday June 25 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free by reservation at [email protected]
On the show level, we will let ourselves be TRANSported by “Les Trans Dansent!”, a project created to open a unique expression space to the LGBT community. After the broadcast of a documentary on the meeting of each actor of the project, we discover the performance of transgender, non-binary dancers and questioning their identity. Monday June 27 at the Théâtre de l’oeuvre and Thursday June 30 at the Coco Velten.
Music will also be a big guest of this fortnight with, in particular, a 100% female rap concert. On the program: Waka and a surprise guest. This show will be followed by an open stage for all the singers! Thursday, June 30 at the hyperion musical space. FREE ENTRANCE.
A massage yes, but queer and intuitive. Learn the basics and let your hands do the talking. A workshop will allow you to discover the techniques of this type of massage on Sunday June 26 at Lyttia Boutique.
Yoga sessions, walking lessons, city bike tour… Athletes or those in the making will be spoiled for choice thanks to the activities offered by the FrontRunners Marseille.
It is the second largest Gay Pride in France! While it gathered barely 400 people in 1993 for its first edition, they will be nearly 30,000 to parade Saturday July 2.
A festive moment certainly but above all event to better recognize the LGBTQI+ community. 101 claims will be presented on this occasion to the political institutions of the territory. They relate in particular to parenthood, trans-identity, sex workers, intra-community discrimination in the LGBTQI+ community.
This year, Pride Marseille will leave at 3 p.m. from the Porte d’Aix to join the rue de la République then go through the Cours Belsunce, the Canebière and finish around 6 p.m. at the Old Port. “A unique and inclusive journey” as indicated by its organizer, Ronan Canterle.
To end this month of pride in style, an electronic music festival will take place on 1uh and July 2 in the gardens of the Palais Longchamp. Two stages will host around ten DJs each evening. Ticketing.
All the funds cited during these evenings will be used to support local projects young LGBTQI+ collectives often in difficulty to obtain public subsidies.
Because of their sexual orientation, they suffered attacks, words of blessing but also received comfort. Marie, Habib, Alicia, Stéphane, Khaled, Loïs, Eleny and Stan are part of the LGBT+ community. They agreed to tell us about the difficult times they had to live but also happier memories.
“Right in the eyes”, a series from France 3 Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur in collaboration with Pride Marseille. To see from June 25 to July 2 on France 3 Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur and on paca.france3.fr
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Saturday July 2 in Marseille