Pink Iceland takes part in events all year round, adding its Pink touch to them. Whenever there is anything interesting going on Pink Iceland pops-up with fun tours, activities and micro events.
Every Thursday from 8pm at Samtökin '78, Suðurgata 3. Various activities include: DJ Night with Alda Villiljós/ Queer music; literature nights (part Icelandic/ part English); queer foreigners night; board game night; knitting night -- or simply coffee and a friendly chat. Third Wednesday each month from 6pm, Whatever Nights -- queer artists perform, open mic, etc.
August 31 -September 3, 2017. Bears, cubs, admirers & friends see little bit of Iceland & have fun with like-minded guys. Registration & Welcome Party, Golden Circle Tour, Top-Off Party, Trip to Geothermal Blue lagoon, BEARS ON ICE Main Party, Farewell brunch. More closer to event dates. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for info See website for 2105 event photos.
August 8-13, 2017. Six days of festival events, lectures, readings, workshops, queer cruise, gay walks, family festival, concerts, movies, comedy, cabaret, art gallery openings, parties, Saturday Pride parade, Queertronic Party, Queer Youth Party, Pride Ball big gay dance party - and more....
September 28 - October 8, 2017. Local and international feature films, documentaries and shorts from over 40 countries. Combined with the Reykjavik Queer Film Festival. See website or contact email@example.com for more information.
December 1-31, 2017 (TBC). The city comes alive with lights to lift the spirits of people in Reykjavík, the northernmost capital of the world. Live music, festive mood, Christmas songs in the brisk, invigorating air from every store on Reykjavík's main shopping street. Tours, snowmobiling, whale watches, spa, hot tubs, northern lights, New Year's Eve parties.
December 31, 2017. Almost every single person in the city takes a box of fireworks just before midnight to blow the old year to bits - then parties till dawn around community bonfires across the city. Kiki Queer Bar will also be having New Years Eve celebrations.
February 8-11, 2018. Amazing nature, nightlife and northern lights + fantastic international and local company. Waterfalls, erupting geysers, tectonic plates, the most popular LGBT party of the season, comedy, singing, activities, world class cuisine, geothermal baths - over 4 glorious days. A small pride festival that is the perfect winter getaway and a great introduction to Iceland.
February 10, 2018 (TBC) at Iðnó Restaurant & Theatre, Vonarstræti 3, Reykjavík. LGBTQ dance party during the LGBT winter festival Rainbow Reykjavik. Local DJs and performers.
February 10-14, 2018 (TBC) 5-day tour: stunning landscapes, awe-inspiring country. includes night at Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina, 2 nights at Icelandair Hotel Hamar, night at Frost and Funi, guided coach tour, Pink Party ticket, Vatnshellir Cave, Fridheimar Greenhouse, Blue Lagoon package, Northern Lights, Snaefellsjokull National Park glacier and coastline, seal/whale spotting.
March 1, 2018, annual observance marks the end of beer prohibition in 1989. A total ban on alcohol was relaxed in 1921 for wine and in 1935 for spirits. Icelanders celebrate at various bars, restaurants, and clubs on a rúntur (pub crawl) around town until 4am. Besides international labels, local micro-brews of lager, stouts and German-style Weissbier may be sampled.
March 15-18, 2018. 100 or so events transform the most northerly capital in the world into one big design venue. Fashion to furniture, architecture to food design, the festival showcases the best of the local design scene alongside international names. Opening with DesignTalks, a day of lectures by internationally acclaimed designers and foremost local design thinkers.