Athens Pre Pride Party

Athens Pride, in collaboration with the Athens Epidaurus Festival, will hold its annual Pre-Pride Party on Saturday, April 20th, at 260 Peiraios, Area D at 23:00.  

The Athens Pride 2024 organizing committee is excited to welcome you to this imposing industrial venue for a spectacular party. The awesome lineup includes 5 DJ sets and 3 acts, with mainstream pop, greek, house pop & electro – for non-stop partying till dawn.

For the past 20 years Athens Pride has taken to the streets to claim the self-evident from Greek institutions and society. Our days of fear and isolation are over.

Join us to celebrate out, loud and proud.


Lineup  (A-Z)


Pan V


PJ Mugiwara

Xenia Ghali

Acts (A-Z)

Athens Shibari

House Of Milan

Queen Aria Di Vine

FB Event Link

Ticket Link

Early Bird: 10 euros (Entrance and 1 drink)
Early Drinking Bird: 20 euros (Entrance and 3 drinks)
Unicorn: 12 euros (Entrance and 1 drink)
Golden Unicorn: 24 euros (Entrance and 3 drinks)
Entrance Ticket: 15 euros (Entrance + 1 drink)

Limited number of tickets at the entrance, please purchase your ticket online.

The proceeds from the party will be allocated in their entirety to the implementation of the Athens Pride Festival 2024.

From Athens Pride: 

Since 2005 Athens Pride has been an energizing force for the Greek LGBTQI+ community. Last year, more than 170,000 people participated in the largest Parade ever. This year the Festival will launch on May 17 and includes dozens of events throughout the city, to culminate on Saturday, June 15 in Syntagma Square, with our Pride Village of community organizations, Main Concert and, of course, the Parade through the city center

From Athens Epidaurus Festival:

The Athens Epidaurus Festival raises the curtain this year in a world ablaze. With 93 productions in 85 days and the contribution of approximately 2,500 performers and creators from around the globe, we invite you to see the world in a new light, and to expand the time within you over the evenings you will be joining us. This year’s performances take on a political perspective, in the sense that they focus around the challenges of coexistence in contemporary societies: the demand for Democracy, Justice, and Inclusion, as well as the urgent need to engage in public life. This thread that runs through this year’s edition from Peiraios 260 to the Odeon of Herodes Atticus and all the way to the ancient theatres of Epidaurus.

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