Athens Pride continues to strive for equal participation in its events by improving conditions for an equally enjoyable experience for all. Despite current adversities, Athens Pride has rebooted, redefining its structure and reasserting its presence in the public space to improve the visibility, support and promotion of the rights of the Greek LGBTQI+ community.

This year’s festival will run from June 10 to 18, with events throughout the city, culminating in Syntagma Square for the main event and Parade on Saturday, June 18, 2022.

Accessibility & Athens Pride Events

Most Athens Pride events are organized by independent groups, which are solely responsible for the accessibility of their venues. Accessibility information for each event is available on our website, as supplied to us by the individual teams.

If you need assistance of any kind, just ask an Athens Pride volunteer. Look for the pink T-shirts!

Click here for this year’s spot with audio and text description.

Click here for this year’s poster with audio and text description.


  • Photo exhibitions have an audio description* via QR Code.
  • The description of each event has a QR Code.
  • Disposable earplugs are provided for people with sound sensitivity.
  • The films have trigger warnings which have been posted on the website separately for each event.
  • All movies and videos have Greek subtitles.
  • The Live Stage at @ Kotzia Square on June 10, 2022 will have simultaneous interpreting in GSL.
  • The program is available in plain text format.

Athens Pride Main Event – June 18, 2022

  • A wheelchair is available on site.
  • A person who knows GSL can be found at the Pride Office.
  • Disposable earplugs are provided for people with sound sensitivity.
  • The concert will have simultaneous interpretation in GSL.
  • The venue provides disabled-accessible chemical toilets.


  • The weather will be very hot with plenty of sun, hydrate and use sunscreen.
  • Some events may be loud, please bring a noise canceling headset with you.
  • Some movies have flashing images and strobbing lights, which are marked in the program.


* Audio and text descriptions and captions for accessibility were realized by ATLAS E.P.

  • Credits for the spot: Audio Description and Captioning for accessibility Emmanouela Patiniotaki (ATLAS E.P.)
  • Credits για την poster: Audio Description Emmanouela Patiniotaki (ATLAS E.P.)
  • Credits for the exhibits: Text Description Emmanouela Patiniotaki (ATLAS E.P.)

GSL Interpretation: HandsUp HandsUp Interpreters: Manuella Kaia Kagiopoulou, Yorgos Stathis, Elena Tsarsitalidi

The road to universal access is difficult and costly but we will not stop striving every year for the best. We will appreciate any suggestions on mail [email protected] or on the mobile of the domain +306946229026 (what’s up or viber) exclusively for accessibility issues.

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