Get your rainbow flags ready, Pride returns to the streets of Brussels on 20 May.
About 150,000 people are expected to attend the event and take part in the march through the capital.
This year, the theme of the Pride celebrations in Brussels is “Protect the Protest” – a slogan first coined by Amnesty International, Protect the Protest is a call to action to defend the fundamental right to protest, in Belgium, Europe and around the world.
Another major milestone being celebrated by Pride in Brussels this year is the 20th anniversary of Marriage Equality.
The Pride march begins at 2 PM from Mont des Arts.
For more information, visit: www.brusselspride.eu
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