Pride Amsterdam organizers announced this week that the event will take place this summer, but due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, there will be no canal parade.
Amsterdam’s iconic canal parade has been postponed until 2022
Lucien Spie, director of Pride Amsterdam, will host the parade with the expectation that participants and spectators will comply with the 1.5-meter distance rule, even after testing vaccinations and government access programs. Said that it was impossible.
“We are pleased that Pride Amsterdam can continue this year,” says Spee. “We are working with the municipalities to work on the most viable program … this is to examine every part and decide how to responsibly take action at that time. Means. “
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The coronavirus resistant version of the event will run from July 31st to August 8th, and the organizers will announce the official program in early July.
2021 marks the absence of the iconic boat parade on Amsterdam’s canals for the second year in a row, but the event will not take over the city for a week yet as the celebration is expected to be large-Pride Amsterdam Will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year.
Pride Amsterdam moving forward without a canal parade
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