Excitingly, Pink Dot Singapore’s renowned pride celebration is set to make a physical comeback after two years on June 18 for a one-day event.
In an Instagram post on May 4, organisers announced they can double confirm the date with no more changes as a result of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
Hong Lim Park will host the event. Pink Dot 14 will include epic performances, passionate speeches, community tents offering insight and understanding about sexual orientation, food trucks and plenty more.
Equally, participants gather to form a ”pink dot” to showcase inclusiveness, diversity and freedom to love. Certainly, Pink Dot in Singapore is the perfect place to picnic with loved ones. In addition, supporting the mission that LGBTQI+ have a place in our society.
In 2021, Pink Dot was held virtually. As a result, programmes and events were livestreamed to celebrate the movement in Singapore.
Pink Dot SG was formed in 2009, and hosts an annual event in support of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer community in Singapore.