Germany’s largest community for gay and bisexual men has all the CSD dates for 2011 Germany’s largest community for gay and bisexual men has all the CSD dates for 2011. whether in Germany or elsewhere in Europe the culture weeks, parades and street parties are the dates for calendrically arranged and packed with more information. The CSD season 2011 can go: GAYS.DE presents its users from immediately a comprehensive calendar of events for Germany and Europe. This year, the own CSD & pride guide offers even more dates and detailed information about the various parades, cultural weeks and street festivals. More than 70 dates are stored in the purpose-built CSD & pride guide 2011 in Germany and from all over Europe. Additional information about the cultural and evening events around the respective Christopher Street Day, as well as a detailed route description can now be obtained on GAYS.DE.
This year was the GAYS.DE CSD & pride Guide Eventful events added: already held the largest lifestyle fair for the Lesbian and gay audience in Munich and Hamburg in March. The GAYVENTION loads in the 12th and 13th, and on the 26th and 27th March 2011 at the fair. Of course also the GAYS.DE will welcome back team and all his visitors at the own booth with interesting actions on-site. Another highlight in the GAYS.DE calendar is the first GAYS.DE CommunityCamp to the ColognePride of 2011 65 boys and men are in the Cathedral City together from 01 to 04 July come and experience the GAYS.DE CommunityCamp. Your own house right by the station is the ideal starting point for an eventful weekend in CSD. Q%3d%3d’>Kevin Ulrich. There are three nights in the GAYS.DE CommunityCamp starting from 99,-euro. All information about the booking are available at camp. The many CSDs recall the first known uprising of homosexuals and other sexual minorities against the arbitrariness of police in New York in 1969 Christopher Street. Since 1979, parades and rallies will be held in Germany. Every year several hundred thousand people gather to demonstrate for more recognition, acceptance and tolerance. Ronald Zinke