Charity Logo 2.jpg

Oban Pride 2022

Rescheduled FB Cover.png


We are delighted to be bringing a Pride Festival back to Oban in 2022.

On September 10th 2022, we will be returning with our Rainbow Stage, Youth Zone, Family Zone & Community Stall Village, all at the Corran Halls. To lead us there we will have our 2022 Pride March as well. 

Find out more about our plans for Oban Pride 2022 and why Pride is still important in 2022.

postcard 22.jpg

Our Next Event is  . . . .

Night at the Musicals SM.jpg

Check out our events as part of Leap Sports Festival Fortnight

Festival Fortnight Header (1272 × 450px) (1).png

Working Towards a Brighter Future

At Oban Pride, equality is at the forefront of what we’re working together towards. Our programmes and activities are designed to be a catalyst that helps community members reach their goals and fulfil their potential.

Learn more about the positive impact we have and join us in bringing about positive change.

Oban Pride was founded in 2019 when we held our inaugural Pride weekend. To read more about Oban Pride visit our About Us Page 

We are proud as an organisation to not only held an annual Pride Event but to have regular events and activities throughout the year including Oban Pride on the Waves, Rainbow Tea and our Friends of Dorothy Group. 

You can find out more about our regular events and activities in the What's Going on section


On this site you will be able to read all about Oban Pride including Our History, Our Upcoming Events, how to get involved as a Volunteer and even how to support us financially.

You can also visit our online store to purchase official Oban Pride Merchandise. 

Please feel free to browse the site, using the menu at the top of this page. 

If you have an questions or would like to contact us please do so.

We look forward to welcoming you to our Events soon and look forward to hearing from you. 


"All of us who are openly gay are living & writing the history of our movement. We are no more-and no less-heroic than the suffragists and abolitionists of the 19th century; and the labour organisers, Freedom Riders, Stonewall demonstrators, and environmentalists of the 20th century. We are ordinary people, living our lives, and trying as civil-rights activist Dorothy Cotton said, to 'fix what ain't right' in our society."

Senator Tammy Baldwin



Oban Pride completely relies on funders, donations & sponsorships.

As a Charity we regularly run fundraising activities as well as applying for funding and looking for sponsorship. 

If you're interested in supporting us financially, have a look at our support us section.

You can check out more of our supporters on our Supporters Page

Some of our current funders and supporters are