Free Mobile App Launched for the Baltic Pride 2022

The organizers of the “Baltic Pride” 2022, National LGBT rights organization LGL, launched a new mobile application dedicated to the festival, which will be held in Vilnius from 1st to 5th of June. The app is designed to help festival participants to learn about all events, get to know speakers and performers and interact with other participants. To ensure that the application is accessible to all guests, the information is available in both Lithuanian and English.

A highlight of the app is the opportunity to communicate with other participants. This will allow members of the community to share their experiences and pictures of the festival – after all, community building is one of the most important goals of this festival.

The Baltic Pride app, which will be constantly updated throughout the festival, is the best way to get the latest news about the festival. Users will be instantly notified about new information or any changes in the program. Users of the app can even mark the most interesting events to create their own personalized schedule and make sure they don’t miss anything.

“The Baltic Pride app will become an innovative platform that helps to plan your own festival program faster, easier and be updated with the latest news,” says Jogilė Ramoškaitė, one of the creators of the app.

The Baltic Pride Vilnius 2022 mobile app is now available for free download in the App Store and Google Play store.

Baltic Pride 2022 is an international LGBT festival uniting the three Baltic countries, returning to Vilnius for the fifth time. The festival will take place from 1st to 5th of June. The program will include highlights such as: the international human rights conference Proud Cities Summit, an exclusive cultural evening “Pride Voices”, the open community space “Pride Art” and “Pride House”, official parties and, of course, the March for Equality and an exclusive concert where we will not only celebrate equality and solidarity, but also demand equal rights for the members of the LGBT community.

The app was prepared under the framework of the project Baltic Pride 2022 Communication Campaign, funded by the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany.