Dusty Dreams

On 22.6.24, we will once again take to the streets together as a queer and anti-fascist Pride.
All infos about the demo you’ll find here.

After the common fight against oppression, let’s show that our dreams are strong and alive – at the Queerpride After-Demo-Party under the motto Dusty Dreams!

On the grounds of the Festspielhaus Hellerau, you can snack with friends, perform your favorite karaoke song with allies, marvel at art by queer artists and dance into the morning in transformed spaces.

All kinds of surprises and a phenomenal line-up on 2 floors await you!

Come along and bring your friends! Queer and Antifascist – unite and resist! 

Lineup / Timetable

coming soon!


Waiting for ages outside the door and wondering whether you’ll get into the club? We think that sucks too. That’s why we’re delighted to be able to offer advance ticket sales this year in cooperation with HELLERAU in addition to the box office. From 11.06. you can get your tickets on the Hellerau website, There are three price categories – 6 €, 12 € or 18 €. You give as much or as little as you can. The entrance fee will be used to cover staff costs at the venue and to compensate artists for expenses. The rest will be donated to Queer Pride, so that we can keep fighting for our rights.

+  If you don’t have any/enough money, we install a solidarity fund at the entrance to redistribut money. People who can put money in the fund and people who need it are invited to take from this fund. It’s a trust based concept and no explainations are needed.

Age & Awareness

For all young queers aged 16 and over:

You are also cordially invited to take part in our afterparty “Dusty Dreams”! With an accompanying slip signed by your parents or legal guardian, you can dance, chat and join in until midnight!

Simply bring the completed and signed slip with you to the party and show it at the entrance. We look forward to experiencing an unforgettable night with you!

There is a bar concept in accordance with the applicable youth protection regulations. There will also be an awareness team on site and a Safer Night Life stand in case you feel unwell in any way during the evening. 

To ensure that everyone gets to the party and back home safely, a streetcar will run every half hour throughout the night from the Festspielhaus Hellerau.

Accessibility, hygiene concept, arrival & departure

Infectious diseases pose a particular threat to at-risk groups and people with a compromised immune system. If you have cold symptoms, show solidarity and cure yourselves at home. We want to organize a party that is a safe place for as many people as possible. 

The Festspielhaus HELLERAU is accessible for people in wheelchairs. The entrance is through a side entrance, please ask at the door. The venue has a wheelchair-accessible toilet.

You can find more information about the venueand how to get there at

Arrival and departure by tram

It is possible to get on and off the streetcar using the ramp provided. Please note that you must board at the first door. To reach the Festspielhaus HELLERAU by tram, there are two exit options. You can find pictures of both on the website.

  • Stop Festspielhaus Hellerau 
  • The ground at the “Festspielhaus Hellerau” stop is covered with gravel, which can restrict the mobility of wheelchair users. An approx. 6 cm high edge on the pavement and the main road must be crossed. There are no traffic lights. From the “Festspielhaus Hellerau” stop, it is approx. 330 meters to the venue. The path is partly uneven and not easy to roll on due to the gravel surface..
  • Stop Heinrich-Tessenow-Weg
  • To get to the Festspielhaus Hellerau from the “Heinrich-Tessenow-Weg” stop, follow the sidewalk of the main road in the direction of travel up the right-hand side of the street. The distance from the bus stop to the Festspielhaus is 550 meters and is therefore longer than from the “Festspielhaus Hellerau” stop, however it is easier to roll on.

The entire night there will be a tram connection from and to Hellerau so that we all can get to the party and back home again easily.

There will be a “quiet/chill” room without music, but not completely silent, where you will have the possibility to lie down. Contact the awareness team if you would like to go there.

Please reach out to us if you have any further questions or needs in order to attend the event: