With hundreds of Pride festivals called off across the globe, celebrations will be held virtually.
This year the capitals' annual celebration of LGBTQ equality considered one of the top five of its kind in the world will take place not on the streets of the city centre but online.
Festivities began on 18th June, and will conclude with a virtual parade tomorrow.
The "parade" will offer a combination of pre-recorded and live elements.
Organisers have also been a asking people to flood social media with images of their own homegrown or DIY parades with the hashtag #virtualprideparade.
Anyone who wants to take part or just view can do so here: https://dublinpride.ie.
— Dublin LGBTQ+ Pride (@DublinPride) June 26, 2020
One of the organiser Eddie McGuinness said the parade was now on a par with the St Patrick's Day parade:
“You now have two major festivals going on – one in March showing the tricolour at its best and one in June, showing the rainbow flag and bringing communities together no matter who you are.”