Author: Rainbow Riots

Rainbow Riots were on the cover of not one but TWO of Sweden’s biggest newspapers for our appearance at Stockholm Pride! Read the interview with Svenska Dagbladet here:...

We are preparing to have our own big Rainbow Riots float in the Stockholm Pride parade, with our album playing on the speakers and our guest artists from Uganda, Jamaica and Malawi performing through the parade! In their home countries this wouldn’t be possible, so...

Yay! Today at 14:00 we have a Rainbow Riots seminar at Pride House/Kulturhuset! At 19:30 we perform our songs from the Rainbow Riots album LIVE on the main stage at Stockholm Pride. See you then! More info here:...

Out now: Our new single – “Freedom”, which is defiantly life affirming in light of the events during which it was conceived. The fact is that during the filming of this video in Uganda the team nearly got arrested, simply for wearing rainbow colored make...

After more than two years of working together on the Rainbow Riots project this week will be the big crescendo of the world premiere of our music LIVE in front of an international audience. The plan was to get all of our Ugandan performers over –...

The Swedish Institute, the national PR for the country of Sweden, have asked us to be in charge of their Instagram account during Stockholm Pride week! So until Sunday Rainbow Riots takes over Sweden’s own Instagram to give you updates on our activities, seminars and...

We are proud to announce that not just one but four tracks from the Rainbow Riots album are featured by American Radio station Kexp on their podcast “Music that matters”. Our new single “Freedom” opens the podcast! Listen here:...

BBC World’s programme The Cultural Frontline interviewed our director and founder Petter Wallenberg and our Ugandan collaborator Kowa Tigs about our musical Rainbow Riots collaboration! The show is broadcast worldwide tomorrow (Saturday) and again on Sunday. There is even a small sneak preview to listen...