News

A message from Rainbow Riots’ founder Petter Wallenberg: Happy Easter everyone! In these difficult times due to the Corona pandemic it’s even more important that we all stay strong and positive.  LGBT people can be hit harder by the social isolation, as we often don’t have the same family...

We were glad to be approached by fabulous Swedish coffee company Karma Coffee who wanted to support out work. They did so by creating a special coffee blend called 4ever Pride! They even donated parts of the proceeds to Rainbow Riots community centre in Uganda!...

The fabulous Stockholm gay bar Side Track in Stockholm, Sweden created special Rainbow Riots themed cocktails and donated part of the proceeds towards our work in Uganda! Thank you so much! 💓 Sweden's biggest gay site QX wrote about it (in Swedish):  "I ett halvårs tid har gaybaren Side Track sålt...

Rainbow Riots' founder Petter Wallenberg has been nominated for an award at Sweden's largest LGBT awards ceremony QX Gaygalan!! The category is "Keep up the good work" 💥🎉 You can vote for him here: ...

"LGBTQ people in Uganda live under constant threat and as late as last Saturday 100 people were arrested in a homophobic police raid in Kampala. Now Swedish Petter Wallenberg (founder of Rainbow Riots) has opened a community centre in the country where LGBTQ people can...

Last week an event was held in Mumbai to celebrate the one year anniversary of India’s decriminalization of same-sex love. India’s first transgender dance group Dancing Queens performed our song ”Freedom” that our Swedish founder Petter Wallenberg made with our LGBT collaborators in Uganda.  This display of unity shows that...

Today is the 1 year anniversary of everyone's equal right to love in India, as it's one year ago that the law against same-sex relations was abolished. To celebrate this we launch the final release from our album Rainbow Riots India, featuring India's first openly...

As part of our new album "Rainbow Riots India", Rainbow Riots' founder, Swedish musican Petter Wallenberg has been in Mumbai collaborating on music with India's first LGBT choir Rainbow Voices Mumbai! This project started when same-sex love was a crime in India, and by the end of it -...