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https://youtu.be/MY50XhlNKLQ "We are different, but love is love and it is no different." Those words mean a lot when they come from someone living in fear of their life just for being who they are. Check out this new music video, directed by our founder Petter Wallenberg, starring...

”With music, we can give voice to people like us who don’t have one”. Our founder Petter Wallenberg​ was interviewed by Indian newspaper Mid Day about the forthcoming music album ”Rainbow Riots India” that he is writing and producing featuring queer Indian singers. Read full...

Last Saturday, India's first legal Pride parade was held in Bombay. What a landmark! India has the world's 2nd biggest population. Imagine how much that means to millions of people. Rainbow Riots’ founder Petter Wallenberg was invited to speak at the event, in front of thousands. This...

World premiere last night in Bombay: India’s first LGBT choir Rainbow Voices Mumbai performed a new musical collaboration with Rainbow Riots founder Petter Wallenberg as part of a concert during India’s first legal Pride festival, Bombay Pride. The musical piece will be released globally later in the...

We did it! After three months of rehearsals, this group of young Indian LGBT people did a dance flashmob on the streets of Bombay. The music was a new track that our founder Petter Wallenberg has made with Indian lesbian singer Pragya Pallavi called ”Love at first right” which...

"It started five years ago in Sweden as a protest against homophobia. Now, Rainbow Riots is a global movement, encouraging LGBTIQ freedom through the transformative power of music. Along the way, songwriter and project leader Petter Wallenberg has stared down the barrel of guns but...

Out now! Here is the new short documentary about Rainbow Riots' journey from the world's most anti-gay countries to the Pride stage!   In 2017 our founder, Swedish artist and musician Petter Wallenberg, created the music album Rainbow Riots featuring queer voices from the world's most anti-gay...

If you're in Stockholm, Sweden - head down the fabulous gay bar Side Track! They have created a special cocktail named after our track "Equal Rights"! 10 SEK of each cocktail goes towards our forthcoming LGBT centre in Uganda!...

Our founder Petter Wallenberg did an interview with Swedish radio P4 Extra about our plans to launch Uganda's first LGBT-centre. Listen here: ...

News agency TT Nyhetsbyrån picked up the news about our plans to open Uganda's first LGBT centre and it's gone out in nearly every major Swedish paper. Read it in SVD here: There is still time to donate to help us achieve this. Every donation is...