Pride week is kicking off on the 21 June and is running until 30th June and the whole capital is getting in the mood.
But, it looks as though Dublin Bus is more excited than any of us put together.
They have changed their yellow and blue colours and have opted for the rainbow and we are really liking the multi-colour switch.
We think it looks even better than the 2017 version, what do you think?
Speaking about the change in 2017, Dublin Bus Chief Executive, Ray Coyne outlined the company’s commitment to celebrating diversity and LGBTQ inclusion:
"We are delighted to support another year of Dublin Pride. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion stems from our Equality and Diversity strategy that was first introduced in 2003. We are a diverse workforce serving a diverse community."
The main parade will take place on the 30th June and begins at 2pm sharp, these are the diversion in place for the day also.
People and floats taking part in the parade will be assembling at St. Stephen’s Green South and the route will follow the 2017 parade.
It will start in Stephens Green South heading towards Kevin Street before going south towards the river, crossing Fr. Matthew Bridge and driving up Church Street before turning into Smithfield.
Although this is only a short-term colour change, Dublin Bus will be actually changing colours for good, here's what the new buses will look like.