LGBT Community is #WickedProud to Celebrate Pride Week at Red Sox Game on Friday, June 12th
Boston Pride is happy to announce the third annual Pride Night @ Fenway Park, which will take place as part of the 2015 Boston Pride Week festivities. Boston’s LGBT community will be recognized at the Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays baseball game at Fenway Park on Friday, June 12th at 7:10 p.m. Boston Pride Week 2015 will be held from June 5th through June 14th. This year’s theme is “45th anniversary – #WickedProud.”
“It is such a wonderful opportunity for Boston Pride to work with the Boston Red Sox on Pride Night at Fenway Park, especially as we celebrate our 45th anniversary this year,” said Boston Pride President, Sylvain Bruni. “Last year, more than 500 Pride guests attended, and we hope that the event continues to grow into a Boston Pride Week tradition.”
In 2013, the addition of Pride Night at Fenway Park was the first time that the Boston Red Sox franchise hosted an official Pride Night event.
“This event has certainly embraced connections for the LGBT community. The Red Sox are very supportive and we are truly appreciate having them as a strong ally to our community,” said Boston Pride Board member Marco Torres.
This year, Pride Red Sox hats will be available at Pride Day @ Faneuil Hall on June 6 and at the Pride Festival on June 13 through a partnership with local business Brims4U.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit: redsox.com/pride
More information and details for Boston Pride’s 2015 Pride Week can be found at www.bostonpride.org
About Boston Pride
Boston Pride produces events and activities to achieve inclusivity, equality, respect, and awareness in Greater Boston and beyond. Fostering diversity, unity, visibility and dignity, we educate, communicate and advocate by building and strengthening community connections. Kicking off June 5 through June 14, Boston Pride will host ten days of events and activities that bring people together from all walks of life to celebrate diversity. Opening with the Annual Flag Raising Ceremony at City Hall, Pride Week 2015 will also include the Boston Pride Gala, Pride Day @ Faneuil Hall, the Human Rights Forum, Queeraoke, Pride Night @ Fenway Park, the Boston Pride Festival and Parade, the Pride Youth Dance, the Back Bay Block Party, and the JP Block Party. The theme of this year’s Pride celebration is “45th Anniversary – #WickedProud.”