Event Information

Thursday, June 10, 2021
Astros at Red Sox
7:10PM EDT

Fenway Park
Boston, MA

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Boston Red Sox Pride Logo

Pride Night @ Fenway Park

Boston Pride and the Red Sox are delighted to announce the seventh edition of Pride Night @ Fenway Park.

Support Boston Pride and join us for our annual Pride Night at Fenway Park, Thursday, June 10, when the Red Sox battle the Houston Astros.

Join us again for a special first pitch, with the national anthem sung by the talented Aaron Patterson.
Ticket proceeds will benefit Boston Pride.

The first 1000 fans who purchase for this special offer will receive the new Progress B t-shirt.

Note: Those who purchased a ticket, here are instructions regarding the Progress B t-shirts, from the Boston Red Sox:

Pick up of the t-shirt will be at the Team Store on Jersey St, starting when gates open at 5:40 until the end of the 3rd inning. Sizes are available on a first-come, first-served basis with sizes available from S-XL. You will present your game ticket, the ticket will be verified, and you will receive your shirt.  No bags are provided.

Please note, to limit multiple touch points, fans will not be allowed to view/touch multiple size shirts. The size shirt you request is the shirt that you will receive. Thank you for your understanding.

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Marty Martinez, Chief of the Mayor's Office Health and Human Services for the City of BostonBoston Pride has the honor of having Pride Night’s first pitch thrown by Marty Martinez, Chief of the Mayor’s Office Health and Human Services for the City of Boston. Chief Martinez oversees 10 departments that include the Boston Public Health Commission, the Office of Recovery Services, and Boston Centers for Youth & Families, as well as the Department of Youth Engagement and Employment. Most importantly, Chief Martinez has led, and continues to lead, the City’s response to the COVID pandemic, which has led him to being named one of the top 100 most influential Bostonians in 2021. Chief Martinez is married to his husband Matt, and lives in Dorchester with their dog Petey.

Aaron PattersonWe are so lucky to have Aaron Patterson join us to sing the National Anthem at this years Pride Night @ Fenway.  Aaron is a recent graduate of Boston Conservatory’s class of 2021, where he obtained his Bachelor’s in Fine Arts for Musical Theatre with an Emphasis in Dance. Aaron’s time in Boston has been filled with many gratifying theatrical experiences; including the New England Premier of Choir Boy (SpeakEasy Stage), Hair (New Rep Theatre), and Parade (MoonBox) where his portrayal of Jim Conley won him the Elliot Norton Award for Best Musical Performance by an Actor in 2020. Aaron gives all the glory to God, and thanks his family and boyfriend for all of their constant love and support.  You can follow Aaron’s Instagram page at @aaron_patterson11.