LGBTQ+ Night At Dodgers Stadium Friday

LOS ANGELES- Since June is Pride Month, the Boys in Blue are celebrating this wonderful moment with a night under the stars at Dodgers Stadium on Friday, June 11th. Combining all of the wonderful aspects of LA: Equality, inclusion, diversity and fireworks of course!

Our defending World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers will face the Texas Rangers, first pitch is slated for 7:10 pm. Eras have passed, attitudes regarding the LGBTQ+ have changed and improved. Baseball has always been there, this event seems to truly define the meaning of our National Pastime!

(Justin Turner and Max Muncy discussing base running on May 15th. The Boys in Blue have been on a tear after a slow start to their season. PHOTO: Michael C. Floch)

 Dodgers have again teamed up with their long-time community nonprofit partner LA Pride to host their annual LGBTQ+ Pride Night at Dodger Stadium, presented by Blue Shield of California, on Friday, June 11th at 7:10 p.m.

This celebration of Los Angeles’ LGBTQ+ community will include drink specials in the pavilion bars, a special recognition of frontline workers from Los Angeles’ LGBTQ+ community and additional surprise guests featured during pregame ceremonies.

The fun also continues post-game with Friday Night Fireworks, set to music mixed by DJ Bowie Jane. A special event ticket package includes a ticket to the game and an exclusive Dodgers LGBTQ+-themed t-shirt.

( Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer is 6-4 with a 2.40 ERA. The former Cy Young winner makes the Dodgers the best starting rotation in MLB. PHOTO: Michael C. Floch)

June 11th will still have limiting seating. June 15th is the date when every seat will be available. Social distance will still be enforced- seating will be in socially distanced pods of 4 to 6 guests. Fully vaccinated guests may purchase up to 8 tickets in any section. You must provide a vaccine card and a negative COVID-19 test.

The National Anthem will be performed by VINCINT. For additional info visit: