Support Boston Pride by joining us for our annual Pride Night at Fenway Park on Friday, June 3. This kick-off event to Pride Week will be the perfect way to celebrate this organization. Fans who purchase tickets through this special offer will receive a Red Sox Pride Flag. Ticket proceeds will benefit Boston Pride organization.
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.
For groups of 20 or more and any additional questions please contact Travis Pollio at email@example.com or 617-226-6790.
You Can Play
You Can Play works to ensure safety and inclusion for all who participate in sports, including LGBT athletes, coaches and fans. You Can Play believes sports teams should focus on the athlete's skills, work ethic, and competitive spirit, not their sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
Sports Equality Foundation
LGBT athletes, coaches and sports leaders inspire us and one another. We exist to empower them, and together demonstrate that equality in sports transforms everyday culture to be more inclusive and welcoming for all.
Pride Night VIP
New this year is a pre-game VIP Meet and Greet with Billy Bean, MLB's Vice-President, Social Responsibility & Inclusion. All tickets for the VIP Package include access to this event, a Food and Beverage buffet in the Champions Club, and a copy of Billy Bean's book Going the Other Way: An Intimate Memoir of Life In and Out of Major League Baseball. Space is limited for this event.
Billy Bean serves as MLB's Vice-President, Social Responsibility & Inclusion. His role is to provide awareness of baseball's social responsibility initiatives, with a particular focus on LGBT inclusion, and to communicate resources to all players, coaches, managers, umpires, employees, and stakeholders throughout MLB to ensure an equitable, inclusive, and supportive workplace for everyone.
On June 14, 2014, Bean was announced at Major League Baseball's first-ever Ambassador for Inclusion. He played in the Major Leagues from 1987-1995. Bean broke into the big leagues with the Detroit Tigers, and tied a major league record with four hits in his first game. He went on to play for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres. Bean was a two-time "All-America" outfielder at Loyola Marymount University before graduating with a degree in Business Administration. He is also an advisory board member of the Sports Equality Foundation, aimed at providing support to LGBT athletes, coaches, and team leaders in every sport.