Red Sox to celebrate Pride Night at Fenway Park on June 13, 2023

June 13th, 2023

BOSTON, MA – The Boston Red Sox will celebrate Pride Night at Fenway Park today, June 13, with members of Boston’s LGBTQ+ community in ceremonies and pregame entertainment before the 7:10 p.m. Red Sox-Rockies game.

The National Anthem for tonight’s ceremony will be performed by the New Hampshire Gay Men’s Chorus, celebrating their 25th year. Members of OUTVETS, New England’s first LGBTQ veterans’ organization, will fly the colors. Celebrity DJ and Peloton instructor Jess King will throw the ceremonial first pitch.

Before her ceremonial first pitch, DJ Jess King will host a block party in the Big Concourse featuring a performance by entertainer Lilly Rose Valore when gates open at 5:40 p.m. Members of the Massachusetts and New Hampshire Chapters of Free Mom Hugs, a national organization that works to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community, will offer “mom hugs” on the concourse. DJ Harlow Havoc will host a pre-game Pride Party on the Sam Deck that is open to all ticketed fans attending the game. Fans who ordered tickets through will receive an exclusive Red Sox jersey with the Intersex Progress Pride flag on the sleeve.

The club will fly the Intersex Progress Pride flag at the ballpark throughout the day today. In recognition of Pride Month, the Boston Red Sox have made a donation to Boston Proud in support of their programmatic efforts including this year’s Chandler Street Block Party.

The Red Sox have hosted Pride Night at Fenway Park since 2013. Pride Night is part of the club’s ongoing effort to make Fenway Park an inclusive environment open to all fans.