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Welcome to the Cincinnati Reds Community Nights page! The Reds are proud to celebrate diversity and inclusion at the ballpark. Our Community Nights are one of the ways we like to honor our city's rich culture and heritage.

Jewish Community Night

Pride Community Night

On Friday, June 11, the Cincinnati Reds celebrated Pride Month with a Pride Community Night at the ballpark. The organization was fortunate enough to have so many great people from the LGBTQ+ community come for a night of fun at Great American Ball Park. As part of a special ticket package, 1,000 people were able to receive a Pride hat which consisted of the Cincinnati Reds logo on the front of the hat with the Pride Flag stripes on the sides of the hat.

Andrew Morano, Vice President of Cincinnati Pride, was given the Pride Community Advocate Award from the Reds and TriHealth. The award is given to individuals who strive to better the community of Cincinnati. Andrew is originally from Cincinnati and helped organize the event on June 11th, and he also helps organize the Pride Night at Kings Island. The Cincinnati Reds are happy to announce the donation of $10,000 to the Cincinnati Pride organization.

African American Community Night

On Friday, July 16th, the Reds hosted their annual African American Community Night at Great American Ball Park. The special ticket offer included an exclusive Reds Originalitees T-Shirt, presented by Gallery at Gumbo, along with access to the Fioptics Rooftop District, where a live DJ entertained the crowd.

The night began with a ceremony for the African American Community Advocate Award winner, Rico Grant (Seen in the 'Grateful' t-shirt). Rico is a local entrepreneur who has made an impact throughout the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area. He is the founder of Paloozanoire, an organization dedicated to enriching the lives of Black midwestern professionals, creatives, and entrepreneurs. Rico is also the Creator and Owner of Gallery by Gumbo, a cultural barbershop and art gallery. And, he is the Executive Director of SoCap Accelerate, an organization committed to bringing the next leaders in health innovation to the forefront, based out of Northern Kentucky University.

AACN also featured the national anthem performed by the prominent local African American singer, Jazmyn Alexis, pictured in the pink dress.

Irish Community Night

Irish Community Night
Irish Community Night
Irish Community Night

Japanese American Community Night

German Community Day