Friday, September 13, 2013

Dodgers announce first annual LGBT night out at Dodger Stadium on September 27

From the Dodgers -

The Dodgers announced today the first annual LGBT Night Out at Dodger Stadium on Friday, September 27 (vs. COL, 7:10 p.m.). This special event was designed by the Dodgers in partnership with Tom Whitman and Flip Events. Fans can purchase tickets for LGBT Night Out at Dodger Stadium by visiting using the promotional code OUT. Groups of 20 or more will receive special recognition opportunities.

“We welcome all fans to Dodger Stadium throughout each season,” said Dodger Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Lon Rosen. “We are especially proud to welcome and recognize the LGBT community of Los Angeles, an integral part of the city and of the Dodgers community.”

LGBT Night Out at Dodger Stadium will feature a celebrity first pitch, the national anthem performed by a special guest with the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles. September 27 also includes Friday Night Fireworks with music by DJ Manny Lehman. Fans are invited on to the field immediately following the game for the fireworks show.

“The Dodgers have been standing on the right side of history from the days of Jackie Robinson through today,” said Whitman, Senior Vice President Flip. “LGBT Night Out on September 27 will be an amazing night for baseball fans, for the LGBT community and everyone who is true blue.”

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Unknown said...

what a difference 13 years makes

MarkH said...

LGBT night out is a HUGE mistake & a HUGE disappointment. I won't be supporting the Dodgers anymore.


MarcoS. said...

@ MarkH

Then you were never truly a Dodgers fan to begin with. The Dodgers organization has always been a oraganization of accepting people from all backgrounds, and breaking down the barriers of discrimination. You know about the number 42?

You are neither welcomed nor wanted at Dodgers stadium ever again Mark. The most disgusting human beings on planet earth are Dodgers fan turncoats.

Everyone else who bleeds Dodgers blue is welcomed.

It started with a mixx. said...

Thank you for what you said MarcoS. I am out an out and proud lesbian who was raised a Dodger fan. I am so proud of my team for doing this.