Pride Movie Night At Oracle Park
Since we no longer have to celebrate virtually, it's time to dress your best, grab some friends, and celebrate Pride out loud! And this year, you can take the celebration to center field of Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants.
Pride Movie Night at Oracle Park
The San Francisco Giants are proud to celebrate the Bay Area's rich LGBTQ culture with its the first Pride Movie Night at Oracle Park, hosted in partnership with San Francisco Pride. All members of the LGBTQ community, as well as family, friends, and allies are invited to come out and show their pride at this event.
Pride Movie Night is scheduled for Friday, June 11 and Saturday, June 12. Doors will open each night at 6:30 p.m. Oracle Park will be transformed into the Bay Area’s biggest theater, with films shown on its massive 10,800-square-foot 4K scoreboard.
Tickets are on sale now. Seats are available at Club Level, Lower Box, and in center field, starting at $24.99
A full 90 minutes of pre-show entertainment will feature special guest appearances, live music, and more.
The Friday night screening will be the brand new movie musical, "In the Heights", based on the hit Broadway show written by "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda. Saturday night's movie will be the British musical smash, "Everybody's Talking About Jamie". All ticket proceeds benefit San Francisco Pride.
For current entrance and COVID-related policies, click here.
A Brief History of Pride
This may be the first Pride Movie Night at Oracle Park, but San Francisco Pride has been around for more than half a century. It wasn't an accident that San Francisco became the LGBTQ capital of the world. We've always been a city where everyone is welcome, where boldness is rewarded, and where nothing is more valued than the freedom to express yourself. Whether it's with the family you're born to or the family you made, celebrate San Francisco Pride, now and always. Because our community is your community.