Washington Football Team to host inaugural ‘Pride Night’ during matchup vs. Giants

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The Washington Football Team will host its inaugural ‘Pride Night’ tomorrow during its Week 2 matchup against the New York Giants on Thursday Night Football, according to D.C.’s Metro Weekly.


The organization reserved different parts of the stadium for those attending Pride Night to watch the game at FedEx Field. Tickets for the game are $30 per person for seats in the upper tier, $70 per person for seats in the lower tier, and $130 per person for the club section.

Prior to kickoff, there will be a pregame party with a buffet, beer and wine from 6:30-8:20 p.m. in the stadium’s Premium Kickoff Club. Admission for the pregame party is $28 per person.

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington and LGBTQ marching band DC’s Different Drummers are scheduled to perform. 

Washington will look to bounce back after a 20-16 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in its season opener. Starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick suffered a right hip injury midway through the second quarter and will miss significant time. Washington will turn to backup Taylor Heinicke.

The Giants lost 27-13 Sunday to the Denver Broncos at MetLife Stadium.

Both teams will look to get in the win column Thursday night.

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