AAPI Heritage Night

With Brooklyn home to more than 300,000 residents of Asian and Pacific Island descent, the Nets annually celebrate their culture and contributions with a night at Barclays Center during a Brooklyn Nets game.

Women’s Impact

The Brooklyn Nets Women’s Impact Night United Game is an annual event that celebrates and shines a spotlight on Women’s contributions to society.

Noche Latina

The Nets celebrate the culture and contributions of their Hispanic and Latin friends both at home and around the world each year with Noche Latina.

HBCU Night

The Nets recognize the contributions of HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) during Black History Month. This night will include special performances, recognition and events.

Pride Night

In the city that launched the first pride march in 1970, the Nets celebrate our LBGTQIA neighbors with our annual Pride Night.

Black History Month

Throughout the month of February, the Brooklyn Nets will celebrate the legacy and impact of Black Americans contributions across a range of fields with specialized content, in-arena presentations, panel discussions, player profiles, and community initiatives.

Chinese New Year

The Nets celebrate the holiday of the Chinese New Year with a special game night presentation spotlighting China’s most important annual holiday.

MLK Celebration

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. left a bold legacy in his fight for racial equality and social justice, and the Brooklyn Nets honor his lasting impact each year by recognizing his message, bringing it to life with community initiatives and examining how he continues to influence American life today.

Season of Giving

Everybody deserves to celebrate the season and feel the holiday spirit, and the Nets are committed to reaching out to our neighbors throughout the season.

Hoops for Troops

The Nets honor the service and sacrifice of our nation’s veterans and active-duty military with a year-round mission that culminates with Hoops for Troops night.