Nets vs. Pistons

Saturday, April 6 | 7:00 PM

The Brooklyn Nets Pride Night United Game is an annual event honoring the LGBTQ+ community. The Brooklyn Nets are proud to be at the epicenter of where the LGBTQ+ movement began and take pride in amplifying the message of inclusion and self-acceptance in our borough and beyond.

Merchandise Collaboration

In celebration of Pride Night, New York-based designer and illustrator Adam Koon designed two merchandise pieces.


The Brooklynettes were joined by Vogue legends for a lesson in Vogue. The performance paid homage to the LGBTQ+ community by exploring the five categories of Vogue.


Fans were invited to take pictures in front of a Brooklyn Nets branded “Brooklyn is for Everyone” backdrop. Fans were also able to enjoy snow cones sponsored by Fanatics in Section 23 (with a purchase from the Fanatics team store) and the Qatar Airways Club.

Pre-Game Panel and Networking

Before the game, fans enjoyed a fireside chat with Sue Wicks, NY Liberty legend and first openly gay player in the WNBA, moderated by Bonnie Thurston, WNBA Director of Player Programs. Attendees then transitioned to a networking mixer with light bites and drinks sponsored by Patrón and Red Bull.

Post-Game Party

Fans enjoyed a post-game party in Barclays Center’s 40/40 Club with drinks sponsored by Patrón and Red Bull. Music was provided by Soul Summit and attendees were invited to take photos in front of a Brooklyn Nets branded “Brooklyn is for Everyone” backdrop.


The first 5,000 fans received a Pride poster designed by designer and illustrator Adam Koon.