MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Bucks will celebrate the LGBTQ+ community during Saturday's game.
The team will host their fifth annual Pride Night at Fiserv Forum. The Bucks play the Sacramento Kings at 6 p.m.
The celebration will spotlight and celebrate small business Lumpia City, nonprofit MKE LGBT Community Center, and community advocate Kerri Balliet. It will also spotlight Wisconsin's LGBT Chamber of Commerce.
The halftime performance will be put on by four local Queens, including a produced video sharing their stories.
Lumpia City and Flour Girl & Grill will have concessions takeovers during the game.
According to the Bucks, a portion of the proceeds from your Pride Night ticket package purchase will go to the Milwaukee Bucks Foundation to support LGBTQ+ community partners.
A Pride Night ticket package includes one game ticket and a pair of pride socks. You can purchase a package by clicking here. A pride shirt will also be available to purchase the Bucks Pro Shop.
Pride Night is presented by the Froedert and the Medical College of Wisconsin health network.