An LGBTQ Look at Atlanta’s Spring Sports
Spring sports are underway in Atlanta! Here’s a brief LGBTQ look into the world of Atlanta sports, from the major league to recreational teams. working to end LGBTQ homelessness in Atlanta. To purchase your ticket, visit mlb. com/braves/tickets/specials/pride.
At the time of writing, Atlanta United has a streak of 13 games unbeaten at home with 2-2 draw against New England Revolution. The team will continue its regular season on May 28 against Columbus Crew at 7 pm. Atlanta United is currently ranked seventh in the Eastern Conference with four wins, three draws, and four losses.
All Stripes, Atlanta United’s LGBTQ supporter group, hosts tailgates before every regular season home game in Lot 17. $10 to $15 gets you three drink tickets and a fun group of people to get you warmed up for the game. For more information, visit allstripesatl.com/events.
Gottesdiener after the Women’s National Basketball Association and the NBA board of governors unanimously approved the sale in 2021. Kelly Loeffler, a former anti-LGBTQ U.S. Senator who lost her seat to Raphael Warnock, previously owned the team.
The Dream began their season on May 7 with a win against the Dallas Wings and is ranked second in Eastern Conference with three wins and one loss. Their next home game is on May 24 against the Washington Mystics at 7 pm.
Outside the world of professional sports, there are several upcoming events among Atlanta’s LGBTQ recreational leagues. which all teams will play two, begin on May 28. Double-elimination continues into May 29. Learn more at hslbigpeach.org.
Ho Sho Atlanta is Atlanta’s only live-singing, choreographed drag troupe in the city. Ticket sales will benefit Atlanta Bucks Rugby, as well as PALS Atlanta. The show will be held at City Winery and will start at 6:30 pm. Buy tickets at citywinery.com and learn more at hoshoatlanta.com.
Pride Run 5K
This gay square dancing club meets at Peachtree Baptist Church (2108 Briarcliff Rd NE) on Monday and Tuesday evenings. hotlantasquares.org
National Flag Football League of Atlanta
The NFFLA is the Atlanta chapter of the