SUNRISE, Fla -- The Florida Panthers announced today that they will hold Pride Night presented by NBC6 on Saturday, Feb. 8 when the Panthers host the Pittsburgh Penguins at BB&T Center at 7 p.m. The fifth-annual pride night will welcome Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis for a ceremonial puck drop.
Panthers players will use rainbow pride tape during warmups that night. Fans can purchase mystery signed Pride pucks at the Florida Panthers Foundation table outside of Club Lexus with all proceeds benefitting the Foundation. The South Florida Gay Men's Chorus will perform the National Anthem that night. Fans can also enjoy a live band at the Coors Light Cold Zone prior to the Panthers vs. Penguins matchup.
Fans can purchase a Pride Night ticket package by clicking here. Those fans who purchase through this link will receive an exclusive Panthers pride towel. Season Ticket Holders can add on to receive the pride towel by clicking here.
The Panthers will be also be celebrating the city of Fort Lauderdale and Wilton Manors on Feb. 8 as part of Territory Takeover Saturdays. Fans who show their Fort Lauderdale or Wilton Manors resident ID will receive special pricing at all Coca-Cola and participating concession stands as well as special pricing at the Coors Light Cold Zone for those 21+ with ID. Fans can purchase tickets now by clicking here.
Single game tickets for Pride Night and upcoming Panthers home games can be purchased here or by visiting Ticketmaster.com.
Build your own perfect plan with Florida Panthers Flex Plans. Your perfect ticket option is available at FloridaPanthers.com/TicketCentral. Attend a Panthers game with a group of 10 or more to receive special group experiences or attend in luxury with a nightly suite. Territory Takeover and all promotional nights can be seen at FloridaPanthers.com/Promotions.