Rochester summer hues are illuminating what's turning out to be a colorful baseball game — a celebratory moment as the Red Wings held its first-ever Pride Night on Tuesday.

Jamie Williams attending the game from Lima said, “It’s nice to see the community come out. It’s more than just people supporting the Pride Night. Its normal — baseball fans who would come out normally and it’s nice to see everyone enjoying a family activity all together.”

Gabriella Misucci, 9, attending with her parents, brother and best friend said the reasons she wore her outfit was due to her mom.

“My mom just told me, that today was Pride Day so I decided to wear the rainbow,” said Misucci.

Janice Ferger has lived in Rochester for about five years now and said, “I’m a straight person but I work in the theater community,” showing her support to the ones she loves she adds, “Coming to an event like this is showing my support for those people who are in my life and who are important to me.”

The first 500 people through the gate received free white t-shirts. Other merchandise for purchase during the event included black t-shirts, caps and polos.

Pride Night is a collaborative effort with ‘The Out Alliance’ and is another way of supporting LGBTQ+ members of the Rochester community.