Free Pride concert with Normani, Betty Who set for Brooklyn Mirage

The concert will celebrate "the universal humanity of all people regardless of ethnicity, orientation or gender identity." 

Former Fifth Harmony singer Normani and Australian pop-icon Betty Who are set to headline a free Pride Month celebration concert in Brooklyn Tuesday.

The WorldPride Concert, set for the Brooklyn Mirage, is hosted by HBO and serves as a physical extension of its “Human By Orientation” initiative that “highlights the universal humanity of all people regardless of ethnicity, orientation or gender identity,” the network announced.

Normani, who’s currently on tour with Ariana Grande, and "Somebody Loves You" singer Betty Who will be joined by Leland, whose 2017 single “Mattress” was dubbed an “anthem about unrequited queer love” by Out Magazine. Also on the lineup: house music performer DJ Timo Weiland.

“🌈🎶 Beyond thrilled to be taking the @hbo stage for WorldPride NYC!” Weiland wrote on Instagram.

Previously, the only way into the concert, set for June 25, was by winning a pair of tickets from HBO. But after popular demand, the network has opened the concert up to fans for free. 

You can score your free ticket by registering at eventbrite.com.

The HBO concert is one of many celebratory events taking place in the city next week in anticipation of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots and the June 30 Pride March. 

Meghan Giannotta