WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Capital City Go-Go, the Washington Wizards’ NBA G League affiliate, announced today their 2022-23 regular season theme night and giveaway schedule.
Capital City will host eight different theme nights and six giveaways during the season, beginning with a reusable tote giveaway for the first two games of the season on November 5 and 6. The home opener will also be Union Night built by LiUNA, celebrating the hardworking men & women of our community with recognition of various Locals and their members.
The Go-Go will hold “The Beat Keeps Going” night on November 15, a celebration of go-go music, history, and the work being done to preserve a uniquely D.C. culture in coordination with D.C. Public Library’s Annual Go-Go Preservation week. Fans in attendance will be treated to go-go music, unique concourse activations, and can take home their very own Capital City Go-Go poster printed in the style of go-go concert posters pioneered by Globe Printing.
The Capital City Sips Series also return for the 2022-23 season featuring live go-go music, unlimited beer & wine, and great views of Go-Go basketball. Sips Series tickets also include a different collectible cup with each game.
Friday, December 9, 2022: Holiday Edition
Friday, January 6, 2023: New Year Edition
Friday, January 25, 2023: Go-Go Music Edition
Friday, February 10, 2023: Valentine’s Edition
Friday, March 17, 2023: St. Patrick’s Day Edition
Other giveaways from the Go-Go include a youth beanie (Jan. 29) and a Wizards & Go-Go branded item for the December 11 game to be announced at a later date. All giveaways will be to the first 202 fans in attendance, a nod to D.C.’s area code. A full list of Capital City’s theme nights and giveaways can be found below.
Nov. 5 - Union Night built by LiUNA: celebrating the hardworking men & women of our community with recognition of various Locals and their members. Special Union Night ticket packages include a Go-Go Union Night t-shirt and are available through the Capital City Go-Go Sales Team.
Nov. 6 - Scout Game: The Go-Go are celebrating boys & girls involved in scouting. This special game includes an opportunity for Scouts to participate in a Pinewood Derby competition at halftime.
Nov. 15 – The Beat Keeps Going: On the heels of DC Public Library’s Annual Go-Go Preservation Week, “The Beat Keeps Going” theme night is a celebration of go-go music, history, and the work being done to preserve a uniquely D.C. culture. Fans in attendance will be treated to go-go music, unique concourse activations, and can take home their very own Capital City Go-Go poster printed in the style of go-go concert posters pioneered by Globe Printing.
Nov. 27 - Hoops for Heroes: a special game to recognize the men and women serving in our Armed Forces, veterans, and their families. Military members and veterans will receive a special ticket discount and recognition in game. Special ticket packages include a Go-Go Hoops for Heroes camo hat.
Dec. 11 – Throwback the Beat: Capital City Go-Go will celebrate the Wizards’ 25th anniversary season and feature Wizards themed content, special appearances, and a Wizards and Go-Go giveaway for the first 202 fans in attendance.
Jan. 29 – Go-Go Family JAMboree: A special game day filled with fun and activities for kids and families. The first 202 kids in attendance will receive a Go-Go beanie
Feb. 15 – Education Day
Feb. 25 – Faith & Family
Mar. 25 – Made in DC Night
Capital City will continue the Go-Go Season Pass for the 2022-23 season, which includes a ticket to each home game, allowing fans to enjoy the entire season for one low price. Fans interested in the new Go-Go Season Pass, Group Tickets, Education Day game, or any home dates are encouraged to call (202) 864-4350 or email email@example.com for more information. Single game tickets are also now on sale and can be found here.
More on Globe at MICA: For decades, Globe posters brightened D.C. street corners, neighborhoods, and concert halls shouting the names of legendary go-go musicians and bands, movies stars, and more. When Globe Poster Printing Corp. closed its doors in 2011, the Maryland Institute College of Art stepped in to preserve Globe’s archive and to ensure the Globe story didn’t end. MICA keeps Globe's legacy alive as the Globe Collection and Press at MICA, a working press, a teaching tool, and a source for research. Learn more: https://globeatmica.com/mica-and-globe/