Tickets on Sale now! DGMC’s Holiday Follies: An Evening of Classics, Carols, and Camp

Denver Gay Men's Chorus, Rocky Mountain Arts Association News

The seasons change fast here in Colorado!  As we glory in the crisp—and sometimes hot—days of Denver’s autumn air, we can’t help but think of tinsel, twinkling lights, gingerbread, and the yuletide spirit!

It’s with that enthusiasm we announce that tickets for Holiday Follies: An Evening of Classics, Carols, and Camp are now on sale! Marking the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus’s first in-person performance in nearly two years and the kick-off to the chorus’s 40th anniversary, the holiday spectacular features a varied repertoire of music, including jazz, Broadway, popular, and classical works.


In recent years, DGMC has become known for its musical documentary format which uses music, narration, and multi-media to illustrate social issues. Part performance. Part Comedy Show. Part activism rally. There’s nothing quite like this! Holiday Follies is an experience not to be missed.

We have six performances scheduled in December across the metro area. Check your calendar and buy your ticket today!

DGMC will perform nightly from Thursday, December 2, through Saturday, December 4, in Denver at Central Presbyterian Church at 7:30 P.M. A matinee will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Saturday as well. Purchase tickets here.

On Friday, December 10, DGMC will perform at First United Methodist in Boulder at 8:00 P.M., followed by a Sunday, December 12, engagement at 3:00 P.M. at St. Andrew United Methodist in Highlands Ranch. To purchase tickets for these events, please click here.

COVID-19 Protocol

The health and safety of all artists, members, and patrons remain our top priority. At present for our upcoming live season, all performances are requiring face masks and proof of full vaccination at the door. All performers, volunteers and staff are fully vaccinated and will be wearing masks for all events.

These safety protocols will be updated periodically in accordance with the RMAA COVID Task Force, CDC, state, and local recommendations regarding singing and performing in large groups. As such, all concerts and events are subject to change.
Loyal and past concert-goers may notice we have a new ticketing system this year, and, in an effort to be more sustainable, no paper ticket is needed! We will have your name at the venue. If you have any questions or problems, email or call 303-325-3959. We’ll walk you through any concerns.

We can’t wait to perform safely for everyone live and in person!

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