Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus
The Anthems of Our Community
“Closing its season with its annual Pride Weekend set of concerts, conductor Ben Riggs and the 172-voice male chorus indeed exuded a sense of pride at not only its accomplishments, but in how skillfully it crafts its music.” - Rob Hubbard, TwinCities.com / Pioneer Press
44 years after Stonewall, Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus observes Pride weekend by honoring the past and celebrating our community’s hard-won Freedom to Marry. Don’t miss this uplifting celebration of our families, our Chorus and our community.
Featuring spirituals that helped us keep the faith, favorites of the GALA Chorus movement and the anthems of our community that will make you sing, dance and shake your groove thing with Pride!
Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus is proud to bring you “Entertainment Worth Coming Out For!”
Saturday, June 29, 2013 at 8 pm
Where: Ted Mann Concert Hall
Purchase individual tickets at the box office door at Ted Mann Concert Hall. Online and phone sales are now closed.
Pricing for Saturday performances (prices include all ticketing fees):
- Golden Circle: $53
- Level 1: $51
- Level 2: $41
- Level 3: $33
Individual tickets may also be purchased at the new walk-up location at the Rarig Center on the West Bank campus. Walk-up hours are 12 noon to 2pm, Monday through Friday.
Ticket prices increase the week of the concert performances. Save $5 on individual ticket prices by ordering early!
Community Initiative: TCGMC has selected Clare Housing as its community partner for “We Are Family.” Audience members are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items, household and personal hygiene items to the concert. Clare Housing will have a bin in the lobby at Ted Mann for you to drop off your items. Learn more about this concert’s community initiative and thank you in advance for your support!
Thank you to AT&T for their generous sponsorship of We are Family.
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A Broadway Cabaret
June 19-20, 2015
Past Shows This Season
Joyful and Triumphant
with The Copper Street Brass Quintet
December 12-14, 2014