Why See San Diego Gay Men's Chorus - Motown?
Back for 2019!
Are you ready for a brand new beat? The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus is back with the biggest and best hits from Motor City in this spring spectacular. Expect to hear all of your grooviest favorites from Stevie Wonder, Aretha, Diana Ross & The Supremes, Lionel Ritchie and many many more. With the talented ensemble of over 200 singers and dancers, sparkling costume changes and incredible renditions we're sure this year's show will have you dancing in the streets!
Formed in 1985, the SDGMC is one of the world's largest gay-identified choruses, shining a beacon of hope against bigotry and raising positive change for various social issues. Now under the care of artistic director, RC Haus, the chorus has over 200 singers, dancers, and volunteers within its organization, and has performed at the country's most important venues and occasions, including the White House and the Super Bowl. Their previous shows include their festive holiday show Jingle, and their hit 2016 show California Dreamin', a celebration of the sunshine state!
Performance date: 13 April 2019
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