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A Splash of Sass and Holigay Concerts, Shows

Published on: December 10, 2019

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Nothing says holidays like beloved Christmas songs. From Jingle Bells to Santa Claus is Coming to Town, the public is filled with cheer during this special time of year when musical tunes fill the air. Christmas concerts range from Mayor’s Tree Lighting Sing-Alongs, to school choirs and vocal groups on stage. Then there’s the community non-profit vocal groups and church choirs volunteering the voices for public enjoyment. And of course, the professional orchestras, choirs and entertainers all can’t resist doing crowd-pleasing holiday shows.

Like barbershop quartets known for their Singing Valentine fundraisers in February, men’s (and often gay men choruses) come together to present once-a-year shows usually performed at Christmas.

Merry & Gay California Holiday Shows

GLENDALE: Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles presents Holiday Spectacular December 21-22, 2019

LA MIRADA: Merry & Bright: Sounds of Joy, MenAlive Concert December 21, 2019

PALM SPRINGS: Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus Holiday Spectacular December 20-22, 2019

ROHNERT PARK: San Francisco’s Gay Men’s Chorus Holigays are Here Sunday, December 15, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO: San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Holigays Are Here, Ring Them Bells December 24, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO: Drunk Drag Boozemas December 13-15, 2019. Holidays stink and our moms were right for drinking so much White Zinfandel.

SANTA ANA: Holidays Are A Drag December 12-14, 2019

WALNUT CREEK: A Very Merry UnBoylievable Christmas
December 15, 2019

Concerts are done, but they’ll likely return next Christmas season!

LOS ANGELES: West Coast Singers holiday show

SACRAMENTO: Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus holiday hits

SAN DIEGO: San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus concert

SAN FRANCISCO: San Francisco Lesbian Gay Freedom Band dance & sing-along Nutcracker

 

 

 

 

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