Big Gay Sing 5: Back on Broadway

NEW DATE & LOCATION!
Aug 19   7:30 PM

First United Methodist Church
501 N Tryon St
Charlotte, NC 28202

You'll have to wait just a little longer for Charlotte's biggest, pinkest, fluffiest, most outrageous sensation. The air conditioning in our concert original venue isn't working, and when days hit 95 degrees, that just won't do. So we've had to move the performance to Friday, August 19 at First United Methodist Church in Uptown Charlotte. That's the eve of Charlotte Pride on August 20 and 21, so make a weekend of it!

FUMC is convenient and has plenty of free parking. It’s also beautiful and resonant. You'll love it!

And you’ll still get to sing and dance along to your favorite songs from Broadway's best shows with queer characters, gay story lines, lesbian protagonists, and trans heros. We'll have you up out of your seat singing songs from current shows like Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, Kinky Boots, Dear Evan Hansen, and The Prom, and even a few from classics like Rent, The Cher Show, andSomething Rotten! You'll have a gay old time!

Not got your tickets yet? Well, what are you waiting for!? And just for sticking with us when things get sticky, use discount code STICKY at checkout and save $10 on each ticket purchased.

Due to to the rapidly-changing nature of the pandemic, COVID-specific safety protocols will be announced about two weeks before the show. Protocols may involved requirements for vaccinations, masking, and/or social distancing.

Any patron who is unable or unwilling to follow the announced protocols will be offered a full refund for themselves and anyone in their party. Thank you for your understanding as we work to ensure your safety and that of the singers and staff.

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Fri, Aug 19th, 2022 at 7:30 pm
Please note the new performance date and location.
 
 

$35 & $25 - Adults
$25 & $20 - Seniors (65+)
$20 & $15 - Students
$10 - Children 14 and under (with purchase of an adult, senior, or student ticket)

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