Nothing says Christmas time in Colorado like a Denver Holiday Show! Don’t miss out on the magic, fun, and laughs!
Denver’s arts are alive and well. There are a TON of Christmas and holiday shows going on this year you shouldn’t miss out on! There is a Denver Holiday show for everyone this year, so get your seats now!
Trans-Siberian Orchestra: the Ghosts of Christmas Eve
Opening Night: November 19
The Ghosts of Christmas Eve is an exciting new production by the Trans Siberian Orchestra! This Denver Holiday show should not be missed. People are already raving about the show, saying “It’s a deleverage extravaganza. Never have you felt ‘Jingle Bells’ rumble in your chest so heavily or been mesmerized by ‘the Nutcracker Suite’ so completely.” – citypages.com. Check out their rendition of Carol of the Bells –
A Christmas Carol
Opening Night: November 25
The classic Christmas tale of Scrooge and his past, present, and future. The classic tale thrills, chills and lightens the heart. Running until Christmas Eve, shows range anywhere from $75-$93 depending on the day and time.
Colorado Ballet: The Nutcracker
Ellie Caulkins Opera House
Opening Night: November 26
This year marks 56 years of the Nutcracker at the Colorado Ballet. Joined by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra, we’re excited to see what changes and new twists they have in store.
Opening Night: November 20
When hip-hop meets ballet, you get a marvelous performance that combines the elegant score of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker and Hip Hop beats. The story has been moved to New Year’s Eve, the mouse army has been replaced with a mouse-eared gang, a humble nut seller is the one who saves the day, the Land of Sweets has been transformed into a nightclub trapped in 1985, and Pirouettes have been changed to floor windmills. This show is truly a modernized classic. Check out these clips from last year’s performance.
Opening Night: December 6
Celebrate the season with an A Capella twist! Country group Home Free is bringing their harmony-rich southern sound on a sleighride. Busting out all the Christmas classics, the plaid-clad quintet will leave you in awe with their talents. You gotta check out this Denver holiday show with a country twist!
Opening Night: December 13
Now in its thirteenth year of touring, ex-Stray Cats frontman Brian Setzer sets the tone for shows with his wildly innovative guitar-playing and off-beat humor. The Brian Setzer Orchestra is an 18-piece swing and jump blues band made up of Setzer himself as well as an entire orchestra of talented musical artists.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Opening Night: December 16
Based on the 1964 extremely loved animated special, this rendition brings the classic claymation characters to life! Rudolph was first turned into a live action musical by Jeff Frank and Chicago’s First Stage in 2013. It seems the show is becoming as much of a tradition as the classic animation.