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Puerto Vallarta Gay Mens Chorus Dec. 15

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Celebrate the holidays as PVGMC presents HALLELUJAH!

 

The Puerto Vallarta Gay Men’s Chorus (PVGMC), directed by Alfonso López, presents its annual holiday musical celebration at 8 PM on December 15 and 16 and at 4 PM and 8 PM on December 17 at Act II Stages

The PVGMC develops and shares the vocal skills of gay men from Mexico, the United States, Canada and around the world. They perform choral music that entertains, enlightens and unifies the audience, as well as its members, while building bridges of greater understanding, acceptance and love between communities, cultures, families, and friends. They are warmly embraced by the local Mexican and Ex-Pat communities, as well as tourists of both cultures.

This time of year brings back recollection of some of the most memorable times spent with family and friends. Buy your ticket today online at http://actiientertainment.com/PVGMC-Holiday-Concert.php or at the Act II Stages box office at Insurgentes 300 in the Romantic Zone (up the stairs on Basilio Badillo), telephone 322-222-1512. Celebrate the most magical season of the year with the PVGMC, and you might want to brush up on some of your favorites so that you can sing along!

Puerto Vallarta Gay Mens Chorus

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Get ready to put on your “sequins and diamonds” or just your “sandals and denim” as the Puerto Vallarta Men’s Chorus presents its Vallarta Pride Festival Concert Series “Sequins & Diamonds” at Act II Stages on Monday, May 18, at 7:00 P.M. and twice on the evening of Friday, May 22 at 7:00 P.M. and 9:00 P.M.

This 4th annual PVMC pride concert series promises to be one of the Festival’s highlights as the whole region joins in celebrating PV’s vibrant and diverse LGBTQ community!

This year’s PVMC Pride Festival concerts will feature some of the region’s finest male voices under the direction of Artistic Director Alfonso López. The program’s selections reflect the theme of the festival, “Unity”, with a diverse array of songs performed in Spanish and English.

In addition to being a Pride Festival sponsor, PVMC’s multi-national “Pride” shines as bright as a diamond all year through its commitment to being a year round chorus and through its partnering with many local non-profits to build bridges of understanding to our diverse community and other organizations through our music. Working with organizations like the PuRR Project, the Bucerías Children’s Library, Pride Festival, SETAC and Bugambilia Festival, PVMC has brought its inspiring message of love and understanding through quality choral music performed in Spanish and English to diverse audiences of all ages and backgrounds.

Come see Mexico’s first gay men’s chorus as Director López wraps up his critically acclaimed first season with the Chorus by purchasing your tickets in advance at VallartaTickets.com or at the ACT II Stages box office, located at Insurgentes 300 in the Romantic Zone, 322-222-1512. You’ll be proud you did!

For more information, contact info@pvmenschorus.org or visit our website at www.pvmenschorus.org.

Final Days for KINSEY SICKS @ Palms

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FINAL  DAYS!   Last show is March 1st!

GET TICKETS  NOW!

Spencer Day in Puerto Vallarta

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Acclaimed pop/jazz singer/songwriter Spencer Day will be performing at The Palms in Vallarta  A LOT  in the coming weeks!

Check 2014/2015 dates and tickets!

Acclaimed singer/songwriter Spencer Day returns to his musical roots with his fifth full-length album Daybreak, and his first independent album in seven years. His past two albums were released on the legendary Concord/Jazz label. With Daybreak, Spencer has created an album of signature interpretations of well-loved songs from the 1960’s along with five brand-new compositions written in homage of these classic American tunes.


There was a time, a sound, a feel, and a sensibility that defined the California mid-century experience. Spencer calls Daybreak his “top-down Chevy convertible on the Pacific Coast Highway” album, evoking the breezy feel of a sunny Southern California afternoon. Classics including Groovin, A World Without Love, and Never My Love have been re-imagined and interpreted in Spencer’s trademark honey baritone voice.

Spencer Day is widely regarded for his original songs that blend compelling melodies, smart lyrics and lush arrangements. For Daybreak, Spencer has crafted five new works that blend seamlessly with the cover tunes to create a moving tribute to that special time and place that gave rise to so many musical gems. Audiences around the world have enthusiastically supported Spencer for over ten years at venues as diverse as Birdland in New York, the Hollywood Bowl, Jazz Alley in Seattle, the Pacific Rim Jazz Festival in Manila, the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, Feinstein’s in San Francisco, Tanglewood, the Craig Ferguson Show and at music venues and festivals across the U.S. and worldwide. Spencer has a widely diverse and enthusiastic fan base in the U.S., Asia, Latin America and Europe.

Missing Tonight is the first single from Daybreak to be released to radio, and it reflects Spencer’s roots in the Great American Songbook, with a contemporary, upbeat twist that has become Spencer’s signature sound. Written with legendary composers Bill DeMain and Larry Goldings, Missing, with its jazzy feel and persuasive lyrics, evokes the excitement of a new relationship and the universal allure of limitless possibilities.


The album’s first single Missing Tonight debuted tied for # 3 most added on Billboard Magazine’s Smooth Jazz chart the week of its release.


Visit Spencer Day’s Website or Social Media pages for more information about this release and future tour dates. www.spencerday.com

 

November is Gay Gay Gay in Puerto Vallarta!

THOUSANDS will flock to Puerto Vallarta in November to catch some Latin Fever! What is know known as Vallarta Fever, will happen 21 – 25 Nov 2012.


Vallarta Fever is Puerto Vallarta’s incredible gay  party week.
Vallarta Fever is the ONLY fever party that includes Club Mañana and the
famous White Party of Puerto Vallarta.
 Besides the main events listed at Vallarta Fever, there will beach partys happening as well.  Men Men Men from all over Mexico come in, plus a large contingency of men from Europe and the US! This is a great event week, and we’re glad to see it come back.

Puerto Vallarta Mens Chorus Pride Concert June 17

Puerto Vallarta Men’s Chorus (PVMC), the first gay chorus in Latin America, raised in excess of 70,000 pesos as it kicked off its fundraising efforts on Monday, May
14, with a special night of festivities at No Way José!, named Vallarta’s “Best Overall Restaurant” in
2011.

The chorus, already forty-five men strong and consisting of both Mexican Nationals as well as Expatriates from all around the world, performed a special version of Sing-A-Song with beautiful Spanish lyrics written by Vallarta’s own Paco Ojeda who is also a chorus member.

“The community response has been amazing. The money we raised exceeded our expectations
and provided us with the funds we needed to secure our December holiday performance at Teatro
Vallarta,” commented Bob Bruneau, Director of the PVMC. “We could not have done it without the
hard work of all the folks at No Way José! who helped make the night was a spectacular success.
Thank you Alfredo for sharing your birthday bash with us!”

The first PVMC concert will be Sunday, June 17th at the Boutique Theatre. “This is a special concert
to celebrate gay pride that we have named Sing Out Proud! you won’t want to miss!” promises
Director Bruneau. “There will be singing, dancing and other surprises.”

 Tickets to this special performance are available online at Boutiquetheatre.ca and seats are limited. Those wishing to attend are advised to make reservations as soon as possible online or by calling the Boutique Theatre
at 322-728-6878.

The mission of Puerto Vallarta Men’s Chorus is to present quality male choral music in Spanish
and English using the voices and talent of gay Mexicans and expatriates to entertain, enlighten, and
unify our audience and members while building bridges of greater understanding, acceptance and
love between communities, cultures, families, and friends. More information can be found on their
website at PVmenschorus.org .

For those men out there who would like to become a singing member of the PVMC gay chorus, there  is still time to audition. Simply send an email to info@pvmenschorus.org and Sing Out Proud!