We are excited to announce the 8th Annual Colorado Matters Holiday Extravaganza on Dec. 7. For a second year, Ryan Warner, Chandra Thomas Whitfield, May Ortega and friends will take the stage at Central Presbyterian Church in Denver. We hope you’ll join us for this annual tradition of music, interviews and surprises, inspired by 1963’s “Judy Garland Christmas Show.”
Expect performances from Emelise Munoz, who will return once again to the Holiday Extravaganza stage after her 2018 act as a 13-year-old busker, renditions of classic holiday songs by the in-house organist Wil Smith, a blend of religious and secular Jewish music from Eitan Kantor, soothing sounds by saxophonist Ron McMillon and hilarious jokes by Denver comedian Ali Kareem.
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m.
Metered parking is located all along Sherman and 17th street. It is free after 6 p.m. There are also two garages and a paid parking lot along 17th and Sherman. Please see addresses for more information. Prices vary.
The ADA entrance, with an elevator, is located just south of the main entrance on Sherman Street (see map below). ADA seating is located in Box 9 and 28 as well as in Rows 15 and 45 as floor seats located directly behind the pew seating.
If you need American Sign Language interpretation, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.