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'Todos Juntos - Together' PVGMC Gay Pride Concerts

May 15, 2017

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Join the Puerto Vallarta Gay Men's Chorus (PVGMC) at 8:00 pm on Thursday, May 25th and on Saturday, May 27th on the Main Stage at Act II Entertainment for their fourth Gay Pride Concert at Act II STAGES.

The theme of this year's Vallarta Pride concert, Todos Juntos - Together, was born from a year when all communities have had to come together and rise up. The PVGMC was built on the idea that men from both sides of the wall could come together to sing and love and to form friendships.

"Todos Juntos - Together" embodies that idea and brings together not only the music of the chorus, but many guest performers, such as Elvis Martínez (Red Room headliner), Kharla Barragan (owner of Alas, Escuela de Canto), and Act II's Voice of Vallarta winners, Ana Adame, Eli Estrada, and Emperatriz Valles. Artistic Director, Alfonso López, promises Vallarta a Gay Pride concert like none other!

Buy your tickets online at ACT2PV.com or at the box office of Act II Stages, which opens at 4:00 pm on show days. The Act II Entertainment STAGES complex is located on the corner of Insurgentes and Basilio Badillo on the South side of Puerto Vallarta. For more information, call (322) 222-1512, or CLICK HERE to see what else is playing at the Act II STAGES entertainment complex during Vallarta Pride 2017.

The mission of Puerto Vallarta Gay 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.