Encanto: The Sing Along Film Concert at Buell Theatre

Encanto Tickets

Buell Theatre | Denver, Colorado

Are you looking for the perfect opportunity to bond with your family through the power of music? Look no more as the highly-anticipated "Disney's Encanto: The Sing-Along Film Concert" will make its way to Denver, Colorado. Catch the Madrigal family this October 4, Wednesday, at The Buell Theatre for an evening filled with singing and dancing. Expect to immerse yourself in a family-friendly and fantastic concert experience like no other. You'd be delighted to see how your kids sing along to Encanto's songs, including "Waiting On A Miracle," "The Family Madrigal," "Surface Pressure," and the ever-favorite "We Don't Talk About Bruno," among many others. Afraid that you can't sing along because you don't know the lyrics? No need to worry because lyrics will be shown on screen while an entire orchestra plays the songs. Singing with the accompaniment of a full orchestra doesn't happen too often. With that alone, coming to this concert is more than worth it. Get your tickets now through the site's "Get Tickets" link.

Encanto: The Sing Along Film Concert at Buell Theatre

Encanto is a 2021 Disney award-winning animated film with songs and characters that remind you of love and family. The animated film is based on the eccentric and colorful Colombian culture with the evident representation of diverse ethnic groups existing in the culturally rich region. The production and background were carefully developed so that the culture and history were as accurate as possible regarding people, design, and architecture.

After the debut of Encanto in theaters on November 24, the musical masterpiece "Encanto" became the first movie soundtrack since 2019 to reach No. 1 on the Billboard charts earlier that month. The iconic "We Don't Talk About Bruno," composed by Lin-Manuel Miranda, became the highest top-charting song from a Disney animated film in more than 26 years, surpassing even the significant pop-culture Disney song "Let It Go." The musical scores of the film were composed by American film composer, conductor, and songwriter Germaine Franco, who was nominated for a Golden Globe, an SCL Award, an Annie Award, and an Academy Award for Best Original Score in her work on "Encanto." She is also the first woman to score a Disney animated feature film and treaded as a history-making Oscar nominee.

The film is a warm celebration of family and the generational culture of love and acceptance portrayed by the extraordinary protagonist's family, the Madrigals. It became the most successful animated film at the box office during the pandemic and sold over $223 million ticket sales worldwide. Rich in culture, music, magic, and a heart-warming story that will surely bring out tears, joy, and love for generations to come.

This year, get ready to sing along with a live orchestra because The Family Madrigal is hitting the road in this year's fall tour. Sing along with your all-time favorite iconic songs with family, friends, and fans from the movie, like "We Don't Talk About Bruno" and "Surface Pressure." The 45-city tour features a full-length and on-stage band performing with you all the record-breaking hit songs from the beloved film. The family film concert is visiting Buell Theatre on October 4, so dress up, sing along, and have fun because it's going to be an extraordinarily magical experience of the year!

Encanto: The Sing Along Film Concert at Buell Theatre

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