The Masked Singer

THE MASKED SINGER: The Frog in the “A Brand New Six Pack: Group B Kickoff!” episode of THE MASKED SINGER airing Wednesday, Feb 19 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. © 2020 FOX MEDIA LLC. CR: Greg Gayne / FOX.

If you've ever wanted to be a part of Fox's hit reality series, "The Masked Singer," you don't have to leave the comfort of Colorado to do it. 

The singing competition where masked stars sing while disguised is coming to Denver on July 15 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.

"The Masked Singer" tour will visit 45 cities and kicks off in Detroit on May 28. It ends its run in Los Angeles on Aug. 1.

The live show will feature two celebrity guest hosts and musical performances. One local celebrity will be kept in disguise until an unmasking at the end of the show. 

Tickets for the tour are on sale now at Axs.com. Seats for the Denver show range from $49.50 to 109.50, plus applicable charges. VIP packages, which include photo opportunities with both celebrity hosts, premium seating and a goodie bag are also available.  

“As the formation of Fox Alternative Entertainment allowed us to bring production of 'The Masked Singer under the Fox banner, we can now explore new and exciting ways to grow this hit franchise,” said Rob Wade, pPresident, Alternative Entertainment and Specials, Fox Entertainment. “'The Masked Singer National Tour is a perfect example of this growth and, more importantly, a fun way for us to bring 'The Masked Singer' and its beloved characters to fans and families across the across the country, live and in person.”

The show's season three, post Super Bowl, premiere had 26.7 million total viewers, making it television’s highest-rated and most-watched reality telecast in eight years. 

For more information, including the full tour schedule and ticket information, head to www.maskedsingertour.com

Terry is a journalist for The Gazette. He's a graduate of the University of Denver, loves the Denver Broncos, and is a member of the Television Critics Association and Broadcast Television Journalists Association.

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