The Athleta Presents Gold Over America Tour will be making a stop in Denver on Oct. 3 at the Ball Arena, 1000 Chopper Circle.
A news release describes the show as “a high-energy, gymnastics-meets-pop-concert spectacular.” It features a crew of gymnastic dancers under eye-popping LED video screens.
Headlining the show are some of the best , including Simone Biles, who is the most decorated gymnast of all time. She holds 25 medals — 19 of those gold — and is a five-time Olympic medalist, with four of those being gold. Biles is a silver medalist for the Women’s Artistic Team All-Around and bronze medalist in the Women’s Balance BeamU.S. gymnasts in Tokyo 2021.
Joining Biles in the show are Tokyo 2021 medalists MyKayla Skinner, who won silver in vault; Jade Carey, who won gold in floor exercise; and Jordan Chiles and Grace McCallum, who won silver for team competition. Other all-star gymnasts participating in the show include Peng-Peng Lee, Laurie Hernandez, Katelyn Ohashi, Morgan Hurd, Melanie De Jesus dos Santos, Shilese Jones and Chellsie Memmel.
The show emerges from the athletes’ “personal values of empowerment, friendship, positive body image, mental health awareness and self-confidence,” states the news release.
“The Athleta Presents Gold Over America Tour will match athleticism and entertainment,” Biles said in the news release. “The show embodies the themes of empowerment and togetherness which was on display in Tokyo. Together, all the gymnasts on this tour want to inspire the next generation of women and athletes.”
The tour will include 35 U.S. cities, kicking off on Sept. 21 in Tucson and concluding on Nov. 7 in Boston.
Tickets for the Oct. 3 Denver show range in price beginning at $26.50 each for standard admission to $325 each for a Diamond VIP Package. Tickets can be purchased online at www.BallArena.com. To learn more about the Athleta Presents Gold Over America Tour, visit www.GoldOverAmericaTour.com.
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