Join the San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band for the 31st Annual Dance-Along Nutcracker® on December 10th & 11th! One of San Francisco’s most celebrated events, this year’s show The Fantastic Adventures of Captain Nutcracker is a zany superhero quest that’s perfect for the whole family.

Each year the SFLGFB selects a theme to blend with Tchaikovsky’s classic Nutcracker Suite. The result? A fun-filled musical production brimming with wit, artistry and ingenuity. For select songs, a large flashing “Dance-Along” sign signals the audience to tug their tutus on and pour onto the dance floor to pirouette beneath the spotlights with the cast. Tickets are affordably priced and discounts are available for students and seniors.

SFLGFB’s goal is to deliver a powerful core message of equality, diversity and inclusion! The Dance-Along Nutcracker® embodies SFLGFB’s belief that the joy and magic of music and dance removes differences and dissolves barriers; it strengthens unity, cooperation, celebration and is hysterically FUN! The Dance-Along Nutcracker® is a holiday favorite for families, couples and singles of ALL sexual orientations and gender identities.

Get your tickets to The Fantastic Adventures of Captain Nutcracker today — we’ll see you there!

For more information, please visit our event page.

Ticket Info

Adult: $30

Senior, Child, Student: $18

YBCA Members

YBCA Members enjoy 20% off regular admission to performances of Dance-Along Nutcracker®.

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The San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band (SFLGFB) is the first openly gay musical organization in the world, inspiring the formation of LGBT+ bands, choruses and performing groups around the globe. On a local level, SFLGFB is the Official Band of San Francisco, having been given that honor by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in honor of the Band’s 20th and 25th anniversaries.

Over its 38-year history, SFLGFB has regularly performed at events ranging in size from huge (four presidential inaugurations, the quadrennial Gay Games Ceremonies, pride parades, SF Giants games) to small (schools, museums, parks, street fairs and rural parades).

The SFLGFB provides education and musical development of its members, promotes visibility of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities, and with its allies, fosters understanding among diverse communities through public performance.