The Denver Botanical Gardens at Chatfield, a grass covered amphitheater with breathtaking views of the Colorado foothills is excited to be playing host to Culture Club on Monday, July 20, 2015 at 6:30 PM. Be prepared for an evening of unrivaled ambience, pairing a stunning setting with music from some of the most sought-after acts in the business. The venue is located at 8500 West Deer Creek Canyon Road in Littleton, Colorado. Even though the venue is outdoors it is a rain or shine show. All ages are welcome and two and younger get in free, doors are open an hour and a half before show time. Presented by UMB Bank this summer concert series stars the phenomenal Boy George and Culture Club, there is not a country in the world that does not recognize those names. Grammy award winners that have sold in excess of 100 million singles and over 50 million albums, Culture Club was one of the biggest pop bands of the 1980’s. They were the first band in history to have an album certified diamond in Canada. They have been an international hit since they released, Do You Really Want To Hurt Me at #1 in the UK, in September 1982 the same year they signed with Virgin Records. You can get your Culture Club tickets here so you can see the original members together again for the first time in 14 years. This show is their kickoff for their summer tour across more than 12 North American states. They are reportedly also working on a highly anticipated new album set to release later this year. Working with legendary producer Youth (The Verve, Killing Joke, The Cult, Crowded House, and Primal Scream). Front man Boy George singer-songwriter who was part of the English New Romantic movement is most known for his soulful voice and androgynous appearance has been very busy lately between, songwriting, DJing, writing books, designing clothes and photography, but is said to be very excited about this return to stage with his former band mates. The entire band has evolved and are certain this experience will be a beautiful showcase to how they have all transformed into even better musicians than even they ever expected possible.