Denver locals will get a chance to be a part of a live rose ceremony hosted by fan-favorite Ben Higgins!

Bachelor fans are going to want to get in on this one! The ever-popular reality show is going on tour, and it's making a stop right here in Denver!

On Monday’s “Men Tell All” episode of The Bachelorette, it was revealed that The Bachelor Live on Stage show is going on tour across the United States. The hit romance series is making stops all over the country and fans in Denver are likely to be lining up for a chance at getting their very own rose.

The live stage show tour kicks off in the month of love, February 2020, and Denver’s stop is scheduled for February 23, 2020.

The one-night-only event will happen at the Buell Theatre; doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets go on sale this Friday, July 26, with a presale happening July 25, at 10 a.m. You can get all the ticket information here.

The stage show promises to be as exciting and full of drama as the hit television series, and in this version, hometown bachelors have a chance to score love with ladies in their local area. That’s right! Each of the 63 stops of the stage show will introduce a local eligible bachelor to the hometown crowd, and hopefully, make a love connection with ladies in the audience, complete with a rose ceremony.

Fan-favorite Ben Higgins will host the live stage show, and he had this to say about his new gig:

"I am so pumped to host the Bachelor live tour,” said host Ben Higgins. “Bachelor Nation, or maybe I should say the whole Bachelor family, has brought me a ton of joy over the years. I came into this experience as a man trying to process life, and as a result, you all have celebrated with me in seasons of joy and mourned with me in seasons of pain. I feel like I have friends and family all over the United States because of this show! I am ecstatic to be able to come to your cities with an amazing team of people from Warner Brothers to visit you and show you all a taste of what it is like to be on The Bachelor!

We are coming to your cities, meeting you in person, and hopefully spreading some love along the way! See you soon Bachelor Nation!"

The Bachelor Live on Stage website promises a season’s worth of drama packed into each night of the live stage show, as well as the ultimate fan party experience. One difference between the stage show and the television show is that, on the tour, the audience gets to have a say on the rose ceremony, helping forge that possible love match.

We are excited to see what happens at the live show and if there is a Bachelor love connection here in Denver.

What do you local Bachelor fans think? Will you be one of those lucky enough to score a ticket to this event, or maybe even get picked to participate in the show? Sound off in the comments below.