Even after all this time, Denver’s love affair with a bunch of singing Mormons knows no bounds.

“The Book of Mormon” is making its way back to the Denver Center For Performing Arts for a fourth visit to the Mile High city. And demand has been so high, DCPA has added an extra week of shows to the run.

“The Book of Mormon” is back in Denver starting in June for a month of postalizing and singing at the DCPA.

“The Book of Mormon” opens at DCPA’s Ellie Caulkins Opera House on June 13 and now will run through July 7. Tickets start at $35 with and there will be a lottery for a limited number of tickets priced at $25 each for every performance. DCPA will announce details about the lottery process closer to the premiere date.

The show is from the minds of Colorado’s own Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators of “South Park.” The native sons’ Broadway smash made its touring debut in Denver back in 2012 and has made its way been back in 2013 and 2015, selling out each time.

So even though there’s an extra week of shows to score tickets for, this one is sure to sell out as well. For more information on tickets which currently are on sale, visit denvercenter.org.