Events & Exhibits
Calendar: Event Details
Groovin' in the Garden Concerts
Select evenings in Spring and Summer
Ticketed event. Please note this is a special after-hours event; Garden admission during the day does not entitle persons to stay for the concert. Gates open at 5:30 p.m.
Ticketed event; price varies
- Thursday, May 17, 2012: Infamous Stringdusters with the Steep Canyon Rangers (Children 10 and under are free)
- Tuesday, May 22, 2012: Justin Townes Earle with Tristen and Todd Snider (Children 10 and under are free)
- Thursday, May 24, 2012: Yonder Mountain String Band (Children 10 and under are free)
- May 31: Carbon Leaf with guest TBA (Children 10 and under are free)
Wednesday, June 13, 2012: A Bluegrass Evening with Vince Gill with special guest Sarah Jarosz. Ticket info. *ALL AGES REQUIRE TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT
June 28: Umphrey's McGee with guest TBA. Ticket info. (Children 10 and under are free)
June 29: Brandi Carlile with The Lumineers. Ticket info. (Children 9 and under are free for general admission, Children in General Reserve Seating require ticket)
July 11: Andrew Bird and Mavis Staples. Ticket info. *ALL AGES REQUIRE TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT
More details about concerts and ticket information.
NOTE: The Groovin' in the Garden concerts have changed from a weekly series to special concerts throughout the spring and summer. Performers and dates are posted to the Garden's website and Facebook page as soon as the promoter announces. Groovin' in the Garden is a Haymaker Production and more information is available at Groovin' in the Garden.
Some tips to help you plan your visit:
Groovin' is an outdoor venue. Please dress with the weather in mind.
Food and beverage (including bottled water) are available for purchase.
Guests are not permitted to bring outside food (picnics, pizza, etc.) or beverages into the Garden; no coolers please.
A variety of food and drinks is available for purchase (wraps, bbq, cheese and fruit plates) plus soft drinks, water, beer and wine.
Guests are welcome to bring blankets and lawn chairs for the concert; seating is on a terraced, grassy hill -- allowing a good view of the stage from multiple viewing points.