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Music in the Garden Series is Back

Music in the Garden – how blissful does that sound? Our favorite Valley series is back and invites you to discover Arizona’s prized Desert Botanical Gardens along with the musical talents of premiere Valley musicians every Friday from now until Nov. 6. This heavenly evening makes for a perfect date set in the picturesque Ullman Terrace.

Treat your special someone to a delightful dinner from either the chef-attended food station or at the delectable Patio Café. Then head over to the featured wine tasting area where you may simply taste or purchase your favorites by the bottle. A cash bar is also available for cocktails.

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Music in the Garden Schedule:

Oct. 2: Jaleo (Contemporary Latin)
Oct. 9: Big Nick and the Gila Monsters (Chicago Blues)
Oct. 16: The Jump Back Brothers (Vintage Rock/Blues)
Oct. 23: The Sugar Thieves (Blues/Roots Music/American)
Oct. 30: Quetzal Guerrero (Nu-Jazz/Latin/Soul)
Nov. 6: The Wilde Boys, featuring R. Carlos Nakai, William Eaton & Will Clipman (Flute/Percussion/Guitar)

Tickets:
Members – $14
General Public – $20
Doors open at 6 p.m. and in the event of rain, the concert will be held inside Dorrance Hall. Only persons 21 and older may attend. Purchase your tickets fast as concerts are already selling-out.

To purchase tickets, visit www.dbg.org or call 480.481.8188. You can also visit the Admissions Box Office, open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. For 10 or more tickets, call 480.481.8104. Group discount will apply. For all other Desert Botanical Garden information, call 480.941.1225

About Desert Botanical Garden: Nestled amid the red buttes of Papago Park, the Desert Botanical Garden hosts one of the world’s finest collections of desert plants. One of only 44 botanical gardens accredited by the American Association of Museums, this one-of-a-kind museum showcases 50 acres of beautiful outdoor exhibits. Home to 139 rare, threatened and endangered plant species from around the world, the Garden offers interesting and inspiring experiences to more than 300,000 visitors each year.

A charter member of the Museum Association of Arizona and National Center for Plant Conservation, the Garden is fully accredited with the American Association of Museums and American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta. It continues to build on its 63-year legacy of environmental stewardship, and has become nationally and internationally renowned for its plant collections, research and educational programs.

Desert Botanical Garden
1201 N. Galvin Parkway
Phoenix, AZ 85008
www.dbg.org

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