DATE: Now - Nov. 22, 2019 TIME: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm PRICE: Members: $24.95 | General Public: $29.95
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. | Concerts from 7 – 9 p.m.
Desert Botanical Garden presents a spectacular lineup of talent at the Music in the Garden Fall Concert Series. These popular events feature some of the best local and regional musicians. Ullman Terrace provides an unmatchable backdrop of mature saguaros and other desert plants as audiences ages 21 and up enjoy the sounds of beloved favorites and discover new talent. Food and drink including a selection of boutique wines are available for purchase.
Big Nick and the Gila Monsters Friday, Nov. 22 – SOLD OUT Genre: Blues Big Nick and the Gila Monsters Big Nick and the Gila Monsters have created sensational melodies since 1993 and are always a Garden favorite. Don’t miss captivating front man Big Nick backed by his masterful musicians as they perform fan favorites from their eclectic blues catalogue.
DINING & BEVERAGE OPTIONS Dine at Patio Café Sandwiches, salads, snacks, cheese plate and evening special.
Desert Botanical Garden’s newest art exhibition is traveling straight from Milan to bring Wild Rising by Cracking Art—an installation of more than 1,000 animal sculptures made from colorful and recyclable plastic. Visitors of all ages will be drawn to engage these vibrant creatures and to discover that plastic does not have to end up in landfills, but it can be reinvented into something eye catching and thought provoking.
This exhibit will be closed Nov. 22 – 28 and will reopen on Friday, Nov. 29
Join the conversation of Wild Rising by Cracking Art with Elephant in the Room, a thought-provoking installation in Ottosen Gallery that invites visitors to dig into rotating worldly topics and commit to reducing human impact on the natural world. The interactive exhibit will feature topics related to biodiversity and climate change, including environmental happiness, cactus as a threatened species and the culture of convenience.
Celebrate the spirit of the season with Las Noches de las Luminarias. Stroll the Garden’s trails lined with 8,000 flickering luminaria bags, gaze at twinkling lights and admire the enchanting glow of Wild Rising creatures. Happen upon tunes from eclectic entertainment groups and cherish the time spent with friends and family during the holiday season.
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The Sybil B. Harrington Succulent Gallery is closed. On Dec. 6-8, the Garden closes at 4 p.m.with the last daytime admission at 3 p.m. The Garden will reopen at 5:30 p.m. for Las Noches de las Luminarias.