Denver Botanic Gardens and Swallow Hill Music, the Gardens’ concert promotions partner, today announce the 2011 Summer Concert Series lineup. Situated inside of the gates of one of the nation’s top botanic gardens, the 2011 Summer Concert Series at Denver Botanic Gardens’ UMB Bank Amphitheater offers an unrivaled ambience of thousands of blooming plants and the crystal clear music of some of the world’s most sought-after artists.
The 2011 Denver Botanic Gardens Summer Concert Series schedule is as follows:
June 1 Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings
June 14 Dr. John & the Lower 911 & Mavis Staples
July 8 Chris Isaak
July 14 Natalie MacMaster & Great Big Sea
July 15 Allen Toussaint & The Dirty Dozen Brass Band & Buckwheat Zydeco
July 21 India.Arie & Idan Raichel
July 22 Chris Botti
July 24 Bruce Hornsby & the Nosiemakers and Béla Fleck & the Flecktones
(@ Chatfield Green at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield)
July 29 Rosanne Cash w/ Nina Storey
Aug. 4 k.d. lang & The Siss Boom
Aug. 7 Keb’ Mo'
Aug. 9 David Sanborn, George Duke & Marcus Miller
Aug. 21 B.B. King
Ticket sales for Denver Botanic Gardens members begin on April 25, 2011, April 29, 2011 for Swallow Hill Music members, and May 2 for the General Public. Membership to the Gardens or Swallow Hill Music does not guarantee availability of tickets.
Purchase tickets online or by phone or via the phone @ 1-877-435-9849 (convenience fees apply to phone orders)
The 2011 Summer Concert Series at Denver Botanic Gardens is presented by UMB Bank.
About Denver Botanic Gardens:
Green inside and out, the Gardens is considered one of the top botanical gardens in the United States and a pioneer in water conservation. Accredited by the American Association of Museums, the Gardens’ living collections encompass specimens from the tropics to the tundra, showcasing a plant palette chosen to thrive in Colorado’s semi-arid climate. The Gardens' dynamic, 23-acre urban oasis in the heart of the city is now in its 52nd year, offering unforgettable opportunities to flourish with unique garden experiences for the whole family – as well as world-class education and plant conservation research programs. Additional sites at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield, a 750-acre wildlife and native plant refuge in Jefferson County; and Mount Goliath, a high-altitude trail and interpretive site on the Mount Evans Scenic Byway, extend this experience throughout the Front Range. For more information, visit us online.