Music In the Gardens returns to Selby Gardens this fall with four weeks of aural delights. As always, the series gives you a fantastic variety of talented artists from local and international artists, as well as beautiful views and relaxing walks through the Gardens. Michael’s on East will sell grilled goods; a perfect accessory to your Sunday.
TROLLEY WILL BE AVAILABLE 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. from Sarasota Friendship Center (1888 Brother Geenen Way )
FREE with admission. No discounts before 3 PM. Reciprocals $10.00
Please do not bring any outside food or beverages. You are welcomed to bring your own lawn chairs or blankets. Selby will provide a limited amount of seating on a first-come, first served. Parking is available on site on a first-come, first-served basis.
October 22 – THE CURIOUS BEDFELLOWS
The husband and wife duo of Justin layman and Sara Nelms lead the acoustic folk band, The Curious Bedfellows, drawing music from blues, folk, jazz, country, rock and even classical music.
October 29 – RENESITO FROM CUBA
Virtuoso Cuban tres guitar player Renesito Avich will join with musician friends as they perform at the Garden Music Series with elegance, passion and precision.
November 5 – DEBBIE KEETON & COMPANY
A theory and composition major and native of Dayton, Ohio, Debbie has traveled extensively across the United States fronting bands for Top 40 clubs, stage shows, jazz festivals, and conventions. She traveled the Playboy Club circuit and her fusion band “Keeton and Company” has opened for Ricky Nelson, Blood Sweat & Tears, Grass Roots and the Turtles. Her repertoire covers the most current tunes back to the early 1920’s. NOTE: This concert will be held behind Payne Mansion instead of by the cafe.
November 12 – THE BIRD TRIBE
The Bird Tribe’s unique expansive sound is lyrically poetic with a mixture of heavy groove, Rock, and Soul, with an experimental feel. The Bird Tribe’s soulful music is a beautiful journey through the spectrum of sound. They bring an exciting and uplifting energy, and a true love of sharing their art.