Mountain Home Music and the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum, in partnership with the Watauga Arts Council, are pleased to announce the inaugural Garden Concert Season
Mountain Home Music and the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum (BRAHM) are pleased to announce a series of concerts in the Daniel Boone Native Gardens, in partnership with the Watauga Arts Council. The concerts in the garden will take place from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Doors will open at 3 p.m. to allow time to enjoy the garden and shop. Each program will feature local arts and crafts vendors curated by the Watauga Arts Council, as well as beer, wine, food, walking tours, garden history and live music:
Saturday, June 4 – The Allen Boys
Sunday July 17 – Todd Wright Quartet
Sunday August 28 – Tray Wellington Band
Sunday, September 18 – Junaluska Gospel Choir
Tickets are $10 for Mountain Home Music and BRAHM members, children under 13, and $15 for the public and are available through blowingrockmuseum.org. Guests should bring a blanket or folding chair. The gardens do not allow dogs, so please leave your furry family at home. If the forecast indicates rain, the event will take place at BRAHM, this decision will be made no later than 48 hours before the event and ticket holders will be informed at that time. To learn more about this concert series, to sell or to volunteer, visit watauga-arts.org/concerts-in-the-gardens.
Daniel Boone’s Native Gardens contain an exceptional collection of over 200 varieties of native trees, shrubs and wildflowers. Willard Watson, Director of Program and Outreach at BRAHAM, said: “Daniel Boone’s Native Gardens will provide a stunning backdrop for the concert series, and the museum and Mountain Home Music are grateful to the Watauga Arts Council. for their partnership and for providing a diverse mix. talented local artists as well as for their coordination of food and drink vendors for the series.
These concerts were funded by foundation grants administered by the Watauga County Arts Council, a designated county partner of the NC Arts Council. Additional funding provided by the Watauga Economic Development Commission. Many thanks to NC arts and Watauga EDC for supporting the arts.