A musical salute of gratitude to our nation’s veterans and members of America’s armed forces. Free admission offered to active, retired and disabled veterans of all military branches with valid ID.
The first performance in our six-concert Live at the Gardens Summer Music Series, the Brian Sutherland Band debuted at the 2014 Child of the Sun Music Festival; featuring cello, guitar, bass, violin, drums and vocalists.
In this third annual event, Bok Tower Gardens is proud to show its ongoing support for breast cancer research. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. These women are our mothers, daughters and friends. The Gardens’ Pink Day celebrates survivors, raises money for breast cancer research, and shares the love of plants, flowers and gardening.
The second performance in our six-concert Live at the Gardens Summer Music Series and BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND, the Big Chill Band features the big sound of the 40s and rock & roll of the 50s & 60s.
The third performance in our six-concert Live at the Gardens Summer Music Series, Carlos & Carlos presents a blend of Latin American folk genres, Flamenco techniques, and jazz improvisations.
The fourth performance in our six-concert Live at the Gardens Summer Music Series, the Good Times Jazz Band shares a laugh in every line and a memory in every tune. Patriotic, spiritual and classic American pop songs everybody knows.
The fifth performance in our six-concert Live at the Gardens Summer Music Series, the Southern Express Bluegrass Band performs hard-driving bluegrass with a mix of tunes that everyone knows and loves, from The Beatles to Bill Monroe.
Show your Bok Tower Gardens membership card to receive a 20% discount in the Tower & Garden Gift Shop and the Blue Palmetto Cafe throughout the entire month of September!
Leashed and friendly dogs are invited for this special day with activities including dog health & safety information and adoptions. Dog admission: $5 each, with 50% of the proceeds benefiting the Humane Society of Polk County. Regular human rates apply.
Anton Brees performed at the Gardens until 1967 and left a legacy of contributions to the carillon world. Celebrate the birthday of the Singing Tower’s first carillonneur with recordings of his performances from the 1950′s.