Groovin’ in the Gardens at Wellfiled Botanic Gardens

Live music provides the soundtrack to magical evenings at Wellfield Botanic Gardens at our summer concert series presented by Center for Hospice Care. The concert lineup features an eclectic assortment of jazz, contemporary, classic rock, R&B, country, indie-pop, Americana, folk and “blue-eyed soul” performed live by popular artists of our region and beyond. Gates open at 6 p.m., concerts begin at 7; get your space on the event lawn or under the event tent early and stroll the beautiful garden trails while listening to nature’s symphony before enjoying the concerts as the sun sets. Fresh food items may be purchased from Matterhorn Catering or bring your own picnic dinner to enjoy during the concert.

Concerts are Thursday Evenings, June 22-August 24, 2017 at 7 p.m.
June 22 – Jazz Fest All Stars – Kickoff the Elkhart Jazz Festival at Wellfield Botanic Gardens with this fun tribute to Jazz!
June 29 – Whistle Pigs – Contemporary, Classic Rock, Jazz, Rhythm and Blues – The Whistle Pigs are a smokin’ hot seven-piece dance band that’ll have you moving!
July 6 – Tumbleweed Jumpers – Is it folk music with a little extra groove, or is it bluegrass music with righteous rock beats? Regardless of description, The Tumbleweed Jumpers are a bristling, roaring, dancing, skipping, jamming folk-rock-Americana monster full of infectious melodies.
July 13 – Zach Dubois Band – A rising star and country music singer-songwriter born and raised in Elkhart, IN.
July 20 – Michael Kelsey – A rhythmic, inspired guitarist and performance artist who blends many musical genres with fervor and grace.
July 27 – The Ragbirds – Back by popular demand, a genre-bending hybrid of indie-pop melodies, global rhythms and songwriting styles influenced from all over the world.
August 3 – Lalo Cura – A Spanish Rock band based in Goshen, IN, Lalo Cura has developed a unique sound that combines every musical genre that has influenced each member of the group.
August 10 – Paul Decker & The Real Deal – Performing together for over two decades, bringing their own style of Jazz, Rock, Pop, and Standards to Michiana. From Louie Armstrong to Motown, Steely Dan to Joe Cocker (you may even get a polka, you just never know), they’re sure to bring a smile to your face.
August 17 – Nora Jane Struthers & The Party Line – Singer-songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee, notable for her critically acclaimed Americana and roots rock.
August 24 – Don Savoie Blue-eyed Soul – The “Professor of Rock” brings his foot-stompin’ music full of chunky blues chords and effortless, rapid-fire repertory of right-hand riffs and his self-described “blue-eyed soul” piano style.

Individual Concert Tickets:
Member Adult: $5
Public Adult: $10
Member Child (ages 3-12): $3
Public Child (ages 3-12): $5
Children under age 3 are free with paid adult

Member Adult Season Tickets: Get all 10 concerts for $40 when purchased in advance
Public Adult Season Tickets: Get all 10 concerts for $80…
Member Child (ages 3-12) Season Tickets: Get all 10 concerts for $24…
Public Child (ages 3-12) Season Tickets: Get all 10 concerts for $40…
Children under age 3 are free with paid adult (please select free child ticket option)