Enjoy sweet treats and live music for families in a beautiful garden while helping to raise funds for nature education! Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to see one of the most popular and talented performers in the Bay Area family music scene, Andy Z.
An award-winning singer/songwriter and children’s performer, Andy Z energizes audiences with his creative combination of music and movement. Andy engages children (and parents) with songs and stories that range from educational to silly, from dance songs to lullabies, from sing-a-longs to finger plays. His fun and witty lyrics are perfectly paired with traditional and original songs from a variety of musical styles including rock, folk, jazz, country, hip-hop, surf, reggae and more.
As with previous S’mores at Sundown events, kids love exploring along the garden paths and dancing on the lawn. Parents love the relaxed atmosphere and chance to socialize with friends.
And no summer night would be complete without fresh s’mores! Grab a ready-made pack of s’mores ingredients when you arrive and roast these yummy treats over the grill during the event.
Head on over to The Gardens after dinner for music and s’mores, or come early and bring a picnic to enjoy in the garden!
When: 8/11/19. $15 GA adult; $10 GA child ages 2 and up. Purchase Tickets Here! Kids under age 2 are free.
Where: The Gardens at Heather Farm, 1540 Marchbanks Drive., Walnut Creek
Doors open at 5:00 p.m.; concert starts at 6:00 p.m. Venue seating is limited. BYO blankets and lawn chairs welcome. BYO alcohol prohibited.
This event is part of the 2nd Annual Concerts in the Garden series showcasing outstanding live music in a stunning outdoor atmosphere. Some of the Bay Area’s best local musicians perform among The Gardens’ lush and colorful landscapes creating a totally unique and natural entertainment experience. Proceeds from Concerts in the Garden support this nonprofit public garden — open daily to the public for free — and its nature education program which offers environmental science curriculum to 25,000 local school children annually.