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Garden After Dark - French Horn Collective & Friends - Sept 27

Updated: May 22, 2022


The Miami Beach Botanical Garden is pleased to announce the final date of the Garden After Dark live music series. The Garden’s lush grounds will provide the perfect setting for this intimate, outdoor show. The final concert of the season features the 10th anniversary celebration of The French Horn Collective, one of South Florida’s most popular bands. This special night will feature past members and special guests, including trumpeter Jean Caze from the Michael Bublé band, all under the stars on the Great Lawn. The French Horn Collective performs a high-energy fusion of gypsy jazz, hot swing, and original French music. Led by Parisian multi-instrumentalist, composer, singer and songwriter Vincent Raffard, the diverse international group also features singer Shira Lee and a rotating cast of highly talented musicians. All concerts are held on the grounds of the Miami Beach Botanical Garden, located at 2000 Convention Center Drive on Miami Beach. Doors open at 7pm and show begins at 8pm. Our Botanical Bar will be serving light bites and cocktails -- no outside food or beverages permitted. Limited seating, please bring a blanket or lawn chair. Tickets are $35 for non-members, $25 for members (members call for discount code). To purchase tickets visit mbgarden.org/events.

Please be advised that The French Horn Collective & Friends on May 27 has been rescheduled for Thursday, September 29. We apologize for any

Series sponsors include: City of Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County, and State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. The Garden After Dark series is curated by producer Gene De Souza.

More about the Garden

The Miami Beach Botanical Garden is a 3-acre subtropical garden and event space, featuring a wetland with red mangrove and pond apple trees, an expansive water garden with a cascading Oolite fountain, and diverse collections of flowering trees, palms, cycads, orchids, and Florida native species. The mission of the Miami Beach Botanical Garden is to promote environmental enjoyment, stewardship and sustainability through education, the arts, and interaction with the natural world. The Garden is a unique oasis of beauty and tranquility within an urban setting – a community resource that refreshes, inspires and engages our visitors.

By ML Staff. Images courtesy of French Horn Collective & Friends

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