Garden After Dark Presents Rainbow Full of Sound
The Miami Beach Botanical Garden is pleased to announce a November show in the Garden After Dark live music series. The Garden’s lush grounds provide the perfect setting for these intimate, outdoor shows featuring a slate of music performances designed to provide rousing entertainment while still offering safety protocols in a Covid-conscious environment.
Rainbow Full of Sound • Friday, November 12 • 6pm doors/7pm show Waynard Scheller and Rainbow Full of Sound have become one of the East Coast’s premiere bands playing Grateful Dead songs, thanks to talent and a lot of practice - 300 shows’ worth. But their current tour comes with a very special twist: for the second time, they will recreate the Dead’s legendary 1972 tour of Europe, tracing the path of twenty-one shows from England to Denmark to Germany to France to the Netherlands and back to England.
Waynard played with Weir himself in a San Francisco Bay area benefit for the Jerry Garcia Foundation called “Imagine There’s No Hunger,” and after they hit it off, on several other shows. Working with the Foundation brought him into contact with Hot Tuna’s Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady, then another event connected him with Jason Crosby and Grahame Lesh of the Lesh Family Band.
Tickets for the event cost $35, $25 if you are a Garden member. Visit www.mbgarden.org for ticket info.
All concerts are held on the grounds of the Miami Beach Botanical Garden, located at 2000 Convention Center Drive on Miami Beach. 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. Producer Gene De Souza curates the Garden After Dark series. 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. Its mission 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.