2016 Concerts in the Garden
Bring a lawn chair or bring a blanket, but be sure to bring a friend! Enjoy one of the best music series this summer in the Museum's Sculpture Garden. Concerts in the Garden is a casual, outdoor event featuring musicians from across the country. In addition to great music, guests can enjoy food off the grill; local grass-fed hamburgers, vegetable skewers, nightly specials, also root beer floats, beer and wine available for purchase.
$10 at the door, Free admission for children twelve and younger. Packets of six tickets are available for $55. Advance tickets will only be available until 5 pm the day before each concert. Tickets are not concert specific and can be used for any concert in the series.
To purchase tickets call 701.777.4195.
NEED TO KNOW
No outside food or drinks allowed
Smoking is not permitted on campus
Tickets are non-refundable
Dogs on leashes and not disruptive to others
No coolers allowed
All concerts are rain or shine, but will be canceled if conditions do not allow for an outdoor performance
Concerts will not be moved indoors
Please consider supporting the Concerts in the Garden to help keep our admission prices low. For an additional $50, you can become a Patron of this year’s series.
Musical groups interested in being a part of the Concerts in the Garden series should contact Matthew Wallace, 701.777.4195 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For sponsorship opportunities contact the Museum, 701.777.4195.
Botsford Family Foundation
El Roco Bottle Shop, Bar, and Grill
Rite Spot Liquor Store
Ron and Dana Goodman
Carol Cook and Tom Steen
Luise and Richard Beringer
Teresa and Rod Dahlstrom
Kirk and Joan Smith
Robert H. White
July 5, 2016 at 6 pm
Ben Caplan and the Casual Smokers
Opening: Taryn Kawaja
Sponsor: Kate and Darrell Larson
Ben Caplan was the hit at NDMOA Downtown, as series of concerts the Museum hosted last winter at The Empire Arts Center. A charismatic charmer and a smasher of pianos. A madman and an earnest poet. A strummer of delicate chords and a lover of bent and broken melodies. Ben Caplan is not any one thing. Inspired in part by Eastern European and Jewish folk traditions, Ben Caplan mixes older musical sensibilities with his own soul, straight from his hairy heart. Lyrically, you've not heard the like before. Caplan is simply unforgettable; with his huge beard and unruly mane, he is as visually striking as he is aurally compelling.
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