2017 Botanical Roots Concert Series:
Look for information next SUMMER on the 2017 Botanical Roots Concert Series!
The Botanical Conservatory invites the community to grab a lawn chair, settle in, and enjoy music that’s fun and funky, creative, and upbeat. Bands are selected from regional and national touring acts with an emphasis on uniqueness, quality and representation of a specific musical style.
Shows are Friday nights. Local bands will warm up the scene. Food and beverage will be available for purchase from Mad Anthony Brewing; no outside food or beverage allowed. Admission is $6 at the gate. Youth ages 12 and under are admitted free with a parent or guardian. Gates open at 7:30 p.m.; shows start at 8:30 and the events take place outdoors, rain or shine. The Conservatory is located in downtown Fort Wayne at 1100 S. Calhoun Street.
Sponsorship opportunities for the 2016 season are NOW available. For more information contact Mitch Sheppard 260/427-6441.
Official Lodging Sponsor Holiday Inn at IPFW Coliseum is our official lodging sponsor and has special rates for Parks & Recreation participants! Click the Holiday Inn link and you will be directed to the Holiday Inn's reservation page that already has the special rate loaded. Or call today to book your room! 260-482-3800.
Enjoy some photos from previous Botanical Roots Concerts!
U.R.B (Opener) (Previous show)
The Ark Band (Previous show)
The Botanical Conservatory's Terrace is the perfect outdoor setting for enjoying music downtown!
The Rewinders (Opener) (Previous Show)
The New Familiars (Previous Show)
Otis Gibbs (Opener) (Previous Show)
Country Joe McDonald (Previous Show)
The Staggerers (Opener) (Previous Show)
The Tossers (Previous Show)
The crowd enjoys the music of the Tosser's on a beautiful night.
Dan Smyth Band (Opener) (Previous Show)
John Primer and the Real Deal Blues Band (Previous Show)
John Primer-Couples dance to the blues music.
Whiskey Hollar (Opener) (Previous Show)
Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience (Previous Show)
The crowd dances to Terrance Simien's Zydeco music.
Audience members playing the rubboard with Terrance Simien
Photos courtesy of Greg Hughes