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ASF announces Garden Glow summer concert series

Friday, May 28, 2021

Jazz, Blues, Singer-Songwriters, Folk/Americana artists to perform live on amphitheater stage in Shakespeare Garden

 

MONTGOMERY, Ala., Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s magical Shakespeare Garden amphitheater will come alive for Garden Glow, a summer music series featuring Jazz, Blues, Singer-Songwriters, and Folk/Americana on four Friday evenings in June and July. Patrons and their friends and family will enjoy a relaxing outdoor event featuring a diverse lineup of talented musicians. Chairs and picnic blankets are welcome. Full bar service will be available. Seating is limited.

Tickets for each performance are $10. Guests may also pre-order charcuterie boxes (cured meats and cheese or cheese only) when they purchase tickets.

What: ASF’s Garden Glow summer concert series

When: Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. (gate opens at 7 p.m.)

June 11 — Jazz
Coleman Woodson Group
June 25 — Blues
Dave P and Friends
July 9 — Singer-Songwriters
Josh Carples, Neal Lucas, Megan McMillian
July 23 — Folk/Americana
Sea of Fog

Where: Alabama Shakespeare Festival Shakespeare Garden Amphitheater

How: Purchase tickets online now at ASF.net | Purchase through the Box Office by phone or email starting Tuesday, June 1 at noon (BoxOffice@asf.net or 334-271-5353

More information about Garden Glow and the artists is available at ASF.net/Garden-Glow.

Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the State’s theatre, builds community by engaging, entertaining, and inspiring people with transformative theatrical performances and compelling educational and community programs. From its founding in a high school auditorium in Anniston in 1972 to its designation as the State Theatre of Alabama in 1977 to the stunning $21.5 million performing arts complex in Montgomery (built in 1985), ASF has been a leader in the performing arts throughout the state, region, and country. As a beloved Alabama arts institution, ASF broadens the cultural identity of the South by producing classics, Shakespeare, contemporary plays, musicals, theatre for young audiences, and exciting new works. Since its inception, ASF has provided education programs to more than one million students; annually, SchoolFest, a student-matinee program, presents high-quality theatrical experiences to nearly 35,000 students.