Did you know that Robin Macy, Bartlett Arboretum owner and musician extraordinaire, is also a math teacher? That’s right! And she would be the first to tell you the Treehouse Concert Series at the Arboretum in Belle Plaine is a steal. Eleven – that’s right, 11 – concerts for only $75. That’s only $6.82 each. A lot of entertainment for not very much money. (Tickets can be purchased separately for $10 at the door.) And that includes access to Art at the Arb, two days of incredible art, music and music.
This is an older post. See the current lineup of Treehouse Concerts here.
This year’s concert series starts April 6 and the lineup includes:
April 6: Kentucky White’s Country Music Show
April 12 & 13: Art at the Arb (open all weekend from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
April 20: Woods, Winds & Willows
April 27: Jimmy Lafave
May 11: Cherokee Maidens and Sycamore Swing
May 25: Split Lip Rayfield
June 6: Brave Combo
June 15: The Steel Wheels (Father’s Day)
June 29: Jeff Scroggins and Colorado with Big Twang Redux
Sept. 14: Driven
Oct. 19: Eliza Gilkyson
Gates open at 3 p.m. and shows begin at 4 p.m., with a few exceptions (see the schedule below). As the flyer says, “Bring a picnic, leave the pooch, and take a short drive for the soul to Belle Plaine.”
For tickets and more information, including any possible schedule changes, visit http://www.bartlettarboretum.com/.