Formerly known as “Tuesdays on the Terrace” Botanica is opening a new similar concert series: Twilight Tunes on the Terrace 2023.
Relax and unwind this summer at Botanica with their new concert series. Twilight Tunes on the Terrace at Botanica are a summertime treat for grownups. Botanica calls this event a mixing of live music, happy hour and horticulture.
Twilight Tunes on the Terrace beginning April 25, 2023, and recurring on the fourth Tuesday night May through September. Tickets are $12 for the public, $10 for members and $6 for premium members. All tickets must be pre-purchased; Click HERE to get Tickets and no tickets will be sold at the door.
“Twilight Tunes on the Terrace is the perfect way to spend a summer evening with friends,” said Jamee
Ross, Director of Development. “This year, we extended our programming to offer concerts from April
through September and have curated a lineup of regional bands that everyone is sure to enjoy.”
Doors will open at 5:30pm for guests to stroll through the gardens enjoying cocktails, beer, wine and
non-alcoholic beverages for purchase from Bar on Demand. Starting in May, guests will also be able to
mingle among animatronic dinosaurs as part of Botanica’s annual summer exhibit, “Dinosaurs Around
the World.” Dinner will be available for purchase from Molino’s Mexican Cuisine. Guests are also
welcome to pack a picnic, but no outside alcohol will be allowed in the gardens. The concert begins on
the Terrace at 6:30pm and concludes at 8:30pm.
Live performances at Botanica for Twilight Tunes on the Terrace:
April 25 – Rick Cook Band: True country music influenced by George Strait, Alan Jackson and more
May 23 – Dustin Arbuckle and the Damnations: A band with cross-genre electric Americana vibes
June 27 – Llew Brown Band: Wichita-based band that plays rock, country and pop music
July 25 – The Echos: Five-piece ‘80s New Wave band based in Wichita
August 22 – Jared Brown and the Dirt Road Misfits: Country ranging from ‘70s rock, old and red dirt
September 26 –The Lucky People: Performs a variety of popular songs from the ‘80s until now
Gather at Botanica for an evening of upbeat music, tasty food, delicious drinks and a stroll
through the gardens under the twinkling stars.