WE ARE COMMITTED TO PROVIDING AN EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIENCE FOR LIVE PERFORMANCE CELEBRATING THE EMOTION AND SENSE OF COMMUNITY THAT MUSIC CREATES BY SHOWCASING MUSICAL TALENT AND CREATIVITY WHILE PROVIDING A SUPERIOR EXPERIENCE FOR OUR AUDIENCE.
Performances occur every Thursday throughout the 2021 summer beginning at 6:30 p.m. and ending at approximately 8:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Admission to The Boerner Botanical Gardens to attend the summer concerts is free. Attendees are welcome to walk through the gardens after 6:00 p.m. at no additional cost.
Gene Mueller shall return as the emcee of the event along with That’s Amore who will once again offer tasty food and beverages, including wine and beer, before and during the concert - guests are also allowed to bring their own food.
9400 Boerner Dr
Hales Corners, WI 53130
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This summer’s amazing 8-week lineup again showcases extraordinary talent, including up-and-coming acts. Download the full line-up.
Why not arrive early for the concert to enjoy a tour of the gardens? View a printable Gardens Map for a walking tour of the Boerner Botanical Gardens. The Concerts in the Gardens location is indicated in the top left of the map.
Get a printable Boerner Botanical Garden Tour Guide.
For more information about Boerner Botanical Gardens' location, hours, partners, mission, events and activities visit Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens.
Did you know that beyond Concerts in the Gardens at the Boerner Botanical Gardens, Wimmer Communities sponsors music at two other venues: “Beer in the Bushes” in Sanibel Island, Florida and Concerts at the Beer Garden in the Historic Village Centre of Menomonee Falls.
Beer in the Bushes is an annual event for the benefit of The Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation. Our musical sponsorship on Saturday, April 11th will benefit this worthwhile conservation and land trust organization whose mission is to protect the area’s coastal habitats and aquatic resources. For more information visit the Beer in the Bushes.