Atlanta Botanical Garden 'Concerts in the Garden' 2018 lineup: Sheryl Crow, Bruce Hornsby and more


BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene

[This story was originally posted at 10 a.m. March 27, 2018]

The 16th annual edition of the Atlanta Botanical Garden concert series will bring seven shows to the Great Lawn at the Midtown garden.

Concerts in the Garden will kick off June 6 with Sheryl Crow and wrap Aug. 24 with Guster.

The Gainesville outpost of the series, at the Ivester Amphitheater, will spotlight two concerts so far – Boz Scaggs at 8 p.m. May 5 and Melissa Etheridge at 8 p.m. Sept. 22. Tickets for Scaggs are $55.50 ($53.50 for members) and for Etheridge, $57.50 ($55.50 for members).,

More acts are expected to be announced later this spring.

Tickets for the series will be available April 6 at www.concertsinthegarden.org and at Garden admissions.

Seating for all shows is general admission (blankets and low-rise chairs are welcome). Cash bars and food purchase options will be available.

Here is the lineup for the Atlanta Concerts in the Garden series:

June 6: Sheryl Crow (7:30 p.m., $84.50/$82.50 for members)

June 15:  The Wood Brothers (7 p.m., $38.50/$36.50)

June 29:  JJ Grey & Mofro (8 p.m., $41.50/$39.50)

July 13:  Bruce Hornsby (8 p.m., $56.50/$54.50)

July 27:  Michael McDonald (8 p.m., $53.50/$51.50)

Aug. 4:  Mary Chapin Carpenter (8 p.m., $59.50/$57.50)

Aug. 24:  Guster (8 p.m., $57.50, $55.50)

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