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Sounds Green – Hannah Horton

The Garden opens its gates late on Wednesday evenings throughout July to host a season of open-air music from Cambridge Summer Music

  • 17th July 2024 - 17th July 2024
  • 6:15 pm - 8:30 pm

Hannah is an award-winning saxophonist and composer, bandleader, and successful recording artist. Her strong, clear tone, powerful rhythmic sense and compelling sense of melody make her an unmistakeable voice on the scene. She has an honest, engaging and uninhibitedly personal take on jazz.

Set on the Garden’s Main Lawn, visitors can relax and enjoy informal and fun live music with family and friends, on a (hopefully) warm and balmy evening.

🎵 Music begins at 6.30pm, lasting approximately one hour.

🎵 Visitors are welcome to enjoy the Garden until 8.30pm when the gates will close.

🎵 Picnics are welcome. Food and drink will be provided by Pull Me Cheri and The Garden Café. Ice cream by Jack’s Gelato.

🎵 Bring a rug or picnic chair and relax in beautiful surroundings to some stunning musical sounds!

Tickets:

Tickets are the cost of normal Garden admission and include entry into the Garden from 10am.

Paying visitors are advised to book online for this event as tickets cannot be guaranteed on the gates. Online tickets can be purchased up until 5pm on the day of the event.

It is not necessary to purchase advance tickets if you are:

  • An Essential Carer for a Disabled Visitor
  • A Child 0 – 16 inclusive (must be accompanied by an adult)
  • A CUBG Friend or Corporate Friend (on display of a membership card)
  • A CU Student (on display of a student card)

Sounds Green is part of the Cambridge Summer Music Festival, and is kindly supported by Birketts LLP

Facilities

  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Disabled Accessibility
  • Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • Restaurant

Accessibility Facilities

  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Designated wheelchair public toilet
  • Wheel chair accessible
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