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Cambridge University Botanic Garden Sounds Green 2019

Live Music

Cambridge University Botanic Garden
Brookside
Cambridge
Cambs
CB2 1JE

Tel: 01223 336265

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Cambridge University Botanic Garden Sounds Green 2019

Sounds Green Open Air Music – Every Wednesday evening in July 2019 in association with Cambridge Summer Music

A weekly celebration of summer and music, Sounds Green is part of the Cambridge Summer Music programme of events. Set on the Garden's Main Lawn with the Bee Borders as a stunning backdrop, visitors can enjoy an array of live music with family and friends, on a (hopefully) warm and balmy evening.

Music begins at 6.15pm, lasting approx one hour.
Visitors are welcome to stay on and enjoy the Garden until 8pm when the gates will close, and the event is suitable for all ages.

New this year: visitors must purchase online tickets in advance in order to attend the concerts

The concerts are hugely popular and we want to provide the best experience to our visitors so this year, we are issuing tickets to avoid overcrowding and long queues. The tickets are the same cost as normal Garden admission but all paying visitors must purchase tickets in advance which can be done via the CU Botanic Garden website https://www.botanic.cam.ac.uk/whats-on/

Tickets may be available to purchase on the gate on the day of each performance but this is NOT guaranteed.

CUBG Friends & CU Students do not need to purchase advance tickets and can use membership/CU cards for entry.


The Sounds Green Programme 2019

Wednesday 3 July 2019, 6.15pm
AfroTema

Let go and live the moment with the danceable sounds of local band AfroTema.  They will start the Sounds Green series with a mix of Senegalese salsa, Afro-Latin & reggae style music.

Wednesday 10 July 2019, 6.15pm
Martin Kemp's Organised Chaos

Swing and jazz standards from 1930s to the present, with a highly varied repertoire and host of traditions from Shakespeare songs to tango and gypsy jazz to Elvis Costello.

Wednesday 17 July 2019, 6.15pm
Truly Medley Deeply

A hybrid of live band, DJ and jukebox producing full-flowing, continuous medleys which condense Motown classics and hits with stadium rock, classic House and Gangsta Rap.

Wednesday 24 July 2019, 6.15pm
Noga Ritter

Powerful lyrics in Hebrew and English combine with Afro grooves and jazz influences to create a fusion toe-tapping sounds. Singer-songwriter Noga Ritter brings some of London’s finest musicians to form her genre-defying band.

Wednesday 31 July 2019, 6.15pm
Ruth Applin & Josh Kemp Quartet

Swinging rhythms and rich sounds wind up the Sounds Green series with music from the Great American Songbook and singers such as Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday for a classic jazz, blues and bossa nova finale.

Food and Drink
The Garden Café will be serving BBQ food and drink; other fod and bar drinks will be served by Pull Me Cheri and Thirsty and Jack's Gelato will be selling home-made ice cream on the Main Lawn. Visitors are also welcome to bring thier own picnics.

Sounds Green 2019 is kindly supported by BDB Bircham Dyson Bell

Opening Times

Wednesday Evenings July 2020 (3 Jul 2020 - 31 Jul 2020)
DayTimes
Wednesday18:1520:00

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