Houston Botanic Garden is open daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Through August, join us for Twilight Tuesdays, when the Garden stays open until 7 p.m.

Houston Botanic Garden is open daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Through August, join us for Twilight Tuesdays, when the Garden stays open until 7 p.m.

Sunday Concert Series

Family-friendly live music in a spacious, beautiful setting

Each Sunday, May 2-June 6, from 3-5 p.m., the sound of live music will combine with the aural sensations of nature to provide attendees with a refreshing, family-friendly outdoor cultural experience.

In partnership with Allen Hill Entertainment, the Garden curated the artist line-up to reflect and embrace the diversity of both the surrounding community and the wide-ranging cultural influences that make Houston such a creative hub.

Each Sunday Concert Series performance is included in the cost of general admission. Ticket prices on Sundays are $15 for adults and $10 for students (with current ID) and children age 3 and older. Members can use the general admission(s) benefit associated with their level of membership toward the cost of a concert ticket(s). Concessions, including beer and wine, will be available for purchase; outside food and drink are prohibited.

To purchase tickets in advance (strongly recommended), click Get Tickets and select the Sunday(s) of interest from the calendar.

NOTE: Bring your own lawn/camp chair(s). Limited reserved seating will be available for additional purchase ($75 for a VIP Table Reservation with seating for 4, which comes with a charcuterie box and drink tickets to redeem for a bottle of wine or 4 beers, courtesy of Karbach Brewing).

Presenting Sponsor

  • Bartlett Tree Experts

Trumpet Vine Sponsors

  • Frost
  • Nature’s Way Resources

Musical Notes Sponsors

  • Emily & Robert Emmett
  • MWM Partners
  • Yellowstone Landscape
  • Chris Staffel

Special thanks to Karbach Brewing Co.

May 2

Zenteno Spirit Band features top-notch Latin grooves and stellar musicianship to generate excitement and action on the dance floor. While merengues, salsa, cumbias, and cha chas are the foundation of the Zenteno Spirit Band, they also keep their audiences engaged with a wide variety of funk, rhythm & blues, jazz, and rock and roll dance numbers.

May 9

Houston native Trudy Lynn sings the blues all over the world. She has recorded 13 solo albums, including Royal Oaks Blues Café, which hit #1 on the Billboard Blues chart in 2014, and received the Living Legend Blues Award from the Houston Blues Society in 2019. Trudy’s musical partner, harp ace Steve Krase, is an energetic front man with a powerhouse backing band.

May 16

Two Tons of Steel’s rambunctious brand of country-rooted rock and high-energy show guarantee a fun party. Whether they are performing at the Grand Ole Opry, Gruene Hall, or any other great venue, Two Tons of Steel provides a sound, attitude, and approach as big as Texas.

May 23

Blaggards shake, shock, and rock traditional Irish music to give it a Texas-tinged flavor all its own. Their high-flying sensibility tips its hat to The Pogues and Dropkick Murphys, ignoring stale green beer in favor of stout Irish rock.

May 30

Ancient Cat Society combines, folk, pop, Americana, and indie rock to create a uniquely Houston sound. The Axiom Quartet is a dynamic and passionate string quartet dedicated to performances that are limited not only to classical music, but also include all music genres, with equal excellence, and with no boundaries or limits.

June 6

Yelba is a joy to watch and a wonderful entertainer. With her versatile band she can play anything from smooth jazz for a cocktail set, Disco, and current pop dance hits! She sings in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

Concert Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor
Trumpet Vine Sponsor
Trumpet Vine Sponsor