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Jennifer Nettles LIVE At The Garden
Jennifer Nettles LIVE At The Garden
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Date/Time
Date(s) - August 1, 2014
8:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Location
Memphis Botanical Garden

Imagine sitting under the stars, surrounded by beautiful gardens, while a soft summer breeze lazily floats by. You’re sipping a cool drink, dining, and chatting with friends, while listening to the music of world-renowned artists.

Welcome to Live at the Garden!  With music as diverse as our 26 unique specialty gardens, Live at the Garden is a music-lover’s dream come true, complete with a star-studded lineup and 96-acres of unsurpassed natural beauty at the Memphis Botanic Garden. All you need is an appetite for fun and we’ll bring the stars. Join us as we continue Memphis’ coolest tradition – Live at the Garden is an experience you won’t want to miss!

It will be an evening to remember when you see Jennifer Nettles LIVE At The Garden on August 1st at 8:30pm.  For tickets click here.

 

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