Garden Grooves: John Martin Quartet
July 7 @ 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm£13.00 - £17.00
Join us in our spectacular gardens for a summer’s evening of music and American-inspired food and drink. Soak up the stunning views across the Limpley Stoke valley while you enjoy the music and choose from an array of light supper and refreshing drinks options at the all-new American Garden Deli.
John Martin Quartet
An evening of jazz classics, Rat Pack Hits & Brazilian Bossa Nova lead by critically acclaimed tenor saxophonist John Martin.
“Martin builds improvisations with a fine concern for tonal subtleties, shrewdly making use of multiphonic sounds and advanced fingerings… a distinctive voice and an explorer of restless promise.” John Fordham – The Guardian
Things you need to know…
Access to the grounds will be available from 5:30pm when doors open, music starts at 7pm. The event ends at 9:30pm and all visitors must exit by 10pm.
Standard tickets are £13.00 per person and provide a spot on the lawn. Please note there are no tables and chairs available on the lawn but you are welcome to bring your own chairs and picnic rugs.
Terrace tickets are £17.00 per person and provide a table reservation on the terrace. Please note tables and chairs are provided but must stay on the terrace.
The American Garden Deli will be open from 5:30-8:30pm serving a selection of hot and cold supper options, refreshing beverages and hot drinks.
We are a non-smoking site and guests are prohibited from bringing their own alcohol.
Please note that tickets to the event only give access to the gardens as the Museum and Exhibition Gallery will be closed at 5pm. You are welcome to visit the Museum and Exhibition prior to their closure at 5pm (last entry 4 pm for the gardens and temporary exhibition and 3 pm for the Museum, located in the manor house), but please note this would require a separate ticket and all guests will need to exit before 5pm and access to the grounds for Garden Grooves will not open until 5:30pm.
We look forward to welcoming you to Garden Grooves at the American Museum & Gardens. Any questions, please contact us via email to ti[email protected] or by phone on +44 (0)1225 460503.