Music at the Gardens
Highlighting a variety of music genres, Olbrich is pleased to present three annual concert series. With the great melting pot of musicians Madison has to offer, visitors can enjoy everything from the soulful blues and soothing jazz to good old fashioned rock-n-roll and an assortment of ethnic music.
Music at the Gardens - Winter Concert Series
February - March
Various days & times
Spice up your winter with a concert in Olbrich's Evjue Commons. Special concerts for kids, dance concerts, and a variety of musical genres are featured. Seating is provided.
Summer Concert Series
June - July
Enjoy your summer evenings with a concert on the Great Lawn of Olbrich's outdoor gardens. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, pack a picnic, or purchase hotdogs and brats at the Gardens from the Madison East Kiwanis. Picnics are allowed in the Gardens for Tuesday concerts only.
In case of rain, concerts will be held indoors, and the Kiwanis brat and hotdog stand will not be available. We will post the decision for an indoor/outdoor concert on our Web site after 3 pm on the days of the concert if the weather is questionable.
Holiday Concert Series
Every Sunday, 2-3 pm
Warm up your Sundays in December with festive holiday music during Olbrich's Holiday Concert Series. Don't forget to check out Olbrich's Holiday Express while you're here! Seating is provided.
All concerts are sponsored by the Olbrich Botanical Society.
Olbrich is always looking for new solo and group performers to keep our concert series fresh. If you are interested in performing for one of Olbrich's concert series, please contact:
Special Events Coordinator
Olbrich Botanical Gardens
3330 Atwood Avenue
Madison, WI 53704
Please provide contact information (official group name, contact name, address, phone, and e-mail), music genres, and music samples.
If the entertainment committee would like to inquire further about booking you as a solo artist or the group you represent, we will contact you with available concert dates at the contact information you provide.