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Rock out your Friday the 13th!



Get ready to groove with the Museum’s annual Garden Month Concert next Friday, March 13th. Don’t miss your chance to picnic in the Gardens while listening to the KTG Band. From Marvin Gaye to Aretha Franklin, Usher to Frank Sinatra, KTG will have you out of your seat and dancing in no time! Guests are invited to bring chairs, picnics, and their favorite beverages to enjoy an evening in the Cummer Gardens. Doors open at 6 p.m. and music will begin at 7 p.m. All the galleries will also be open if you would like to check out our newest exhibitions before enjoying the show!

As a special perk for Members Only, with paid admission to the concert, you will receive a ticket for a free drink. Click here to register for this event online. For further information or to make your required reservation, please call 904.899.6038.

Don’t feel like packing a picnic? Let the Cummer Café handle all your food and beverage needs by ordering ahead of time and picking it up when you arrive for the concert! To preorder, call 904.899.6022 or email for more information.

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