A Sunset Series Concert Event with Riggsbee Road – July 21 – presented by Bobcat of Fayetteville
Have you heard the buzz?? The Garden Sunset Series is the place to bee on July 21. Bring your honey, your queen, or your whole hive out to hear amazing music, nip the Moonshine nectar, dine on a variety of delights, and create sweet memories at Cape Fear Botanical Garden. Featuring Riggsbee Road, an all-female newgrass band popular with audiences across the Southeast.
* Moonshine Tasting & Cocktails with Mixologist Rob Clayton — including Signature Cocktail, the Beekeeper
* Bees & Boards Restaurant + Provision Co. with snack boxes and other dining delights
* Food Trucks: Gourmet Hot Dogs from Tanks and Franks and others TBD
* Cumberland County Beekeepers Association, sharing information, selling honey, and providing tours to visit the Garden Bee Houses
* Bobcat of Fayetteville equipment showcase & photo opp
* Special Exhibit Open during this event: Horticulture, Hooch & Outlaws in Fast Cars – a self-guided tour digging in to NASCAR’s botanical roots
Come enjoy an evening of music, moonshine & memory-making at Cape Fear Botanical Garden. Sunset Series is presented by Bobcat of Fayetteville. Rain or Shine.
NO ADVANCE TICKET REQUIRED. Pay your General Admission on the Day of – Members attend for Free!
Riggsbee Road is an all-female country and “new” grass band based in Raleigh, NC. Covering pop, country, and classic tunes with a big banjo sound and smooth vocal harmonies, this is one unique and powerful femme phenom.
Shelley Kelly, former lead singer with Huckleberry Blue, had a dream of creating an all-female project with a banjo signature and full three-part harmonies. Long-time friend and keyboardist Laura Schuchart signed on immediately with a similar vision. Next, Skye Pixton joined on banjo, bringing the third harmony and a fresh bluegrass twist, followed by two dynamo musicians — Amy Hall on drums and Megan Maloney on bass. They are having a blast covering your favorite tunes in their unique style!
Riggsbee Road has played festivals, concert series events, and lots of other other NC stages, including the NC Association of Festivals & Events Showcase. We are thrilled to welcome them to Fayetteville and Cape Fear Botanical Garden.
Things to Know…
* Some concert seating will be available, but we recommend you bring your own chairs to be most comfortable
* The Garden will be open from 9am-9pm, so feel free to come early to enjoy the grounds — or explore during the event!
* Garden Gift Shop will be open
* Food Trucks will be onsite ready to serve at 5:30pm. You are also welcome to bring your own food to the Gardens
* Event is Rain or Shine – First choice is outdoors, of course, but we’ll move into the beautiful Orangery if weather necessitates
This event is included with General Garden Admission…
Ages 13+ – $10 (+ tax)
Military (with ID) – $9 (+ tax)
Adults 65 & Older – $9 (+ tax)
Children 6-12 – $5 (+ tax)
Children 5 & Under: Free