BigNews.Biz - May 02,2012 - DENVER BOTANIC GARDENS - THE RETURN OF A SUMMERTIME TRADITION: GARDEN GRAPES AND HOPS
AT DENVER BOTANIC GARDENS
Friday, June 8, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Preview Hour – 5-6:30 p.m.
After Party – 9:30-11 p.m.
DENVER—Adults will enjoy great food, great music and great fun in the summer sun when the Garden Grapes and Hops garden party returns to Denver Botanic Gardens on Friday, June 8. This festive summer evening party features live music along with all-you-can-eat food and drink samples from nearly 20 local restaurants, along with several breweries and wineries.
Restaurants includeWazee Supper Club, Rialto Café, The Cherry Cricket,Marlowe’s Denver Restaurant,Bombay Clay Oven, Goosetown Tavernand Lala’s Wine Bar & Pizzeria.
Colorado breweries and wineries such as New Belgium Brewing Company,Great Divide Brewing Company, Odell Brewing Company,Left Hand BrewingCompanyand Zonin USAwill provide beer and wine samples.
A variety of soft drinks will also be available.A single ticketprice includes admission to the Gardens, all food and drink samples, and entertainment.
VIP ticket includes one and a half hour early admission, complimentary valet parking, and admission to the one and half hour after party.
Proceeds from this event will benefit the Gardens’ education, research, conservation and community outreachprograms. Party takes place rain or shine.
5-6:30 p.m. – Preview Hour
6:30-9:30 p.m. – Regular Admission
9:30-11 p.m. – After Party
VIP Ticket - $100
Adult General Ticket - $60
Adult Member Ticket - $55
Designated Driver Ticket - $30 (entitled to soft drinks, water and food – no alcohol)
Tickets can be purchased online between May 2 and June 10 atwww.botanicgardens.org/content/garden-grapes-and-hops.
There will be 200 adult general tickets available at the door on the night of the event. They will be sold on a first come, first served basis for $75 each.
About Denver Botanic Gardens:
Green inside and out, the Gardens is considered one of the top botanical gardens in theUnited States and a pioneer in water conservation. Accredited by the American Association of Museums, the Gardens’ living collections encompass specimens from the tropics to the tundra, showcasing a plant palette chosen to thrive in Colorado’s semi-arid climate. The Gardens' dynamic, 24-acre urban oasis in the heart of the city is now in its 61st year, offering unforgettable opportunities to flourish with unique garden experiences for the whole family – as well as world-class education and plant conservation research programs. Additional sites at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield, a 750-acre wildlife and native plant refuge inJefferson County; andMount Goliath, a high-altitude trail and interpretive site on the Mount Evans Scenic Byway, extend this experience throughout theFront Range. For more information, visit us online atwww.botanicgardens.org.