Tunes & Tastings Summer Concerts
Summer Concert Series | Every Friday, Aug. 7 – Sept. 4 | Garden Green
The concert begins at 7pm and ends at 9:30pm
Do you miss concerts as much as we do? Good news – our past concert series has inspired this new Tunes & Tastings summer concert series!
This is an intimate summer concert series, happening on the Garden Green (instead of the amphitheater, like our past series) and featuring regional acts, food, alcoholic beverages and tastings from local wineries and breweries.
Based on current guidelines, we will be limiting attendance. Learn more about our COVID-19 procedures at the bottom of this page.
See you in the Garden! 🎶
Artist Bios & Info
Today, you’ll find Britnee sharing the stage with the likes of Blake Shelton, Eric Paslay, Lee Brice, Kane Brown, Little Big Town and Keith Urban. You may have also seen her on Season 11 and Season 12 of American Idol. She has a large fan base, with a local and worldwide following.
Learn more about Britnee.
Buy tickets to her August 7th show.
While spending years on the road (both in the U.S. and internationally) with pop and contemporary jazz greats Bobby Caldwell, Gino Vannelli and Jeff Lorber Fusion, Lamb has also become a successful solo recording artist, with five albums and three Top 5 hits on the Billboard chart. He is also a member of the Oregon Music Hall of Fame.
Learn more about the Patrick Lamb Jazz Quintet.
Buy tickets to the August 14th show.
A project of Oregon Music Hall of Fame Patrick Lamb who has toured the world with some of the greatest artists of our time, Patrick has put together the best musicians, the best presentation, the best song lists, and production to regularly book the band for the most high-end corporate functions, from Sinatra to Motown/jazz or current top hits, the band is hired to have the versatility and musicality and the look to truly entertain.
Learn more about Hit Factory.
Buy tickets to their August 28th show.
Audiences are truly mesmerized by Aaron’s unique stage presence blended with awe-inspiring virtuosic performances. He immediately engages his fans, displaying an affinity for the violin in a seemingly effortless mastery of the instrument. Meyer will perform a duo with Jean-Pierre Garau on September 4th.
Learn more about Aaron Meyer.
Buy tickets to the September 4th show.
Admission time is based on the ticket type that you purchase. Arrive early and pick the perfect spot for the concert, enjoy dinner on the Garden Green and grab discounted drinks during Happy Hour (5-6pm). Dinner tickets must be purchased the Thursday before the concert by 2pm.
Scattered ticket times will help us control the number of people waiting in line together, to enter the venue. Tickets will only be available for purchase online, no at-the-door sales, to limit transactions in person.
– No outside food or drink allowed –
Garden Members receive a $1 discount on General Admission tickets. Please have your Membership card ready at Admissions.
Onsite parking is $5-$10, depending on how close you want to be to the concert venue.
Parking must be purchased online in advance, by adding it to your ticket at check-out.
Garden Members receive free parking ($5 value), please have your Membership Card ready at the Parking Booth.
Food & Drinks
Beer, wine, hard cider, spiked seltzer, soda and water will be available. Happy Hour: $1 off all drinks from 5-6pm
Pulled pork dinner is available for pre-purchase during the ticket-buying process. This needs to be purchased online in advance. The bar will have small snacks available.
Stay the night!
The Oregon Garden Resort is just steps from the concert venue.
Stay on this special overnight package, starting at just $219 for two people, and enjoy tickets to the concert, overnight accommodations, Garden admission and breakfast. You can add a pulled pork dinner to your reservation for $20 per person, by calling 503-874-2500 after booking your room.
Frequently Asked Questions
- All groups of attendees will be seated at least 6′ apart
- Please stay at least six feet apart whenever possible, including in lines
- Safety officers will ensuring all social distance guidelines given to us by the Governor are followed
- Maximum of 10 people are allowed to congregate together
- Face coverings are required in the event venue when not seated at your blanket/chairs, including while waiting in line for admissions, the bar, the restrooms and inside the Oregon Garden Resort
- While seated at your blankets/chairs, face coverings are encouraged but not required
- Face coverings do not need to be worn when walking The Oregon Garden (outside of the event venue), unless 6 feet of space cannot be maintained
Hand sanitizer will be available at admissions, the bar, and restrooms
In the event COVID-19 regulations become more strict, the format of the concert could change. We will update all ticket holders of any changes as soon as possible. In the event that this concert must be canceled due to changing guidelines, refunds will be issued.
Please bring something to sit on – this can be a blanket or a low back chair. Please note that taller chairs will be placed towards the back for everyone’s viewing pleasure.
Don’t forget blankets or jackets for the evening, in case it gets chilly. And bring comfortable shoes to use for exploring the Garden, if your ticket includes Garden admission.
Please do not bring outside food or drink.
We are excited for summer concerts to return to the Garden! We have used our concert series from 10 years ago as inspiration for our new Tunes & Tastings format. This concert series is on the Garden Green and not in the Amphitheater, like our past concert series. These shows will be more intimate, featuring regional performers and scaled-back production value.
Due to COVID-19, the capacity is 225 people – which means you’ll be close to the stage. This also means tickets will sell fast, so get yours quickly!
No outside food or drinks allowed. However, we encourage you to purchase a dinner + admission ticket that includes a pulled pork sandwich, coleslaw, baked beans and watermelon (vegetarian and GF alternative available). This ticket is the first admission time. Arrive early, get prime seating and enjoy dinner in the Garden before the concert starts!
There will also be a bar serving wine, beer, cider and spiked seltzer.
Yes – Garden Members receive $1 off General Admission tickets and free parking ($5 value). Please have your membership card ready when arriving at the Parking Booth and Admissions.
Yes. Since all people, including babies, count in the maximum number of people that can gather due to COVID-19, attendees of all ages will need to purchase a ticket.
Children 12 & under who aren’t eating dinner and have a General Admission ticket can accompany their parents at whatever time their parent’s entry time is.