LIVE in the Garden: Azul Barrientos & Friends | Kids Out and About San Antonio

LIVE in the Garden: Azul Barrientos & Friends

In harmony with the San Antonio Botanical Garden’s exciting new Frida Kahlo Oasis exhibition, celebrate Mexican culture and the icon herself through an exclusive concert series. On select Tuesdays, beginning in July on Frida’s birthday, the Botanical Garden invites you to enjoy an intimate evening featuring live performances on the lawn by San Antonio’s beloved singer/songwriter Azul Barrientos accompanied by fellow musicians, featuring different musical guests each concert. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets and there will be a variety of food and beverages available for purchase. Frida Kahlo Oasis is on view now through November 2, 2021.

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In the case of inclement weather, this performance will move fully indoors.

Fee: $25 ($22.50 member)

On July 6, in its inaugural concert, the Botanical Garden will be providing a limited number of Mexican pastries and a margarita (for guests 21 and over) to toast to Frida in celebration of her birthday. Guests will also be able to make their own paper flower crowns.

Buy Tickets to all 4 concerts and receive a 15% discount ($85 for the series)
Must be purchased before July 6 and cannot be combined with the member discount.

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About Azul Barrientos

A musician originally from Mexico City and now based in San Antonio, Azul works to conserve and develop the folk music that she was first introduced to as a child. Having learned and continuing her study of the rhythms and stories of previous generations, Azul rejoices in her Latina roots and gives life and meaning to the narratives of Latin American history by highlighting the many cultural influences and interconnections between the Americas, Africa, and Spain. Beginning her musical trajectory at an early age, Azul witnessed her parents’ nightly rituals of harmonizing with each other. Her mother provided the vocals and Azul’s father the guitar melodies. Through this exchange, Azul learned the beauty of music between family members and loved ones.

Photo credit Julián P. Ledezma.

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555 Funston Pl,
San Antonio, TX, 78209
United States


(210) 207-3250
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6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
$25 ($22.50 member)


All Ages