How much are tickets?
Tickets range from $22-$62 when purchased in advance. There are 4 different price levels for each concert with both table seating and lawn seating available. Click here to view the seating chart.
Tickets at tables range from $32-$62 depending on the section and the program. Children 10 and under are half-price at Red or White tables.
Tickets on the lawn are $22 for adults and free for children 10 and under.
All patrons, including infants and toddlers, must have a ticket to enter. All prices increase on the day of the performance.
What time should I arrive?
The Concerts In The Garden box office opens at 5:30 p.m. Concerts In The Garden grounds open at 6:30 p.m. Concerts begin at 8:15 p.m.
If you have tickets on the lawn, please be aware that for some of our more popular concerts, such as Star Wars & Beyond, The Music of Pink Floyd, Classical Mystery Tour, and the Old-Fashioned Family Fireworks Picnic, patrons often begin lining up at the gate fairly early to secure their preferred spot on the lawn, as lawn seating is first-come, first-serve.
What should I bring?
Pack a picnic and bring a blanket or chairs. Concerts In The Garden is a casual, family-friendly, fun, festival atmosphere, so just about anything goes! You will see that some of our patrons really get into the picnic planning. In fact, you may be dazzled by some of the culinary arts on display! You can even bring your own beverages, including beer and wine, as glass containers are allowed.
Concessions and chair rental are both available on site for your convenience.
Please note that chairs should be no taller than 36 inches and tables should be no taller than an ice chest.
Smoking (including vaping), personal fireworks, firearms, open flames, pets, and tents/canopies are not permitted in the concert seating area.
Are there concessions or merchandise available on site?
Yes. The Gardens Restaurant provides concessions on concert nights with a variety of festival-style options available, including hot dogs, cotton candy, ice cream treats, and a variety of beverages.
You can order ahead from our Official Picnic Partner, Central Market, which has created a special menu for Concerts In The Garden. Simply order by phone and then pick up your picnic dinner when you arrive. On concert nights, The Gardens Restaurant provides concessions onsite.
The Fort Worth Botanical Society manages a gift shop where you can purchase your official festival T-shirt along with other fun items for the kids (and kids at heart). Chair rental is also available. Just look for the big tent in the center of the lawn area.
May I exchange my tickets or get a refund?
There are no refunds or exchanges for Concerts In The Garden tickets or parking passes, except in the event of a concert cancellation. (see below)
What if the weather doesn't cooperate?
For information on concert delays and cancellations, check the FWSO's Twitter or Facebook feeds, call our Ticket Office at 817-665-6000, or visit fwsymphony.org.
If a concert must be cancelled, paid lawn tickets will be honored at a remaining performance, based on availability. Guests with paid table tickets should call 817-665-6000 to exchange reserved seats for another performance.
Parking passes and complimentary tickets may not be exchanged.
I recently purchased tickets and have now received a discount offer, can I have the discount applied to my order?
Discounts cannot be applied to previously purchased tickets.
What about accessibility?
The facilities at Concerts In The Garden are wheelchair-accessible. Accessible parking is available inside the Fort Worth Botanic Garden for $20 for vehicles with a posted parking permit. Additionally, there is wheelchair-accessible van service available from Farrington Athletic Field and is included in the $10 parking fee. Patrons with impaired mobility are encouraged to use the South entrance to the concert grounds, as it is closest to accessible seating areas.
Where do I park?
The North Lot is near the Fort Worth Botanic Garden administrative building. Entry to this lot is off of Trail Drive.
The South Lot is Just off the I-30 service road between University and Montgomery, by the Montgomery Street Antique Mall.
This option allows you to park your vehicle closer to the concert entrance, keep your keys, and retrieve your own vehicle after the performance. To get to the Handicapped parking area, enter the Garden from Trail Drive.
This option allows you to valet-park or self-park your vehicle close by. To get to the VIP/Valet Parking area, enter the Garden from Trail Drive.
Paid parking passes for VIP/Valet, North and South lots may be purchased in advance with your ticket order — you cannot pay for parking at these lots night of show.
DAY OF PERFORMANCE
Park for $10 per car (cash only) at the Farrington Athletic Field parking lot on the corner of University Drive and West Lancaster Avenue, and ride the free shuttle to the gate. Shuttle service begins at 5:30 PM and runs continuously until 30 minutes after the concert. Shuttles are handicapped-accessible.
Farrington Field parking passes are available on-site only, night of show, with cash.
Click here to view a map of the parking options.
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Concerts In the Garden is a Green event! The FWSO will continue its recycling program again this year in partnership with the City of Fort Worth and Waste Management.
What can I recycle?
- Paper and cardboard
Where do I recycle?
Recycling receptacles will be placed next to most trash cans throughout the audience seating area.
When can I recycle?
At all Concerts In The Garden performances, before, during and after each performance.
How do I recycle?
All recyclable materials can be mixed together in the recycling receptacles. There is no need to separate recycling materials. If you have any questions, look for one of our friendly Eco Team volunteers at the recycling stations.