We are very excited for the second season of our concert series here at the Gardens! Below is some very important information to note before you arrive for the show:
-This year it is BYOC, or Bring Your Own Chair to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds. We will not be providing seating this year so be sure to bring your favorite outdoor seat and relax!
-Beer and Malt Beverages are available for purchase at the Gardens, but no outside alcohol is allowed. You will be ID'ed at the door and given a wristband, so make sure to bring your ID or you will not be served.
-Food trucks will be on hand to provide options for eating and drinking, you may also bring in food and non-alcoholic beverages, but no large coolers are allowed.
-In the event of heavy rain, the Band/Artist will move inside and the event will take place indoors.
About the Artist:
Made by Mississippi, shaped a decade of Wyoming wind, and currently hiding out in the maritime clime of Wellington, N.Z., the D.o.M’s first album, 2017’s Prodigal Songs for the End of Days (with guitar gunslinger R.M. Mitchell IV), landed at #6 on the Wyoming Public Radio end of year listeners list, and earned Wyoming CMA finalist nods for Album, Songwriter, and Americana group of the year. Described and as poet and storyteller, he'll make you laugh, make you feel, and probably make you sing with him.
Summer 2019 he returns with The Book of Vanities on the Ivy Hall Studio label out of Nashville, TN. Produced by Josh Gray (The Graysmiths) and engineered and mixed by Eric Loomis (Tyminski).
Find out more:
“Dauphin, Jason Burge. Great, Great songwriter. Quite an ability to draw listeners in with narratives in the songwriting. Beautiful, absolutely Gorgeous.” Grady Kirkpatrick, Wyoming Public Radio
“Jason Burge’s voice in a small space astounded me. His being is an Instrument.”Cindy Bloomquist -The Yard, Saratoga
“Powered with a booming voice and an unmistakable authenticity in his musical aim, Burge almost effortlessly marries the sound of Mississippi with the expansive West in his songwriting. The final result is enough to get you to lower your beer to the table and take in the moment.”
Mike Morris—Fridays in the Asher
Cheyenne Botanic Gardens
710 S Lions Park Dr
Cheyenne, WY, 82001