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Gardens as Art, Art in the Gardens The arts at Longwood are as alive, inspiring, and beautiful as our Gardens. Just as our founder, Pierre S. du Pont, showcased the leading artists of his time in these spectacular gardens, the vision continues today. Our summer lineup includes more than 40 performances in the most beautiful settings. Be sure to visit us at night this summer as we debut Light: Installations by Bruce Munro. You’ll see the Gardens in a whole new light as you experience eight outdoor light installations over 23 acres. All summer long, the arts come alive!

Cover photo: Pennsylvania Ballet at Longwood Gardens (Circa 1966-67)


Light Installations by Bruce Munro June 9–September 29

Experience the imaginative art of Bruce Munro, British lighting artist. This US premiere illuminates our Gardens with large-scale, site-specific light installations never before seen.

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Buy before you arrive • Timed admission tickets required • Tickets limited

Look for events labeled Light Nights and SmART Nights throughout this guide

To experience Light, we recommend purchasing timed admission tickets in advance of your visit as tickets are limited. Timed admission limits the number of people in the Gardens, providing a better visiting experience. Members, come as you wish Sunday–Friday throughout Light. On Saturday evenings after 4 pm, Members require free reservations.

Light Nights are fun for the whole family! Sing along at an outdoor concert, make a craft, and enjoy other family-friendly activities!

Purchase tickets & make free Member reservations at longwoodgardens.org

Turn on your left and right brain during SmART Nights. Hear some of the region’s brightest minds explore the science of light, then share your own bright ideas at our StorySlams. Each night’s theme will elicit stories that come from our audience—so bring your best, or just come to listen!


June Wine & Jazz Festival Saturday, June 2 12–5:30 pm

Savor fine wines and sample fresh, local fare as you enjoy the sights and sounds of live jazz in our Gardens.

Featuring Joe Baione Quintet 12–1 pm Dominick Farinacci Quintet 1:30–2:30 pm Wycliffe Gordon Quartet 3–4 pm Grammy Award winner Dianne Reeves 4:30–5:30 pm $40 Adults ages 21+ $34 Members ages 21+ $25 Designated drivers $21 Member designated drivers Festival location: The Meadow Tickets: longwoodgardens.org or 610.388.1000 Presented in partnership with Main Line Magazine and WRTI 90.1 FM

Curtis Institute of Music Master Classes Sunday, June 10– Wednesday, June 13 2 pm, daily

Observe a week-long public opera master class presented by Mikael Eliasen, artistic director of the Curtis Opera Theatre and Hirsig Family Headof-Department Chair in Vocal Studies.

Master Class Performance Thursday, June 14 7:30 pm Classes & performance: Ballroom Free with Gardens Admission

Jonny Lang and Robert Randolph Wednesday, June 13 7:30 pm

Grammy-winning guitarist Jonny Lang has toured with the Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, B.B. King, Blues Traveler, and more. He is joined by Robert Randolph, who was named one of Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketmaster.com or 1.800.745.3000 $39.50–$85 Reserved seating $34.50–$80 Members Presented in association with BRE Presents

Light Night Friday, June 15 5–9 pm

Join the fun as guests work collaboratively to create light sculptures using water bottles and glow sticks! Kids make a sun catcher craft. The whole family can enjoy the four-time Grammy-nominated children’s folk-rock duo Trout Fishing in America at 7 pm. Family activities: Terrace Tent Performance: Main Fountain Garden Free with Gardens Admission

Dendê & Band Saturday, June 16 7:30 pm

Percussionist, singer, composer, bandleader, and teacher Dendê has been performing his Afro-Brazilian music since the age of 14. Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission


Robert Randolph Wednesday, June 13

Curtis Master Classes

Sunday, June 10–Wednesday, June 13

Dianne Reeves Wine & Jazz Festival

Saturday, June 2


Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars

Friday, June 22

SmART Nights Thursdays, June 21, July 19, August 16, September 20

Brian Culbertson

Tuesday, June 19


David Sanborn and Brian Culbertson Tuesday, June 19 7:30 pm

One of the most successful American saxophonists since the 1980s, David Sanborn has released 24 albums and won six Grammy Awards. He will be joined by Brian Culbertson, whose recent album, XII, features collaborations with Brian McKnight, Faith Evans, and Kenny Lattimore. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketmaster.com or 1.800.745.3000 $39–$69 Reserved seating $34–$64 Members Presented in association with BRE Presents

SmART Night Thursday, June 21 7–9 pm

Associate Professor of Physics at Temple University, Tan Yuen, Ph.D., sparks a discussion about natural and artificial light sources. An audience-participation StorySlam facilitated by First Person Arts will follow with the theme: Picture Perfect. Location: East Conservatory Plaza Free with Gardens Admission Guests may bring blankets to SmART Nights

Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars Friday, June 22 7:30 pm

Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars perform a spirited fusion of traditional West African music, roots reggae, and rhythmic folk. Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission

Kennett Symphony of Chester County Saturday, June 23 Saturday, August 18 7:30 pm

The Kennett Symphony takes center stage with Guitarra!, an evening of flamenco music in June, and Water Music: Titanic 100 Years in August. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: www.kennettsymphony.org or 610.444.6363 $35–$40 Reserved seating $30 Members

Carillon Concert: Nick Huang Sunday, June 24 3 pm

Carillonneur from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

The Savoy Company presents, The Mikado Friday, June 29 Saturday, June 30 8:30 pm

A topsy-turvy comedy, The Mikado is the most popular of the Gilbert & Sullivan operas. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: www.savoy.org or 215.735.7161 $27 Reserved seating $20 Members


July Carillon Concert: Wylie Crawford Sunday, July 1 3 pm

Carillonneur from Chicago, Illinois. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

Sierra Hull & Highway 111 Friday, July 6 7:30 pm

A mandolin and guitar player, bluegrass artist Sierra Hull released her debut album, Secrets, in 2008. Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission

Barbara Cook Saturday, July 7 7:30 pm

Barbara Cook’s silvery soprano, purity of tone, and warm presence have delighted audiences for more than 50 years. Considered “Broadway’s favorite ingénue” Cook has launched a second career as a concert artist. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketphiladelphia.org or 215.893.1999 $36—$60 Reserved seating $31—$55 Members

Carillon Concert: Jeff Davis Sunday, July 8 3 pm

Carillonneur from Berkeley, California. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

The Bacon Brothers Tuesday, July 10 7:30 pm

Kevin and Michael Bacon have been writing songs and playing music together their entire lives. The brothers are known for writing songs that echo the lives of others through bare selfexpression and humor. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketmaster.com or 1.800.745.3000 $29–$59 Reserved seating $24–$54 Members Presented in association with BRE Presents

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Wednesday, July 11 7:30 pm

Lead by concertmaster Jonathan Carney, the program will include a full orchestral arrangement of Mendelssohn’s Octet in E flat Major and J.S. Bach’s 2nd Violin Concerto. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketphiladelphia.org or 215.893.1999 $32–$61 Reserved seating $27–$56 Members


Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Wednesday, July 11

Barbara Cook

Saturday, July 7

The Bacon Brothers

Tuesday, July 10

Sierra Hull & Highway 111

Friday, July 6


FiddleKicks Friday, August 10

Red Baraat Saturday, July 14

Billy Jonas

Friday, July 13


Light Night Friday, July 13 5–9 pm

Make a craft for a shadow puppet performance and catch and release fireflies! At 7 pm percussionist Billy Jonas uses ordinary objects, such as buckets, broom handles, and key chains in a rousing performance. Family activities: Terrace Tent Performance: Rose Arbor Free with Gardens Admission

Red Baraat Saturday, July 14 7:30 pm

Red Baraat is the first and only dhol ‘n’ brass band in North America, melding the infectious North Indian rhythm Bhangra with brass funk. Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission

Carillon Concert: Dick van Dijk Sunday, July 15 3 pm

Carillonneur from Utrecht, The Netherlands. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

SmART Night Thursday, July 19 7–9 pm

Director of the Light Research Program and Professor of Neurology at Jefferson Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, George C. Brainard, Ph.D., sparks a discussion about light and human health. An audience-participation StorySlam facilitated by First Person Arts will follow with the theme: 24/7 Location: East Conservatory Plaza Free with Gardens Admission Guests may bring blankets to SmART Nights

The Brandywiners Ltd., present Hello, Dolly! Thursday, July 26– Saturday, July 28 Thursday, August 2– Saturday, August 4 8:30 pm

Hello, Dolly! is brought to life by the personality of one of the most fabulous characters on the musical stage...Dolly Gallagher Levi! Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: brandywiners.org or 1.800.338.6965 $28 Reserved seating and Members

August Pat Metheny Unity Band with Chris Potter, Antonio Sanchez, and Ben Williams Thursday, August 9 7:30 pm

The winner of 18 Grammy Awards, guitarist Pat Metheny is considered one of the brightest stars in jazz. He has continued to re-define his genre by utilizing the full potential of his instrument. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketphiladelphia.org or 215.893.1999 $35—$66 Reserved seating $30—$61 Members

Light Night Friday, August 10 5–9 pm

Decorate a lantern and see it illuminate in the night! Join fellow guests to create light sculptures using water bottles and glow sticks. See Appalachian clogging come to life when FiddleKicks takes center stage at 7 pm. Family activities: Terrace Tent Performance: Large Lake area Guests may bring blankets and chairs to this Light Night only Free with Gardens Admission


Pat Metheny Unity Band

Thursday, August 9

The Manhattan Transfer

Thursday, August 23

Straight No Chaser

Wednesday, August 22

Vince Gill

Wednesday, August 15


Vince Gill Wednesday, August 15 7:30 pm

Vince Gill has won 18 Country Music Awards and 19 Grammy Awards over the course of his career. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2007. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketmaster.com or 1.800.745.3000 $49.50—$89.50 Reserved seating $44.50—$84.50 Members Presented in association with BRE Presents

SmART Night Thursday, August 16 7–9 pm

Hear one of the region’s brightest minds explore the science of light. An audience-participation StorySlam facilitated by First Person Arts will follow with the theme: After Hours. Location: East Conservatory Plaza Free with Gardens Admission Guests may bring blankets to SmART Nights

Keola Beamer with Moanalani Beamer Friday, August 17 7:30 pm

Keola Beamer is one of the premier masters of Hawaiian slack-key guitar and is featured on The Descendants soundtrack. Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission

Straight No Chaser Wednesday, August 22 7:30 pm

Originally formed while students at Indiana University, a cappella group Straight No Chaser has reemerged as a phenomenon with over 20 million views on YouTube and numerous national TV appearances. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketmaster.com or 1.800.745.3000 $39.50-$75 Reserved seating $34.50-$70 Members Presented in association with BRE Presents

The Manhattan Transfer Thursday, August 23 7:30 pm

For over 40 years, The Manhattan Transfer has been known for its ability to embrace varied musical styles. With over a dozen Grammy Awards, the group has cemented itself as one of the most important vocal groups in popular music history. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketphiladelphia.org or 215.893.1999 $36.50–$56.50 Reserved seating $31.50–$51.50 Members

Mountain Heart Friday, August 24 7:30 pm

Mountain Heart’s unmatched energy allows them to forge a highly unique sound and stage show of contemporary bluegrass.

Carillon Concert: Doug Gefvert Sunday, August 19 3 pm

Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission

Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys are known for their performances of Cajun French music from the backwaters of Southwest Louisiana.

Carillonneur from Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.

Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys Saturday, August 25 7:30 pm

Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission


Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys

Saturday, August 25

Freshlyground Friday, August 31

Mountain Heart

Friday, August 24


Carillon Concert: John Widmann Sunday, August 26 3 pm

Performance: East Conservatory Plaza Free with Gardens Admission

Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

Renowned Puerto Rican singer, songwriter, and producer Papo Gely performs Tropical rock n’ rumba with Venezuela’s Timbalona.

Carillonneur from Frederick, Maryland.

Freshlyground Friday, August 31 7:30 pm

South Africa’s Freshlyground collaborated with Shakira on the official song of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission

September Buried Beds Saturday, September 8 7 pm

Formed in Philadelphia, Buried Beds has grown into an indie folk-pop chamber group of banjos, string quartets, broken glass, and more. Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission

Carillon Concert: Lisa Lonie with the Alexander Brass Quintet Sunday, September 9 3 pm Carillonneur from Whitemarsh, Pennsylvania. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

Light Night Friday, September 14 5–9 pm

Find the Big Dipper, Orion’s Belt, and other bright constellations as you gaze at the stars. Gizmo Guys Allan Jacobs and Barrett Felker show off their juggling expertise at 7 pm. Family activities: Terrace Tent

Papo Gely and Timbalona Saturday, September 15 7 pm

Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission

Carillon Concert: Stephen Schreiber Sunday, September 16 3 pm

Carillonneur from Spring House, Pennsylvania. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

SmART Night Thursday, September 20 7–9 pm

Kristina Lynch, Ph.D., Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Dartmouth College, sparks a discussion about the Northern Lights. An audienceparticipation StorySlam facilitated by First Person Arts will follow with the theme: Everyday Magic. Location: East Conservatory Plaza Free with Gardens Admission Guests may bring blankets to SmART Nights

Mariachi Flor de Toloache Saturday, September 22 7 pm

Mariachi Flor de Toloache is an all-female mariachi band representing Mexican music with their own edgy sound. Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission


Fireworks & Fountains Shows Glittering fireworks and colorful fountains light up the night sky and dance to exciting music on select evenings in the midst of our Gardens’ lush, natural beauty. Swan Lake

May 26 & July 21, 9:15 pm September 1, 8:15 pm Swan Lake features some of Tchaikovsky’s most beloved music from what is probably the most famous ballet of all, about a princess transformed into a swan by an evil sorcerer.

Stars & Stripes July 3, 9:15 pm

Stars & Stripes is a salute to John Philip Sousa, who gave 14 concerts with his band at Longwood between 1922 and 1930, and evokes a Fourth of July parade.

The Amazing ’80s! August 11, 9:15 pm September 29, 7:15 pm

The Amazing ‘80s! spotlights popular rock and pop music from the decade’s most iconic artists.

Fireworks & Fountains Barbeque Savor picnic favorites with a gourmet flair. Special ticket required.

Show and barbeque tickets on sale now at longwoodgardens.org No refunds or exchanges. No blankets allowed. Chairs can be rented on-site for $5.


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Gardens Information Summer Hours June 9–September 1 Sunday–Tuesday, 9 am–6 pm Wednesday–Saturday, 9 am–11 pm

September 2–29 Sunday–Tuesday, 9 am–5 pm Wednesday–Saturday, 9 am–9 pm

Buy Before You Arrive • Timed Admission Tickets Required • Tickets Limited To experience Light (June 9–September 29) we recommend purchasing timed admission tickets in advance to guarantee entry. Timed admission tickets limit the number of people in the Gardens, providing a better visiting experience. Members, come as you wish Sunday–Friday throughout Light. On Saturday evenings after 4 pm, Members require free reservations via longwoodgardens.org or by calling 610.388.1000. Admission Adults: $18 Seniors ages 62+: $15 Students with student ID: $8 Children ages 4 and under: Free Members: Free * Prices are subject to change. Check longwoodgardens.org to ensure Light is on view the evening of your visit. Due to special programming, some evenings may require a special event ticket. Dining Hours in The Terrace The Café June 9–September 1 Sunday–Tuesday, 10 am–5 pm Wednesday–Saturday, 10 am–8 pm September 2–29 Sunday–Tuesday, 10 am–4 pm Wednesday–Saturday, 10 am–8 pm 1906 June 9–September 29 Sunday–Tuesday, 11:30 am–3:30 pm Wednesday–Saturday, 11:30 am–7:30 pm Brunch is served Sunday: 11:30 am–3:30 pm Reservations can be made via opentable.com or by calling 610.388.1000. Membership Get your GardenPass and be a part of something inspired, beautiful, cultivated, natural, and spectacular. Membership means 365 days of access to our Gardens, exclusive discounts, Members-only events, and much more. Stay Connected

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