Garden Members | Free admission at the door.

General Public
Purchase advance tickets or at-the-door tickets the evening of the concert based on availability.

$26/Family | (2 adults and children 17 & under in the household or grandchildren)
$11/Senior | (62+), AAA Members, AARP, Military
$5/Child (3-17)
Free/Children 2 & under

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Select Thursdays, June 8–August 17 | 6–8 pm

Enjoy live music from local musicians in the spectacular Schneider Family Grand Garden. Guests are encouraged to bring picnics, lawn chairs, blankets, and their dancing shoes! No beverage carry-ins.

Guests can set up chairs for the concert starting at 4:30 pm.

Concert Lineup

June 8 | The Pocket Kings (R&B/Soul/Funk)

June 15 | John Kelley & Fusion Xpress Orchestra (Jazz and Broadway Tunes)

June 22 | Civic Symphony of Green Bay (Chamber Music)

June 29 | Cathy Grier (Blues)

July 20 | Nettle Hill (Americana)

July 27 | Patchouli & Terra Guitarra (Folk)

August 3 | Alive Again (Chicago Tribute Band)

August 17 | Moonglow (Pop Soul)

4:30–8 pm | Other Activities
Families can enjoy drop-in activity stations in the Schneider Family Grand Garden.

4:30–6 pm | Seeds to Snacks
Dig into gardening activities and investigations, then enjoy a fresh garden snack from our harvest each week. Watch for signs. Weather permitting.


4:30–8 pm | Picnic in the Garden

Feel free to bring in your own picnic. Scooter’s Coffee will be offering a variety of smoothies and iced coffees for purchase on the Mabel Thome Patio.

The Garden will also feature a small concessions area with chips, popcorn, and both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. No beverage carry-ins allowed.

Pre-Order a Boxed Dinner from Not By Bread Alone
Pre-order your boxed meal online by Tuesday at 12 pm to guarantee a delightful dinner at the concert.

Strike a Green Chord

Help us continue making earth-friendly choices, and create a waste-free concert experience!


Sign up for a variety of volunteer positions in parking, admissions and more. Contact our Volunteer Coordinator at or 920.593.5686 to learn more. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Event Details

What time can I arrive?

The Garden will open at 4:30 pm for check-in, and, if available, guests interested in purchasing day-of concert tickets. Chairs can be set out at 4:30 pm.

Ushers will be in the Fischer Overlook Arbor to help direct guests.

Where do I park?

Parking is free, but limited on the Garden’s grounds. Parking volunteers will direct you to available spots, including reserved spots for ADA parking.


Please drive slowly when approaching the Garden and watch for directional parking signs. Overflow parking is made available near the Garden. Please watch for parking volunteers directing traffic and overflow parking signage.

May I bring in my own food and/or will food be available for purchase at concerts?

Feel free to bring in your own picnic. Scooter’s Coffee will be offering a variety of smoothies and iced coffees for purchase on the Mabel Thome Patio.


The Garden will also feature a small concessions area with chips, popcorn, and both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. No beverage carry-ins allowed.


Pre-order your boxed dinner from Not By Bread Alone before the concert and you will be guaranteed a fresh, delightful summer meal to enjoy at the concert. Order by Tuesday at 12 pm and pick up your meal on the Mabel Thome Patio on Thursday night. Guests can also call Not By Bread Alone at 920.429.9422 to place an order.


Bags and purses may be subject to security searches. If prohibited items are found, customers will be asked to store items in their locked vehicle or dispose of item.


There are no ATMs on site.

What kind of beverages can I bring into the Amphitheater?

No beverage carry-ins. In compliance with our liquor license, the Garden has a no beverage carry-in policy – this includes alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Bags may be searched and you may be asked to return items to your vehicle. Guests may bring in empty water bottles or other empty beverage containers to use for refills. Any exceptions to this policy could result in loss of our license. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your support.


Beer, wine, pre-mixed cocktails, and non-alcoholic beverages are available at our Concessions Building. All guests consuming alcohol will have IDs checked at the concession stand for service.

What is the Sponsored Seating Area?

The Sponsored Seating section is a special area on the Cowles Terrace in front of the Billie Kress Amphitheater for Sanimax Concert Series sponsors. If you would like to be a Sanimax Concert Series sponsor, please contact our Director of Development, Cindy Berton, at 920.593.5663 or for more information.


What happens in cases of rain or threat of severe weather?

If it rains, Sanimax Concerts will be moved indoors. Please watch our website and Facebook page for updates about severe weather.


Do you have accessible parking at the Garden?

Parking Staff will direct concertgoers with vehicles displaying an ADA license plate or placard to the ADA parking areas (18 available spots). Guests can pull into the Garden’s circle driveway to drop off other guests. Once guests check in, they can ask for a golf cart ride from the Fischer Visitor Center down to the Schneider Family Grand Garden.

Is the Billie Kress Amphitheater accessible? Where is the barrier-free ADA section?

It is our intent to make every concert experience accessible to every guest. Green Bay Botanical Garden is an accessible facility and proudly complies with ADA regulations. We encourage all guests with special needs to contact the Garden’s Events Team at 920.491.3691 ext. 113 and every reasonable effort will be made to accommodate the need. As accommodations are limited, we can better serve those who assist us with advance coordination.

Barrier-free and ADA areas are in the Fischer Overlook Arbor. View a map of the barrier-free ADA seating locations. Guests wishing to sit in one of these areas may be accompanied by a companion (or more if room is available). In addition, staff will be located in the Fisher Arbor Overlook and Mabel Thome Patio to offer beverage service to guests, including taking drink orders, picking up drinks, and delivering them to guests.

Guests using wheelchairs have priority—a very limited number of wheelchairs are available to use at the Garden on a first-come, first-served basis.

A golf cart will assist guests with mobility needs around the Schneider Family Grand Garden from the lower level patio to the Concessions Building, Cowles Terrace, etc. during the concert and after the concert. This service is provided to Garden guests with mobility issues. Service starts when doors open and is located by the light pole at the Johnson Woodland Garden entrance. The service will last 30 minutes after the concert ends to help with shuttling guests back up to the lower level patio.

To reserve your ADA seat ahead of time, contact us at 920.593.5672.

Other Event Details

Can I bring my pet with me?

Service animals are welcome, but please leave pets and Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) at home. Please let us know you have a service animal when you arrive so we can make our staff aware. View frequently asked questions about service animals and the ADA.

Is smoking allowed during the Concert?

The Garden is a smoke-free, vape-free environmentally friendly facility. Smoking and vaping is not permitted anywhere on the grounds, including the parking lot.

Are weapons allowed?

The Garden does not permit the right to carry concealed weapons on the grounds. If the guest refuses to return weapon to their vehicle, they will be refused admittance to the Garden.

Can I record the concert on a video recording device?

Video recording is not permitted at the concert.

Thank You to Our Sponsors







Mary and the late Rawson Price

Contact Us

For more information, contact our Guest Experience Team at 920.490.9457 or


For more information on opportunities for corporate partnership including sponsorship, contact our Director of Development, Cindy Berton, at 920.593.5663 or


The Garden is always looking for new solo and group performers to keep our concert series fresh. If you are interested in performing for one of the concert series, please contact our Events Manager at 920.593.5672 or

Please provide contact information (official group name, contact name, phone, and email), music genre, and links to music samples.

If the Garden would like to inquire further about booking you as a solo artist or the group you represent, we will contact you with available concert dates at the contact information you provide.

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Sounds of Nashville on August 11

will be moved indoors with limited seating due to Friday’s weather forecast. Tickets are no longer available. We apologize for any inconvenience!

Due to the winter storm, the Garden will be closing at 12 pm today (Friday, January 12) and will be closed Saturday, January 13. Stay safe!