Kick back under the stars on the Great Lawn and enjoy the amazing sounds of The Wood Brothers during Concerts in the Garden on July 10. Purchase tickets online or in person at Garden Admissions. Prices do not include sales tax and transaction fees. Garden members present membership card at Admissions or enter member number online to receive the discount. Donor level Garden members and above call 404-591-1539 for Platinum Tickets.
Gates open at 6 p.m., the show begins at 7:30 p.m., platinum ticket holders may enter 30 minutes before General Admission.
Extremely limited $10 on-site parking ($5 for 4 or more people per vehicle) is available onsite in the SAGE Parking Facility on a first-come, first-serve basis. Multi-Visit SAGE Parking Passes are valid on concert nights. Please consider alternative means of transportation.
All tickets are general admission on the Great Lawn in Atlanta. For your own safety, firearms are not allowed in the Garden so please allow time for entering because all bags will be checked thoroughly by security. Blankets are welcome. For the enjoyment of all, lawn chairs must have low backs (below the neck) and legs shorter than 10 inches (a basketball can’t roll under). Lawn chair restrictions will be strictly enforced. The Great Lawn is wheelchair accessible.
Pre-order meals are available from Longleaf. Outside food, beverages and coolers are NOT permitted. Empty water bottles are permissible and refillable at the Garden’s water stations. Beer, wine, soft drinks, bottled water and a limited food menu are available for purchase onsite. Please note: Longleaf will not be open for dinner on concert nights. The Quick Café and the Snack Bar will be open.
ABOUT THE WOOD BROTHERS
The Wood Brothers are an American folk band consisting of brothers Chris (upright bass) and Oliver Wood (acoustic and electric guitars), as well as multi-instrumentalist Jano Rix.
From early in their childhood in Boulder, Colorado, Chris and Oliver were steeped in American roots music. Their father, a molecular biologist, performed classic songs at campfires and family gatherings, while their mother, a poet, instilled a passion for storytelling and turn of phrase. The brothers bonded over bluesmen such as Jimmy Reed and Lightnin’ Hopkins, but their paths, musical and otherwise, would diverge.
Oliver moved to Atlanta, where he played guitar in cover bands before earning a spot in Tinsley Ellis’s touring act. At Ellis’s behest, Oliver began to sing and then founded King Johnson, a hard-touring group that released six albums of blues-inflected R&B, funk and country over the next 12 years. Chris, meanwhile, studied jazz bass at the New England Conservatory of Music, moved to New York City and, in the early 1990s, formed Medeski Martin & Wood (MMW), which over the next two decades would become a cornerstone of contemporary jazz and abstract music.
After pursuing separate musical careers for some 15 years, the brothers performed together at a show in North Carolina in 2004: Oliver sat in with MMW following King Johnson’s opening set. “I realized we should be playing music together,” Chris recalled. On February 2, 2018, The Wood Brothers released their sixth full-length album, One Drop of Truth, that they self-produced and recorded. The album was nominated for the Best Americana Album award at the 61st Grammy Awards.