For Immediate Release
RBG Music in the Garden — Summer Concert Series
Featuring: Little Magic Sam
See Little Magic Sam on Sunday at Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) “Music in the Garden” its Summer Concert Series
WHERE: Hendrie Park, Royal Botanical Gardens, Burlington, ON
WHEN: Sunday, August 6, 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
WHO: Little Magic Sam
Sam Taylor is a born entertainer with a penchant for raw blues and soul music and lyrics that bely someone much older than his 29 years. With an enormous stage presence, it comes as no surprise that this multi-talented singer/songwriter has been performing internationally since the age of seven.
After graduating from Fanshawe College with a diploma in Music Industry Arts, Sam headed into EMAC Studios with producer Moe Berg (of Pursuit of Happiness) on two original songs; Thought of Leaving and Loaded Gun, both of which received airplay across Southern Ontario. Sam’s versatile and honest song writing gives his music the emotional edge that sets him apart as a talented up and comer. He has shared the stage with Chuck Leavell (The Rolling Stones), Gordon Lightfoot, and Whitehorse in Canada as well as with Chicago blues legends Linsey Alexander, Claudette Miller and Mary Lane. Sam currently resides in Toronto and performs regularly throughout Ontario.
WEATHER: This event is held outdoors in a non-covered area. On poor weather days, RBG will consult with the sound production team and try hard to make a cancellation decision by 2pm so all parties / ticketholders can be notified.
SEATING: RBG is not providing seating. Guests are asked to bring their own foldable lawn chairs, blankets, and cushions for turf seating.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE: BBQ will be set up in close proximity to the seating area.
Tickets are available for purchase online or at the RBG Centre. Admission is $20.50 (HST included).
About Royal Botanical Gardens
Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) is the largest botanical garden in Canada, a National Historic Site, and registered charitable organization with a mandate to bring together people, plants, and nature. A leading conservation organization, RBG is dedicated to preserving the natural world and promoting environmental protection and sustainability with nature sanctuaries covering 2,400 acres of across both Burlington and Hamilton, Ontario. RBG operates four distinct gardens and extensive outdoor natural areas, including the popular Cootes Paradise Nature Sanctuary and the Hendrie Park gardens.
For more information about Royal Botanical Gardens, please visit their website. https://www.rbg.ca/