In the Garden May 6th with Bryton Stoll
NEW: All tables must be purchased online or at In the Garden. Additional seating will be provided at no charge but cannot guarantee availability. About the Artist The Heartland Troubadour Growing up in Marysville, Kansas, at the northern tip of the Flint Hills, two things have been with me from the very beginning: music and stories. I have enjoyed singing and performing for as long as I can remember, and have been fascinated by the craft of storytelling since I learned to read. I picked up my first guitar when I was 11 years old and soon learned that I could create my own stories three minutes at a time. My dad helped me set up a recording studio in the basement, and I made several CDs in high school and my early college years. Meanwhile, I started a band and began playing at the bars and honky-tonks of Kansas and Nebraska. In 2016, it was time to take it up a notch. I recorded and released “Finger on the Trigger” my debut studio album, won Jim Halsey’s StarMaker Search music video contest, and performed shows opening for country greats Shenandoah and Clint Black. Since then, I earned a degree in mechanical engineering, got a job, and bought a house, all while playing shows across the heartland and honing the craft of storytelling through music. Following the 2019 release of my EP “Never Gonna Catch Me”, it is time for another big year. My plans for 2020 include the kickoff of my monthly songwriters’ series, the release of a full-length album, and a whole lot of shows. Based in Kansas City, but right at home anywhere in the Midwest, keep an eye out for this Heartland Troubadour! About the “In the Garden” Series Colonial Gardens is excited to continue In the Garden in 2021. Due to our growing attendance, this year all tables must be reserved. Guests can pre-purchase a table for $10 online before the event. Or tables will be sold the evening of In the Garden on a first come first serve basis. We are offering three new In the Garden basket options that will include a four-top table. We will have pre-made baskets at the event to purchase (table is not guaranteed). Additional beer, wine, and food options are available for purchase at the event. Response to COVID-19 Guidelines As we welcome the reopening of events and activities, we want to reassure you that Colonial Gardens is abiding by all guidelines from the CDC, State of Missouri, Jackson County, and the City of Blue Springs. Some of the items to note:
- All tables and chairs are wiped and sanitized before the event.
- Hand Sanitizer – Available for you and other guests upon arrival or at any point during the event.
- Limited Tickets – We are issuing a limited number of tickets to the event so that we may remain in compliance and enable an accurate count of guests.
- Social Distancing – We encourage guests to stay 6 feet apart and practice social distancing.
- Masks – Per Jackson County mandates, guests are required to wear a mask or face covering while attending our event when not eating and/ or drinking.