In the Garden September 23rd with Barack Hill
If event states sold out, please call for in person availability. No outside food or beverage allowed. There will be grab and go items made by Colonial Kitchen, available in our Market. This could include sandwiches, salads, charcuterie and side items. Other items available for purchase include chips, cookies, crackers, assorted meats and cheese. Beer and wine available for purchase for guests 21 years of age or older.
About the ArtistBarak Hill is a singer-songwriter from Springfield, Missouri, the winner of American Songwriter Magazine’s 2012 Santa Cruz Guitar Song Contest, and was named one of the top three solo musicians in Southwest Missouri in a 417 Magazine readers’ poll. Barak tours regularly and has shared the stage with a wide range of artists — from popular regional bands like Big Smith and The Ben Miller Band to national artists like Jay Farrar (Son Volt) and Amanda Shires (Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit). Barak’s songs and sound run in the same vein as Jason Isbell, Amos Lee, Josh Ritter, Steve Earle, and Gillian Welch. It’s heartbroken Americana hanging on to a fistful of hope that things might just get better. Honest, well-crafted lyrics set to strong melodies connect with people on an intimate, personal level. Live Barak plays a strong mix of original songs and covers by artists he admires—Neil Young, Elton John, The Beatles, and Tom Petty, to name a few.
About the “In the Garden” SeriesColonial 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 GuidelinesAs 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. The staff is eager to share our unique event experience with you. We look forward to seeing you here!