LAS NOCHES DE LAS LUMINARIAS DETAILS ANNOUNCED
August 28, 2014
Presented by The Arizona Republic
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Valley’s best holiday event comes to life at the Garden with more than 8,000 hand-lit luminaria bags and musical groups. It’s the perfect holiday event to share with family, friends and out-of-town guests. This year’s event features Southwest elegance and the beauty of the Garden at night – a holiday experience not to be missed! Luminaria offers guest a choice of 16 nights in November and December.
Musical groups perform in rotation during the run of Luminarias. Performers include the Mariachi Pasion, Arizona Folk Ensemble featuring members of Run Boy Run, Pick and Holler, Sahnas Brothers, Domingo DeGrazia & Beth Daunis, The Sugar Thieves, Duncan Family, Will Clipman, Traveler, and Adam Roberts Jazz Ensemble. Of course, Luminarias would not be complete without the Valley’s best Handbell Choirs. Please visit dbg.org/luminarias for a nightly event schedule.
A sumptuous buffet dinner is available at an additional cost from Fabulous Food Fine Catering and Events and the Garden’s Patio Café will also be open for ala carte items. Meal tickets are $22 for adults and $12 for children. (12 and under) Gertrude’s restaurant will be open and reservations are highly recommended and can be made by calling 480-719-8600 or visiting gertrudesrestaurant.com.
NEW THIS YEAR!
The Garden Shop will be open each night of Luminarias and is the ideal place to find unique gifts for the holiday season.
Las Noches de las Luminarias is presented by The Arizona Republic, and sponsored in part by Sponsored in US Airways. Entertainment powered by SRP EarthWise.
5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Desert Botanical Garden
|TICKETS:||Members: On sale September 15, 2014
General Public: On sale September 28, 2014
Children 3 and under are admitted free.
For additional information, a full list of entertainment and a detailed menu, call 480-481-8188 or visit www.dbg.org/luminaria.
A “Phoenix Point of Pride”, the Desert Botanical Garden is one of only a few botanical gardens accredited by the American Association of Museums. It is a privately funded, non-profit organization and depends on revenues from admissions and gift shop sales, as well as contributions from individuals and businesses to fund its programs of environmental education, plant conservation and research.