GardenNews.biz - Jan 29,2017 - DESERT BOTANICAL GARDEN - Agave on the Rocks
March 31, 2017
6-10 p.m. | Doors open at 6 p.m.
Members: $70 / General Public $75
Call: 480 941.1225 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily
Visit the Admissions Box Office 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily
Enjoy a refreshing margarita in our signature glowing glass while sampling gourmet cuisine prepared by renowned Valley restaurants and caterers. Shimmy & sway under the stars to the vibrant beats of live musical entertainment throughout the Garden. Don’t miss the ever-popular tequila sampling station in Dorrance Hall where a representative will be present to discuss the finer points of tasting.
DINING AND BEVERAGE OPTIONS
Guests will be served a welcome margarita upon arrival in a glowing glass (non-alcoholic drink will be available and guests can keep the glass).
Unlimited samples of gourmet cuisine from renowned Valley restaurants and caterers.
Full cash bars will be located throughout the Garden offering a variety of agave inspired cocktails.
Sample the evening's featured tequilas at a sampling station.
Open: 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Tasting is located in Dorrance Hall.
Light-up the night with captivating entertainment by some of Arizona’s most brilliant performers.
Restaurants & Caterers
Arizona Taste Catering, Atlasta Catering & Event Concepts, Aventura, Benedict’s Catering & Events, Creations in Cuisine, Fabulous Food Fine Catering and Events, Fresh from the Kitchen, Gertrude’s, Herb Box Catering & Events, Hyatt Regency Phoenix– Copper Square Kitchen, M Culinary Concepts, Palettas Betty and Santa Barbara Catering
The Fine Print
Agave on the Rocks FAQ
Event takes place throughout the Garden.
Must be 21 or older to attend and must show proper identification to be admitted. No exceptions.
Children will not be admitted even if parent or guardian is present.
Event programming is subject to change.
No outside food, beverage or alcohol may be brought into the Garden.
No refunds, exchanges or rain dates.
Advance ticket purchase recommended.
Proceeds from this event benefit the Garden’s education, research and conservation programs.