Flower Piano transforms the Garden into the city's own alfresco concert hall for twelve days, and everyone is invited to play and listen for just the price of regular Garden admission. The twelve pianos are tucked among the many flower-filled gardens within the Garden's 55 acres and are available to the public to play each day from 9am-6pm, except during select performances. Check the website for special events.
Twelve pianos are installed for 12 days throughout the sprawling SF Botanical Garden, an invitation to visitors to tickle the ivories and/or enjoy scheduled performances. The temporary installation transforms the garden into a community space and public concert hall perfect for families; don’t miss the joint performance of “Carnival of Animals” by award-winning pianist Allison Lovejoy and puppeteer Niki Ulelha.