Flower Piano
Frequently Asked Questions

Dates:

Flower Piano

Flower Piano at Sunset 

  • July 12 - 6PM - 8:30PM

  • Special ticket required
     

Flower Piano at Night: July 18, 19 and 20

  • 8PM - 11PM 

  • Special ticket required

  

Location

San Francisco Botanical Garden

 

Download the App

Help the Garden conserve trees and paper; download the Flower Piano App and have the event schedule available at your fingertips.

https://guidebook.com/g/flowerpiano19/ 

 

Member Discount

Garden Members can purchase tickets for Flower Piano’s evening events with a Member Discount:

  • Flower Piano at Night: Members can purchase up to 2 tickets for $30/ticket (Regular price $55/ticket)

  • Flower Piano at Sunset: Members can purchase up to 2 tickets for $20/ticket (Regular price $40/ticket)

Members who wish to receive the discount code should contact Membership@sfbg.org

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Discount

The only available discount for Flower Piano is for Members. There are no discounts for San Francisco residents, seniors, students, children, or late arrivals.

 

Member Entry

During weekend days and ticketed evening events, Members can enjoy expedited entry through the Member entrance. Look for signage to direct you.

     Member Entry Weekend Days: 10AM - 4PM

     Member Entry Flower Piano at Sunset: 6PM - 7PM

     Member Entry Flower Piano at Night: 8PM - 9PM

 

Flower Piano at Night and Flower Piano at Sunset Entry

Use the Main Gate entrance for Flower Piano at Night and Flower Piano at Sunset. The Friend Gate is closed during these events. 

 

$5 for 5

To celebrate the 5th Anniversary of Flower Piano, the Garden will be collecting $5 donations to support the event and help keep it free with admission. 

  Don’t want to wait? Venmo the Garden $5 at @SFBGS or Donate here!

 

Admission and Member Guests

Flower Piano (during the day) is free with admission. Members and San Francisco residents can enter the Garden for free. Non-Residents pay the $9 admission fee to enjoy the event.

 

Every card-holding Member can bring a guest into the Garden during the day. Members can also use their guest passes for Flower Piano. (This does not apply to Flower Piano at Night or Flower Piano at Sunset.)

 

Flower Piano at Sunset and Flower Piano at Night are ticketed events and all attendees must have a ticket to enter. (Guest Passes cannot be used for entry to Flower Piano at Night or Flower Piano at Sunset.)

Transition from Flower Piano to Flower Piano at Night/Sunset

Starting at 7PM on the evenings of Flower Piano at Night and Sunset, the Garden will be cleared of all guests so we can complete event set-up.  If you are enjoying Flower Piano during the day and will be staying on for Flower Piano at Night or Sunset, you will be asked to leave and re-enter at the Main Gate when the event begins.

 

Membership Cards

If you’re a Member who has lost their Membership card or has not yet received their renewed card, we will have a list of current Members to reference on site.

 

Refunds and Transfers

We do not provide refunds for Flower Piano at Night or Flower Piano at Sunset tickets, nor do we transfer tickets from one date to another. 

 

Public Transportation

The Garden is accessible via numerous MUNI routes such as the N-Judah streetcar, 44, 28, 29, 7, 6, and 43 buses.

 

Bike Parking and Bike Racks

San Francisco Bike Coalition will provide bike parking near the Main Entrance during weekend days.

 

There are many bike racks available outside the County Fair Building for bike parking as well.

 

Rideshare

Use the Main Gate address for your drop-off address for car share services: 1199 9th Ave, San Francisco Botanical Garden.  

 

Parking

Parking is very limited but available throughout Golden Gate Park.

 

In Golden Gate Park no parking citations will be issued for parking past 10PM on Flower Piano at Night evenings: July 18, 19, and 20. Other parking rules such as red zones, driveways, white zones etc. will still be enforced.

 

Paid parking in the Music Concourse Parking Garage is available as well. The Parking Garage will be open late until 11:30PM for Flower Piano at Night on July 18, 19, and 20.  

 

Pets

Pets are not allowed in the Garden at anytime.

 

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a service animal is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. Emotional support, therapy, comfort, or companion animals are not considered service animals under the ADA.

Flower Piano Weekend Vendors (During the Day):

 

Flower Piano at Sunset Vendors (July 12):

 

Flower Piano at Night Vendors:

 

Plan Ahead or Picnic

While Andytown Coffee Roasters and Churn Urban Creamery will be providing delicious treats during weekend days, if you would like to enjoy lunch in the park be sure to pack a picnic or to grab a meal from a local restaurant.

 

 

Safety

First Aid is located on site all weekend, and during evening events, at the Fountain Plaza.

 

How to Prepare for Flower Piano

Flower Piano is an outdoor event. During the day be sure to bring hats, sunscreen, and comfortable flat shoes. Water fountains are available, but we recommend you come with your own filled water bottles. 

 

During the evening come prepared with layers; Inner Sunset evenings are generally cool. While primary pathways and performance locations will be lit, flashlights may help the less sure-footed navigate the Garden in the evening.

 

Seating is not provided. Please bring your own blanket and chairs as needed. 

 

Sustainability 

Help the Garden keep Flower Piano sustainable and green. Compost and recycling receptacles are available throughout the Garden. Please be sure to download the app to help us save trees and paper.

ADDRESS & CONTACT

1199 9th Ave

San Francisco, CA 94122

Email: info@sfbg.org

Phone: (415) 661-1316

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