Twilight in the Gardens

Join Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens (PMG) for our Twilight in the Gardens multi-sensory series! On these special evenings, hang out with friends, enjoy lively and enthralling performances, explore your own creativity with artistic activities, and drink a beverage of your choice in our beautiful mosaicked labyrinth.  Taking place every fourth Friday from April-October, each Twilight in the Gardens is a unique experience. One month you can listen to a blues band while creating your very own dream-catcher, and the next enjoy the ethereal sounds of electronic artists while crafting a light sculpture.

These events are designed so that each visitor can decide their own experience.  For a more casual evening, pick your favorite spot and set up picnic-style to experience the live music, great people and surreal environment.  If you are feeling adventurous make sure to explore PMG and partake in all of the activities with other culturally driven attendees.

Visitors also have the chance to learn more about PMG through fun, casual mini-tours of the space and can view the temporary exhibitions hanging in our galleries. All Twilight in the Gardens evenings are BYOBBS (Bring your own booze, blanket and snacks)!

Bring a drink, a friend, and some curiosity and let PMG help you unwind after work with Twilight in the Gardens!

Check out this video from April 2015’s Twilight in the GardensDirected & Edited by Michelle Goodwin
Filmed by Koofreh Umoren!

Upcoming Events:

2017 Schedule

April 28
Performer: Outside Sound
Zine-making and Screen Printing with Center for Creative Works and SpArc Philadelphia

May 26
Performer: Interminable
Dream Mobiles with Crystal Stokowski

June 23
Performer: Whiskeyhickon Boys
Linoleum Prints with Sam Mera

July 28
Performer: Impressionist
Mod Podge Collage with Kristin Schattenfield-Rein

August 25
Performer: Drum Like a Lady
Photo Story with Shona McAndrew

September 22
Performer: Zap Goes Pop
Crystal Sculptures with Erika Bartolotta

October 20
Performer: Not So Silent Cinema
Monster-making with Sam Heimer