Summer Serenade Series in partnership with Galavant / SOLD OUT

Santa Barbara Botanic Garden Pritzlaff Conservation Center
July 28, 2023
5:30PM - 7:00PM

Round up your family and friends and join us for an evening of music in the Garden. This event features a musical showcase curated by Galavant.

Bring your blanket, picnic, and grab a spot on our Island View lawn to enjoy the evening’s festivities – surrounded by nature. Limited seating will be provided so make sure to reserve your spot on the lawn early.

Galavant is an intimate monthly outdoor popup with a curation of live music and other mediums of art throughout Santa Barbara.


Adults: $25

Youth: $10

Confirmed Artists:

Brothers Landau | Natalia Alyse | Carlos Truly

About Natalia Alyse

Natalia Alyse is a professional Vocalist, Songwriter, Multi-instrumentalist and Certified Sound Therapist from Oxnard,CA. Her vocal journey started at the age of 4, her Mom taught her guitar at the age of 9, and she began performing original music and singing in bands at age 17. Natalia is also a music educator, encouraging youth in free expression and confidence through music. Her repertoire includes an acoustic variety of soul, jazz, rancheras, R&B and folk. Natalia is currently working on her first solo release of heartfelt originals and covers of classical Mexican ballads. 

Instagram : @music.by.nata

About Carlos Truly:

Ava Luna member Carlos Truly helped shape the Brooklyn music scene of the 2010s—as a denizen of the defunct DIY space Silent Barn, and as a producer and arranger for artists like Frankie Cosmos, Juan Wauters, Princess Nokia, and Mr Twin Sister. Now, with Ava Luna on hiatus, Hernandez steps into the spotlight with an excellent solo album of minimalist funk and R&B pared down to its barest essence.

About Brothers Landau:

Brothers David and Daniel Landau blend a wide range of musical influences to create new, catchy and cathartic indie pop that feels like being with good friends after a lousy week.

Over their decade of playing music throughout Europe, Brazil, and the U.S., the Brothers have refined their sound and hearts and connected with people of all ages and backgrounds. Their latest EP, Haven’t Got a Name, examines the struggle of trying to be a grounded, honest person in today’s world. They draw from their experiences to examine the beauty, pain, and uncertainty of working to find meaning and live a good life in the modern age.

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