Flower Piano 2023: 12 Hidden Pianos in Golden Gate Park (Sept. 8-12)
In past years there had been 12 pianos hidden throughout the garden. We will update this post when we have the new information.
Flower Piano returns to the SF Botanical Garden, September 8-12, 2023 with one of the most unique, creative, and innovative events in the Bay Area. The San Francisco Botanical Garden is once again is transformed into the city’s own alfresco concert hall where everyone is invited to play and listen.
Flower Piano is a musical event and attraction that provides open access to music and pianos within the natural, outdoor environment of San Francisco Botanical Garden.
Participants are invited to explore the Garden’s global living plant collections as they seek out the 12 pianos spread out across the 55-acre living museum. At each of the pianos, there will be scheduled professional performances, open play time for participants, and community partner performances – reflecting a range of genres, ages, and cultures
Flower Piano 2023
September 8-12, 2023 | 10am to 6pm
San Francisco Botanical Garden
1199 9th Ave., Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
Free for SF Residents with valid ID, free before 9am for all, otherwise $13 (weekdays), $17 (weekends) admission for adults, $7 for seniors (65+), $7 for youth (12-17) and $3 for kids (5-11) – Advanced tickets recommended (even for SF Residents)
Advanced tickets are recommended for all Garden visitors including members as well as residents. There will be expedited entry for members and advanced ticket holders on weekends and holidays. Onsite ticket purchases are also available.
All visitors receiving food assistance (SNAP benefits) are offered free general admission. Free admission for up to four people may be redeemed by presenting a valid EBT card upon entry. Full-priced admission to special exhibitions, events, and programs still applies. More info
Flower Piano Events Schedule 2023 (TBA)
About Sunset Piano
Mauro ffortissimo and Dean Mermell together launched Sunset Piano in 2013 when ffortissimo covertly rolled an old grand piano onto the bluffs over Half Moon Bay. As word spread through social media, the crowds grew way beyond the occasional dog walker. Thousands came to hear the music before the county ordered the piano removed. Since then, Sunset Piano has expanded this impromptu musical and social experiment, temporarily placing pianos in a wide variety of unexpected natural and urban settings around the Bay Area every year, from the top of Montara Mountain to Market Street. Flower Piano, a collaboration with San Francisco Botanical Garden, is Sunset Piano’s largest and most ambitious undertaking. Mermell’s documentary about Sunset Piano is entitled Twelve Pianos.
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Friday, September 8
In past years there had been 12 pianos hidden throughout the garden. We will update this post when we have the new information. Flower Piano returns to the SF Botanical Garden, September 8-12, 2023 with one of the most unique, creative, and innovative events in the ...