John Fogerty in The Baroque Garden
- Date: –22:00
- Location: Botaniska trädgården Botanical Garden Baroque Garden, entrance from Dag Hammarskjölds väg (opposite Uppsala Castle)
- Organiser: KLBR Live Entertainment and Live Nation, together with the Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala
- Contact person: Mats Block
- Konsert, Kulturevenemang
This summer we welcome the American rock artist John Fogerty and his impressive musical treasure to one of the most beautiful concert venues in Sweden. This will be the first stop of two on his tour in Sweden!
John Fogerty is known from his time as frontman and singer in Creedence Clearwater Revival and is responsible for songs like "Proud Mary", "Fortunate Son", "Bad Moon Rising" and "Who'll Stop The Rain", to only name a few. In The Botanical Garden he will be performing some of the greatest hits from his time in Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Tickets are on sale via ticketmaster.se.
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Linnéträdgården, Svartbäcksgatan 27
The Linnaeus Garden 100 years
After several years of renovation by the Swedish Linnaeus Society, The Linnaeus Garden was reopened on May 27, 1923. Small exhibition with black and white photographs from the early 20th century. taken during the period when the garden was restored and converted from a park to a museum garden.