Summertime means music festivals, and this year we have one of the best lined up yet. The Secret Garden Soiree is coming to Raleigh this summer and it’s going to be a blast! Come listen to live music from some of your favorite local artists while meeting local vendors and supporting a good cause in the community. This year’s event will be better than ever. In addition to great music, you’ll also find delicious food from some of the best food trucks in Raleigh.

Tickets are still available, so get yours here! The Secret Garden Soiree Festival

The Secret Garden Soiree is an annual summer music festival in Raleigh, North Carolina. This year’s festival will be held on August 20th at Fred Fletcher Park starting at 12 noon and will feature live performances. In addition to great R&B music, the event will also include food trucks, fun games, and vendor booths.

The festival is a great way to enjoy the summer weather and catch up with friends, while also enjoying some amazing live music. Raleigh is a great city for music lovers, and the Secret Garden Soiree is one of the best R&B events of the year. Make sure to mark your calendars and come out to enjoy a day of fun in the sun! This festival will have all of your favorite classic R&B hits as well as new live music you love and enjoy. Grab your friends or come and mingle alone with the elite Raleigh socialites. Dress up or wear your favorite linens to the event of the summer!

The Secret Garden Soiree is one of the most anticipated events of the summer, and it’s not to be missed. This year’s festival features some amazing R&B bands, so purchase your tickets today and join us for a summer celebration. We can’t wait to see you there!

Purchase your tickets today and join us for a summer R&B celebration you won’t want to miss! The Secret Garden Soiree Festival

The Secret Garden Soiree
The Secret Garden Soiree
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820 Clay St

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