Are you looking for a dapper Valentine’s evening to share with your sweetheart? A fun, upbeat night out and about with the girls? Lethal Rhythms has just the event for you! Enjoy an elegant evening of cocktails, dancing, scrumptious desserts, and live entertainment at the most romantic spot in Atlanta. Fragrant orchids form the perfect setting for both couples and singles alike at the Atlanta Botanical Garden for our “Romance Blooms!” Valentine’s Day event on Friday, February 14th from 7:00 – 11:00 PM. Take a romantic stroll through the tropical conservatories, sample heart-melting treats from the city’s top caterers, sip specialty cocktails from cash bars, and groove out on the dance floor!

This is the 8th year in a row that DJ Joel Rabe will be spinning at the ABG Valentine’s Day event! We are spinning the latest hip hop, top 40 dance music, and more in a mash up style only Lethal Rhythms can produce! Check out our live mixes on the Lethal Rhythms SoundCloud page. We have had such great success in years past with providing DJ, video, and lighting that we have decided to expand our services to include bands as well! To kick start this new service, we are proud to present the Smooth Grooves Show Band, a 6-musician group showcasing fun Motown music!

While at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, experience Orchid Daze: Lasting Impressions. The exhibition celebrates orchids and the work of three artists who found creative energy in the beauty of landscapes: Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet and Paul Gauguin. Tickets are now on sale! Bring your sweetheart or friends for an elegant evening of music, dancing, desserts, cocktails and more at the most romantic spot in Atlanta. We hope to see you at Valentine’s in the Garden!

Lethal Rhythms DJs Bands Music Sponsor Atlanta Botanical Garden Valentines Party

Friday, February 14, 7 – 11 p.m.

$35 per person (Members $25)*

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*Sales tax and ticketing fees not included.

 

Please see below for a small sampling of photos from last year’s Valentine’s event at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, courtesy Chelsea Patricia Photography.

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