Atlanta, Georgia (September 13, 2023) – RCS Productions, an established name in the entertainment industry, is set to add a new concert series within the scenic embrace of the San Antonio Botanical Garden. This partnership marks a historic moment as RCS Productions curates the series to add to the garden's illustrious history, the first featuring Texas native, William Beckmann, on Sunday, September 17.
Celebrating 40 years of crafting quality live events, RCS Productions has carved an impressive legacy as a trusted force in event production and talent acquisition. From humble beginnings as a seasonal concert producer, RCS has grown into a trailblazing company, programming over 200 events annually and captivating millions of patrons across the Southeast, and now, into the Southwest.
"We are excited to help curate a concert series at the San Antonio Botanical Garden," expressed Stephen Moore, President of RCS Productions. "Uniting the evocative melodies of William Beckmann with the natural splendor of the garden is a testament to our commitment to crafting unique experiences."
Hailing from Del Rio, Texas, William Beckmann is a rising star on the musical horizon, acclaimed for his distinctive fusion of vintage country, Americana, and Latin influences. Possessing a timeless baritone and a soulful maturity beyond his years, Beckmann's music resonates deeply with audiences, fostering a devoted fan base that stretches far beyond the Lone Star State.
"We couldn't have chosen a more fitting artist to inaugurate our Live in the Garden concert series," commented Sabina Carr, CEO of San Antonio Botanical Garden. "William Beckmann's unique musical style and authentic connection to the community perfectly align with the ethos of the garden – a place where nature's beauty and artistic expression harmonize.”
“Our partnership with RCS Productions further enhances this vision,” Carr continues. “Having worked with Stephen and his team previously at the Atlanta Botanical Garden he was my first call to explore building our concert series.
RCS Productions' partnership with San Antonio Botanical Garden encompasses every facet of concert and live production, from talent acquisition to staging, sound, lighting, and more. This collaboration promises an immersive and unforgettable concert experience that bridges the realms of music and nature.
The inaugural concert featuring William Beckmann will take place on September 17th Combining the garden's lush landscapes with the melodies that have garnered him widespread acclaim.
Tickets for this landmark event are available for purchase on the Garden’s website at https://www.sabot.org/live/. Attendees are encouraged to seize this opportunity to be part of history as William Beckmann's enchanting performance inaugurates a new era of musical brilliance at the San Antonio Botanical Garden.
About RCS Productions:
With a prestigious 40-year legacy, RCS Productions stands as a pioneering force in the realm of entertainment production and talent procurement. Our unwavering commitment to crafting exceptional experiences has firmly established us as frontrunners in the industry, sculpting indelible memories for audiences nationwide.
We specialize in delivering comprehensive event solutions to a diverse clientele, including municipalities, non-profit organizations, corporations, and beyond. For further insight into the world of RCS Productions, visit us at www.rcsproductions.com.
About San Antonio Botanical Garden:
The mission of the San Antonio Botanical Garden is enriching lives through plants and nature. The San Antonio Botanical Garden features 38 acres of nature spaces located deep in the heart of San Antonio. Daily general admission to the San Antonio Botanical Garden is $16-18 adults; $14-16 military; $13-15 children aged 3-13; $3 Museums for All (with SNAP or WIC EBT card and valid ID).
San Antonio Botanical Garden is located at 555 Funston Place at North New Braunfels. Limited free on-site parking is available. The Garden is open year-round except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. For more information, visit www.sabot.org or call 210-536-1400.