Music in the Gardens: The DoJoes

Past Event

Join us in the Sunnylands gardens for our free Music in the Gardens concert series, happening every Sunday in March, 11 am to 1 pm, featuring a different musical act each week.

The series continues with a performance by The DoJoes on Sunday, March 17, from 11 am to 1 pm. Full schedule below. Free parking and attendance. Reservations not required.

2024 Music in the Gardens schedule

3/3: Jac Jacaruso
3/10: Jamie & the Jents
3/17: The DoJoes
3/24: Nathan James & the Rhythm Scratchers
3/31: Jazzgrass

Water and sun protection are recommended. Guests may bring blankets and folding chairs. No seating is provided. While guests are invited to bring food and picnics to Sunnylands, large coolers, ice chests, grills, and alcohol are not permitted. No large shade structures or items that puncture the lawn are permitted. Please see our Plan Your Visit page for visiting rules and guidelines.

Parking for this event is at a premium. Sunnylands will close its gates for safety reasons when the parking lot reaches capacity. We strongly encourage guests to carpool or utilize a ride-sharing service for this event.

Sunnylands Center & Gardens
37977 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270

Program changes may require the cancellation or rescheduling of some events. Outdoor programs may be canceled or modified due to weather conditions, including rain, lightning, or strong winds.

For information, please call 760-202-2254 or email

About the Artist

Introducing the DoJoes, a brand new act to Sunnylands. Sit back and enjoy folk, ragtime, blues, country, bluegrass, and even some jam band style music, and more. This act is comprised of Joey Latimer, multi-instrumentalist musician, vocalist, storyteller, and artist whose work spans four decades of recording and performing live at various venues. Joining him is Don Reed, a multi-instrumentalist who lives, works, and breathes music. Don is a full-time faculty member at Idyllwild Arts Academy in Idyllwild, California.

Posed photo of The Dojoes musical act