The annual Moon Viewing concert is a tradition that was begun by Natalie Hays Hammond in 1966 and has continued by popular demand ever since.
The Japanese Stroll Garden lit by paper lanterns is a magical setting for this ancient custom, which every August brings together people and traditions of the East and the West.
This year, the Hammond will honor the 53rd Anniversary of the Moon Viewing Concert tradition as a celebration of harmony, respect, purity and tranquility.
6:30 pm Doors Open
6:45 pm Japanese Tea Ceremony Demonstration
7:30 pm A Special Bento Dinner
8:30 pm Traditional Japanese Music Performance
The Concert Admission per person is: