This year’s “Jazz in the Garden” at Weir Farm with the Brubeck Brothers Quartet is the “Centennial Edition,” celebrating the 100th Birthday of the National Park Service.

Hosted by Weir Farm Art Center and Weir Farm National Historic Site, the concert will be the 21st year in the “Jazz in the Garden” history. Proceeds benefit the international Artist-in-Residence program administered by the Weir Farm Art Center, which draws talented artists from around the world, giving them a chance to create in the inspirational landscape of Weir Farm National Historic Site.

The Brubeck Brothers Quartet features two Brubeck siblings, Dan Brubeck on drums and Chris Brubeck on bass and trombone. Rounding out the quartet are Brubeck mainstays Chuck Lamb on piano and Mike DeMicco on guitar.

The concert will be held on Sunday, Sept. 18 from 3-5 p.m., rain or shine. Attendees are encouraged to bring chairs, blankets, and picnic refreshments.

The family-friendly Jazz in the Garden receives generous support from the Karen and William Tell Foundation, with special thanks to Catherine and Ed Romer.

All parking for the event will be at the Branchville Elementary School at 40 Florida Rd., off of Rt. 102/Branchville Rd., across from Ancona’s Wines & Liquors in Ridgefield. Free shuttles will run to and from Weir Farm National Historic Site continuously between 2-6 p.m.. No parking is available at Weir Farm National Historic Site or along neighborhood residential roads.

No tickets will be sold at Weir Farm National Historic Site. Tickets can be purchased online, by visiting the event’s website or at the Branchville Elementary School the day of the event beginning at 2 p.m.. Cash, check, and credit cards will be accepted. Adult tickets are $20.Tickets for teens 13-18 are $10. Children 12 and under are free.