A free concert!
Looking for a legendary place to plant your lawn chair this summer? Good news - you're invited to The Tweed Front Yard Shindig!
People have grown fond of the grass we grow inside our walls, but for one day this summer, the grass will be greener outside on the lawn. We’re hosting the ultimate summer concert on August 13, right here on the front yard of the Tweed facility in Smiths Falls, Ontario.
The first ever Tweed Front Yard Shindig will feature hip-hop, funk, soul act BlakDenim, Ottawa's alternative ensemble The Balconies and East Coast indie rockers Joel Plaskett Emergency, along with plenty of family fun (and food) for your whole brood.
The best things in life are free, and we’re counting the Shindig among them – tickets will be offered to our customers, friends, and area residents at no cost.
Much like our strain menu, we’ve made sure there’s a little something for everyone lined up. There will be tons of activities for the little ones, delicious food and drink options, and of course, an awesome concert lineup.
And yep, you guessed it – all lawn chairs are welcome.
Join us on #TeamLawnChair - the grass is greener over here! We’ve learned from experience that where there’s a lawn chair, there’s a good time. Come experience a sweet summer day, spend time with your loved ones, and relax (in a lawn chair) to your favourite music. All lawn chairs are welcome!
Meet the artists, get answers to your Frequently Asked Questions, and most importantly, reserve your tickets at frontyardshindig.com! Don’t delay! Tickets are free and going fast.
Hope to see you August 13th!
The Tweed Front Yard Shindig – party in the front, business in the back!
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