Acorn Concert Series at Taltree

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Published on July 05, 2017 with No Comments

Named as one of Rolling Stone Magazine’s “10 Artists You Need to Know” The Black Lillies offer an award-winning blend of country, alt-rock, neo-folk and mountain music. According to Rolling Stone Magazine, “No independent band has played the Grand Ole Opry more often than the Black Lillies”. Presented by Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Thorgren Industries. Opening for The Black Lillies is The Way Down Wanderers. This Americana group formed in Chicago was listed on Spotify’s Songpickr’s 2016 Best Songs Playlist and listed as 2014’s best emerging artist by Deli Magazine. Cost is $15 for one concert or $60 for all five. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. Tickets purchased online will be placed on a will call list available at the door. Concert-goers will also be treated to a fireworks display by members of the Heartland Pyrotechnics Arts Association on Saturday, July 8 date with the purchase of a concert ticket. Gates open at 6:30 p.m.

Event is rain or shine and held outdoors. Bring a lawn chair. This is a family-friendly event. Outside beverages are prohibited. A smoking section will be available. Dogs are not permitted in the concert venue.

Craft beer, wine, and local food favorites (Twisted Citrus, Rolling Stone Baker, Valpo Velvets) will be available to purchase during the concert.

Arboretum & Gardens located at 450 West 100 North, Valparaiso. From US 30 turn south on to County Road 500 West. Go 1.5 miles to County Road 100 North and turn left (east) onto 100 North. Taltree is located approximately 1/2 mile down 100 N. For more information and ticket purchase, visit www.taltree.org.

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