Published Apr 02, 2013London, ON's Grickle Grass Festival is held in the city's Children's Museum and takes its name from a Dr. Seuss story, but grown-ups will find plenty to enjoy at this year's event, which takes place on May 25.
During the day, the festival will offer family programming in the form of community-oriented fun with a focus on sustainability and healthy choices. In the evening, the museum will turn into a fully licensed music venue. Performers include Rich Aucoin, Odonis Odonis, Each Other, Legato Vipers, Grey Kingdom and more.
The lineup was curated by Out of Sound Records and 379 Collective. Tickets cost $20 (plus a small fee) in advance and $25 at the door, and are available to purchase here.
According to a statement from the festival, "This unique event offers adult patrons the exclusive chance to party in the rooms and corridors of their cherished childhood memories." This is Grickle Grass' fourth year. Learn more over at the event's website.