Tilia's Augtoberfest announces 2013 music lineup
Sleep Study are one of many bands set to play Tilia Augtoberfest
Photo By Erik Hess
Tilia has long since won over the Linden Hills area (and most Twin Cities foodies) with their delicious cuisine coupled with an intimate, distinctive dining experience. Now, the good folks behind the restaurant have their collective sights set on entertaining Twin Cities music fans as well, with the announcement of the 3rd Annual Tilia Augtoberfest.
Set for Sunday, August 18, from noon until 9 p.m., this outdoor, family-friendly event will also feature the release of some Oktoberfest beer varieties and other appealing drink options, plenty of delectable food and tasty treats from Tilia and other area shops, as well as a Wild Rumpus kids area and lemonade stand run by the kids of Tilia themselves.
The music lineup is a strong one, with plenty of local favorites set to get Linden Hills up and rocking on a Sunday afternoon:
Kevin Bowe and the Okemah Prophets
The Katy Vernon Band
The Dead Pigeons
The Bill Patten Trio
Admission to the Tilia Augtoberfest is a mere $3, with a portion of the ticket prices benefiting Linden Hills Power and Light. In addition, sales from the kids' lemonade stand will be donated to People for Parks. So you've got good music with plenty of great food and drinks, all beneffiting some terrific causes -- you can't go wrong this Sunday at Tilia.
Tilia Augtoberfest will also proudly be a zero-waste event, so you won't have to worry about leaving Linden Hills worse than how you found it. In fact, your contributions from the day will only help strengthen and support one of the best neighborhoods in Minneapolis.
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