Cross the Border for Taste of Tecumseh 2018

. June 1, 2018.

For a slice of Canadiana, check out the Fourth Annual Taste of Tecumseh Festival at Lakewood Park on the shores of Lake St. Clair in Tecumseh, Ontario. The two-day festival features local and regional culinary specialties, a variety of distinctive award-winning wines and craft beers and live entertainment, all in a beautiful waterside setting. Windsor Essex’s favourite (i.e,, “favorite” on this side of the Detroit River) party band Bigg Wiggle headlines both nights.

$16.88 for an early-bird weekend pass.

Friday and Saturday | June 15-16
Lakewood Park | Tecumseh, OT | tasteoftecumseh.ca

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