Iron Horse Festival Presents…
FOOD MUSIC PEOPLE
They will all come together at the CASO Station for FreshFest
FreshFest is a celebration of our local farmers and the food they grow, presented in partnership with talented area chefs, vintners and brewers to create the ultimate tasting experience!
Thursday August 17th 2017
Place: CASO Station 750 Talbot Street
Advance tickets: $15 – includes entry, commemorative glass, entertainment & five tasting coupons + MAIN STAGE ENTRY
At door tickets: $20 – includes entry, commemorative glass, entertainment & five tasting
ADVANCED TICKET SALES HAVE ENDED. YOU ARE STILL ABLE TO PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE DOOR.
SEE YOU TONIGHT!
** If you purchase your tickets online, please bring your ID or Paypal receipt to the event for entry. **
- Le Cafe Siam
- Seed Confections
- Salt & Pepper Meals
- Salt Creek Market
- Rail City Bistro
- Destination Church
- Elgin Harvest
- Shaw’s Ice Cream
- Railway City Brewing
- London Brewing Co-op
- Quai du Vin Winery
- Forked River Brewing
- Water provided by Simply Pure Water
Be a 2017 FreshFest Vendor!
Featuring Sarah Botehlo
Musical inspiration came to Sarah Botelho at only 9 years old when she wrote her first song about how heartbroken she was when she found out Santa wasn’t real. Since then, she’s come a long way, eventually settling up in the indie pop-rock world of music under the name POESY – an archaic word for poetry and callback to her time as an English + Creative Writing major at Western University. POESY is the type of musician that has an infatuation with all types of art and to display that love she wrote a short story to accompany each track on her debut EP: The Spotless Mind. She then passed that story off to some her of talented visual artists to create a visual representation of the emotions felt from reading the story without ever hearing the music. Her influences are widespread, including the likes of Freddie Mercury, Katy Perry, Florence Welch, Kurt Cobain, and Stevie Nicks. With her piano skills in her pocket, she dabbles with anything she can get her hands on – guitar, ukulele, you name it – in order to make the cathartic music she does.
Come celebrate the diversity of St. Thomas-Elgin, and understand the impact of the railway station on promoting immigration throughout Southwestern Ontario. Learn about local cultural groups on the beautifully restored South Platform and enjoy a free ride on the train and celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday!
Keep an eye out for our ‘Full Steam Fridays’ and casostation.ca for weekly updates and announcements!