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This Niagara-On-The-Lake Farm Just Released Tickets For Their Annual Lavender Festival And We're So Ready

With the blanket of snow covering the province and temperatures as low as -25°C, it might not feel like winter will ever end. However there is some light at the end of the tunnel. When tickets to lavender field festivals start springing up you know that summer in on the brain. And if you're too deep in your winter blues to get excited about summer events then at least cheer up knowing that the groundhogs did predict an early start to spring this year after all. 

For anywho who is ready to start thinking about warmer days and spending time outside among the flower fields, there's something you'll want to check out. The 9th annual NEOB Lavender Festival in Niagara On The Lake has already released tickets for their July 7th & 8th event. Based on how the years previous looked - you won't want to miss out on maybe one of the most IG worthy festivals of the year.

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The festival runs for 2 days only and celebrates the end of the harvest season for Lavender essential oils. There will also be unique artisans and vendors as well as live music, opportunities to pick your own lavender, and lavender themed items and food.

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Like already mentioned, tickets for the event are already on sale. There are 2 types being offered, an Island Hopper Pass and a World Traveller Pass. The Island Hopper is $5 (+ tax and fees) for a General Admission ticket. The Word Traveller ticket is $20 (+tax and fees) and offers up admission plus 10 food samples. To get more info on the event or purchase tickets, click here

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NEOB Lavender, is a farm and facility that creates real essential oils in the Niagara area. Located at 758 Niagara Stone Rd, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON,  it's about an hour and a half drive from Toronto. The farm offers up over 200 locally made essential oils products, and both a lavender field and aromatic greenhouse that guests can explore. With so much lavender everywhere, it's sure to be a relaxing experience. 

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