Anberlin side project Loose Talk headlines free Tampa concert celebrating release of 'Freshly Folded' gin

Proceeds from the spirit benefit the Current Initiatives nonprofit.

Tampa distillery Dark Door Spirits has never shied away from throwing itself completely into community projects, and this weekend it does it again by hosting a free concert to mark the 14th anniversary of Current Initiatives.

The party—headlined by Anberlin side project Loose Talk—goes down on Saturday, June 25 at Dark Door's Pinecrest West Park facility located at
6608 Anderson Rd. Tickets are free with registration, and openers on the show include Americana band Urbane Cowboys plus Right On Time. Most notably, the show is also the release of a Dark Door's new "Freshly Folded" jasmine and lemon verbena flavored gin being offered to commemorate Current Initiative's 14th year providing free laundry to communities across the U.S. as part of the "Laundry Project."

Proceeds from sales of the gin will go to the nonprofit that's helped families get through the simple, yet profounding meaningful, task of making sure their clothes are clean.

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