Tiny Town

Festival

The Affordable Living Shows

Affodable Living

We think the best way to appreciate tiny living, is by getting inside a tiny home or two. Sure you've seen them in articles, on YouTube and HGTV, but it's not until you stand inside a tiny home and look around that you get a real sense of what it would be like to live tiny. So we're bringing a tiny home to your town and we're getting some friends to bring theirs too. We're inviting some companies that make things for tiny homes, and some local tiny home builders to come to your Festival and show you what they have. All in all, each Festival is going to be what you need to know to decide if tiny home living is right for you.

A 40” x 70” UHD digital billboard outside the front door of each tiny home will be displaying our sponsored product ads to visitors while they are waiting in the que. Sponsor ads including 3M, End of the Roll, Home Depot, Ikea, Tiffany Pratt Design and Whirlpool (to name a few) will be running and yours can too!
Advertising packages start at $100.

The last tiny home show we participated in was a 1-day Festival and drew over 1,200 people from across the province. We expect that our 4-day Festivals are going to make quite a splash in every city we visit.


  • If you would like to become an advertiser on our Festival billboards and website, select the button above and create an account. If you currently are an advertiser and would like to access your account, select the button above and log in.

  • If you would like to book a booth to become an Exhibitor in one or more Tiny Town Festivals - The Affordable Living Show, select the button above and create an account. If you currently are an advertiser and would like to access your account, log into the site.

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