Live Music On The Lawn
Live Music on the lawn is a series of outdoors, socially distant shows on the Lawn at Bolton Valley drawing from the overflowing pool of musical talent in Northern Vermont. We see it as our opportunity to help perpetuate live music here – an area that is undoubtedly a live music Mecca to many – during a time that has taken an insurmountable toll on artists and their livelihoods.
Thank you for an awesome summer season of Live Music on The Lawn!
This is a RAIN OR SHINE event. If we decide we need to cancel for a turn toward torrential weather, we’ll let you know by early Sunday morning at the latest, but we’re feeling confident on full send as of now!
We’re delighted to allow kids in the show, but they need tickets, too, no matter the age. With Vermont’s capacity restrictions, we need to sell every last space we have. Thanks for understanding!
Summer’s coming to a close, so we thought we’d send off the season with a bang! Join us out on the lawn for a double feature of the VT All Stars band ft some of Vermont’s most talented musicians.
This will be 2 shows with separate tickets available for both. Doors at 11am and 3:30pm. The crowd from the earlier show will be completely cleared out before the second group will be let in for the later show. This will allow more people to come up to get their live music fix while still abiding by Vermont’s health and safety guidelines.
Please remember – No mask, no entry. We’ve had a summer full of awesome and safe events up here on our lawn. Let’s keep it that way!
More on the Band…
The VT Allstars is a super-group comprised of some of the top musicians in Vermont. The band features Hayley Jane, Rob Compa of Dopapod, Bob Wagner, Leon Campos, Connor Young, and Jake Whitesell of Kat Wright, as well as Matt Dolliver and Cotter Ellis of Swimmer & Brickdrop.
The band will be doing two shows on the lawn Sunday, September 13th which will feature soul, funk, and rock and roll tunes from The Grateful Dead, George Benson, Aretha Franklin, Fleetwood Mack, and much, much more.
With limited capacity and limited preparation time, we recommend only attending one of the two shows. You will likely hear a few repeats from the band if you decide to stay for both sets.
Masks Required. No Mask, No Entry.
Unless you are sitting/dancing/standing at “your” blanket, table, or chair you will be required to be wearing a mask. No exceptions.
We have plenty of room on our lawn for you to set up a safe space for your and your crew and dance the night away with us while maintaining proper physical distancing. However, if you’re walking around, dancing up closer to the band, ordering food/drinks, standing in lines, and/or interacting with our staff or people not in your “pod,” then you will be required to wear a mask.
Thank you for your cooperation. We are confident we can do this and in fact, our first installment of Live Music On The Lawn, that is the reason we are doing it again. And we want to keep doing these – we have more bands/dates lined up already, and if this one’s successful, we’ll announce the next one. So let’s make it happen… together…
Let’s face it – it’s crazy, weird times right now. We’ve all seen our lives impacted. But certainly musicians have taken a HUGE hit. If you’re having a good time at the show, please show your appreciation and help us bring live, local music back to the fore by being generous with your tips for the band!
No outside food, drink or coolers permitted. Blankets and lawn chairs all good. We will be serving food and beverages on site during the event.
Bring a blanket, a chair, your face mask and your dancing feet – we got the rest.