Announcing Stratton’s 2017 Summer Concert Lineup
For Immediate Release – May 25, 2017
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Stratton Mountain Summer Concerts to Feature Three Dog Night, Rusted Root and More
Outdoor concert series to take place at the mountain’s base throughout the summer
STRATTON MOUNTAIN, VT. – Stratton’s summer-long series of outdoor concerts returns for another season, featuring internationally recognized musicians Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Three Dog Night, Greensky Bluegrass, Rusted Root and Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass on select weekends July-October.
Tickets are now available for Rusted Root, other acts to follow for $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Concert goers of all ages will enjoy the natural acoustics at the base of southern Vermont’s tallest peak along with barbeques, lawn games and all the resort activities and events. The 2017 series, presented by Stratton Magazine and Manchester Life, includes:
Saturday, July 22: Preservation Hall Jazz Band. The seven-part jazz jam band, who have shared festival stages from Coachella to Newport with legends like Stevie Wonder and Elvis Costello, bring the spirit of New Orleans to the mountains for a weekend of dancing, scenic gondola rides and shopping at the Vermont Antiques Dealers’ Annual Show hosted in the Stratton Main Base Lodge.
Saturday, August 5: Greensky Bluegrass. Bluegrass on the green grass brings Greensky’s eclectic twist on the classic genre, mixing the acoustic stomp of a string band with the rule-breaking spirit of rock & roll.
Saturday, August 19: Three Dog Night. Grammy-nominated music legends take the mountain stage with their Billboard #1 hits “Joy to the World,” “One,” “Mama Told Me (Not to Come)” and many more iconic tunes for a weekend of mountain music and cycling at the Vermont Challenge.
Saturday, September 2: Rusted Root. Stratton Village Square Shops present Labor Day Weekend with tunes from Rusted Root that are sure to start a dance party with their fusion of acoustic, rock and percussion set with an African, Latin and Native American influences. The annual Tent Sale and Running of the Bears 5K add to the weekend festivities.
Sunday, October 8: Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass. The spirit of The Grateful Dead with a bluegrass twist will entertain following Saturday’s Columbus Day Weekend Harvestfest and Brew Fest, featuring the region’s top ales and ciders, chili cook off and free activities for kids.
Nestled in the Green Mountains of southern Vermont, Stratton Mountain Resort boasts a year-round packed events and activities calendar. The vibrant slopeside Village is lined with retail shops as well as fine and casual dining restaurants and bars. On-mountain accommodations cozy lodges, hotels and spacious condominiums. Golf a round on the 27-hole championship course, brush up on your skills at the golf school or work on your serve at the Cliff Drysdale Tennis Center.
For tickets and details regarding summer music, visit here. For more information on Stratton Mountain events and activities, visit stratton.com.