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Stratton Vermont Mountain Music~ Feb 17

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Music sounds better in the Vermont Mountains. Stratton’s year-round music scene features indoor and outdoor settings, small stages and large venues, local talent, rising stars and internationally acclaimed artists. The list of performers who have played the Stratton Vermont stage include Three Dog Night, The Wailers, Rusted Root, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Dark Star Orchestra, and Dirty Heads. Whatever your musical taste, we will have a weekend just right for you.

This weekend on Saturday Feb 17


9:30- 12:00

Since their conception, CT-based Funk/Soul band West End Blend has been playing their version of Funk and Soul in venues all over the Northeast. Fronted by vocalist Erica T. Bryan, the band pays homage to classic throwback sounds while adding their own distinct vibe and flair. Behind her, the Blend packs two guitars, a two-piece horn section, bass, keyboards and drums onto stages every night. From humble beginnings in an epic sweaty funky basement dance party, the Blend’s goal has always been to bring that same atmosphere to every show ever since.

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Mount Snow Vermont Presidents’ Week Winter Fest


There is a lot going on at Mount Snow Vermont this weekend besides just great skiing. Something fun for everyone


Friday, February 16

6 pm–9 pm: Open Mic Night at Snow Barn

7 pm: Beer Pairing Dinner with Stone Corral at 1900′ Burger

Join us for a culinary experience that will have your taste buds jumping for joy. We know that you love beer. So do we. Great beer is even better with great food. It is a common misconception that wine is the only beverage that food can be effectively paired with. On the contrary, beer actually has far more complex flavors and nuances that can be accentuated when accompanied by the proper food. That’s why our Executive Chef and his team have hand-picked a few of their favorite beers to bring you the Beer Pairing Dinner Series at 1900′ Burger at Mount Snow Vermont.

Dinner will be five gourmet courses paired with beers from Stone Corral. Your hosts will introduce each course and describe what you will be eating and drinking, and why they chose to pair them together.

There are a limited number of seats available for each event so advance reservations are required. We don’t want you to miss out on your chance to enjoy this awesome experience.

The five course dinner is served at 7 p.m | $70 per person + tax and gratuity.

8 pm: Tom Carroll at Harriman’s Farm to Table

Our staff combines classic culinary concepts from around the world to provide our guests a quality southern Vermont dining experience. As the model for our “farm-to-table” concept, Harriman’s at Mount Snow Vermont highlights the use of all-natural ingredients including local meats, seafood, fruits, and vegetables to create our seasonal menus.

From seasonally-inspired cuisine to casual pub fare, unique appetizers, and a full children’s menu, you can be sure the variety of choices will please the whole family. We also offer breakfast on weekends and holidays during the winter season, making it easy to dine and relax together.

Harriman’s hosts live music in the pub during the winter months on Friday and Saturday nights, adding the area’s local music scene to your table playing your favorite music to dine to, or enjoy specialty cocktails and craft beers at the bar. See the list of performers at the bottom of this page.

9 pm: DJ Bay 6 at Snow Barn

29 year old Vermont native DJ BAY 6 had spun sets for Inspector Deck of Wu-Tang Clan and Kosher Dillz, also paying opening set Mayhem, Lazerdisk, Akil the mc (Jurassic 5) Michal Menert (Pretty Lights), Ma1ach1, The Durian, and many other Vermont and New England based artists. DJ BAY 6 hosts an EDM based radio show on WGDR and WGDH in central Vermont. Along with Djing, BAY 6 also VJ’s, creates visuals, designs and builds 3D mapped stages, and has done VJ work with Lazerdisk, Russ Liquid, Cosby Sweater, Distructo and with many local VT acts.

21+, doors open at 8pm, show starts around 9pm

Saturday, February 17 

10 am: Harris Hill Ski Jump in Brattleboro


Celebrating 96 years, Harris Hill in Brattleboro Vermont welcomes an international field of competitors for two days of competition on New England’s only Olympic-size 90-meter hill.

Discover the original extreme sport. Watch jumpers up close as they soar over 300 feet at speeds up to 60 miles per hour. Join us for a festive atmosphere and fun for the whole family, including, music, food court, souvenirs, bonfire, and beer tent. Join in with the ringing of cow bells and thrill to the up-close, daring flight of the jumpers as they attempt to break the hill record of 304 feet set in 2017. Tickets are online or at the gate. Check the website for up-to-date news and event information.

11 am: Erin Harpe and The Delta Swingers outside on Cuzzins Deck


Open daily for lunch with a full-service menu that features burgers, wraps, mountainous salads and a tasty selection of appetizers, Cuzzins at Mount Snow Vermont is a great place to refuel after a morning on the mountain.  Mention Cuzzins to any Mount Snow regular and they will tell you it’s also home to one of the most legendary après ski scenes on the planet! The full bar offers a great selection of microbrews on tap as well as specialty cocktails to warm you up. Fantastic live music on weekends and during holiday weeks will get your feet stomping and fists pumping to the beat. Located in the Main Base Lodge.

With live music starting at 3 p.m. from Bruce Jacques on the following dates:

2/17, 2/18, 2/24, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17

1 pm: Jeff Tuohy Band outside on Cuzzins Deck

3 pm: Bruce Jacques at Cuzzins

8 pm: Peter Miles at Harriman’s Farm to Table

9 pm: Gang of Theives at Snow Barn


High energy and an unforgettable live performance is the hallmark of these Vermont funk rockers, who fuse a new breed of rock and roll with a vibrant instrumentation to create a powerful sound palatable to audiences of all ages. The key to the Gang’s universal appeal is their infectious sense of fun and showmanship, delivered with a message that inspires and encourages positivity. Featuring an electric violin and one man horn section, the Gang blends a variety of genres into catchy tunes anyone can sing or dance along to.

The band’s new record, titled“ Born to Be Loud” was released in September 2016 and immediately charted on Relix/’s top 30, recently moving all the way up to #4. The album received a rave review from Vermont’s premiere publication Seven Days. The Gang also released a super hero themed music video for their song ‘Work Together’ exclusively through Relix Magazine.

Gang of Thieves recently finished their “Work Together Tour”, where they visited 40 cities across the nation. Along the way, they volunteered their time at local food shelters, animal hospitals, and community oriented projects, with a goal of making a positive impact on the neighborhoods they visit. The Gang hopes to continue these efforts as the “Work Together movement”.—gang-of-thieves/

21+, doors open at 8pm, show starts around 9pm

Tickets are available online for $12 until 11:59 p.m. at February 16. Tickets will be $15 at the door if still available.

Sunday, February 18

10 am: Harris Hill Ski Jump in Brattleboro

2 pm: Mike McMann at Station Tap Room

3 pm: Bruce Jaques at Cuzzins

9 pm: Rice, An American Band at Snow Barn


Rice – an American Band was born in the summer of 2014 as a few friends got together to jam, and liked the results. A mutual admiration society developed and a love of performing music together was created.

The band plays a combination of originals and covers including material from classic bands like Pink Floyd, the Grateful Dead, Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Ray Vaughn. But lesser known material from bands like Woodbox Gang and International Anthem will play to fans like originals though they are written by past indie bands.

21+, doors open at 8pm, show starts around 9pm

Monday, February 19

10 am: Grommet Jam Finals

8 pm: Tom Carroll at Harriman’s Farm to Table

Tuesday, February 20

5 pm: Mr. Twisty Magic Show at Snow Barn

Wednesday, February 21

3 pm: Wine and Cheese Party at Mount Snow Sports at the Grand

3 pm: Steve Haigh at Station Tap Room

4:30pm:  Bonfire in the Main Base Area

6 pm: Torchlight Parade and Fireworks


Join us as our Mount Snow Ski & Snowboard School instructors descend the Canyon ski trail in a beautiful torchlight glow. Immediately following we’ll light up the sky with a huge fireworks display. The best place to watch our instructors descend Canyon is between the Clocktower and the Cape House.

8 pm: Jim Flynn at Harriman’s Farm to Table

Thursday, February 22

10am – 2pm:  Free race gates on Charlie’s Chase

4pm:  Backside Night @ the Snow Barn

Friday, February 23

2 pm: Dan Byrnes at Station Tap Room

8 pm: Peter Miles at Harriman’s Farm to Table

9 pm: Wild Adriatic at Snow Barn


Rooted in the rowdy spirit of rock & roll, Wild Adriatic has built an international audience on a combination of groove, grit, and guitar-heavy swagger. With the power trio’s newest album, Feel, bandmates Travis Gray, Rich Derbyshire, and Mateo Vosganian update the sound of their influences — from Seventies rock to Motown to soul — for a contemporary audience, taking influence from the past but never losing sight of the present. They aren’t revivalists; they’re modern men, carrying the torch of melodic, riff-ready, high-energy rock into new territory.
From the psychedelic “Chasing a Ghost” to the mellow, horn-filled “Come Baby Baby” — the latter song featuring blasts of brass from the West End Horns — Feel offers up 11 new songs of modern, analog, groove-heavy rock, with Wild Adriatic taking inspiration from breakups, friendships, new relationships, tour stops, and even politics. “Appleton” finds the guys paying tribute to the Wisconsin town that’s hosted some of their most most memorable shows, while songs like “Some Nerve” and “Hurricane Woman” channel the influence of guitar greats like Stevie Ray Vaughan and Joe Walsh. Much of the album came together during five separate writing retreats, including treks to Virginia, Texas and Wisconsin. Throughout it all, the songs were written collaboratively, molded by a band of longtime friends who, more than a half-decade into their career, are still turning over new leaves.

21+, doors open at 8pm, show starts around 9pm

Tickets are available online for $10. Ticket will also be available at the door with limited quantities.

Saturday, February 24

12 pm: The Duppy Conquerers outside on Cuzzins Deck

3 pm: Bruce Jacques at Cuzzins

8 pm: Tom Carroll at Harriman’s Farm to Table

9 pm: The Breakfast at Snow Barn

Sunday, February 25 

3 pm: Erica Reynolds at Station Tap Room


Check out our rustic Moose Pond Cabin that sleeps 8 and is just about 20 miles away from Brattleboro and about 25 miles from Mount Snow and several other great ski resorts.

Mount Snow~ Snow Barn Concerts: Feb 9

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Acoustica is a VT-based cover band in the valley of Mount Snow. Playing your favorite pop and rock hits in their own rhythmic, bright style. This talented duo hits the stage with classic and contemporary pop & rock hits.

Friday February 09

Snow Barn

21+, doors open at 8pm, show starts around 9pm


Mount Snow Concert Series

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Bud Light Concert Series – Strange Machines

Enjoy rock and reggae music from Strange Machines starting at 9 p.m.

Boston-born, New England based quartet Strange Machines have been steadily making a name for themselves in the East Coast jam scene. What started as a band focused on rock and reggae has slowly melded into a true melting pot of musical fusion, with sounds catering to funk, livetronica, heavy rock and a multitude of other genre’s, all while stringing them together seamlessly to create a fluid and captivating live performance. Their original songs are nuanced by creative composition, practiced precision, and a looseness that allows them to truly explore the music they create.

They have shared the stage with national-touring acts such as Dopapod, Twiddle, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Turkuaz, Kung Fu, TAUK, Deep Banana Blackout, John Brown’s Body, and more. Strange Machines have carved out their own niche in the east coast music scene and show no signs of slowing down.

Strange Machines are set to release a new album Fall of 2017. Founding member Mike MacDonald and long time keyboardist Christian Perron, with the additions of Craig Holland on bass and Isaac Civitello on drums, have honed in their sound and hit their stride as a four piece. “Voice of Color”, the bands first full length release, is a representation of what the band has developed into, diving further into progressive experimental rock and funk more than ever before. Striving to consistently deliver a high energy and engaging live performance, the band has continued to gain momentum in the Northeast and beyond. This album aims to capture the diversity and big sound you will experience at a Strange show.

“Strange Machines is known for powerful, high-energy live performances that explore the depths of their music and cater to a breadth of listeners. None of the band’s beloved characteristics are lost on the album—rather, Voice of Color offers precisely executed arrangements of Strange Machines originals while still embodying the looseness and exploration you’d find at a live performance.” – Live For Live Music

Tickets available online for $12. Tickets will be $15 at the door if still available. Online ticket sales will end at 11:59 p.m. on January 26.—strange-machines/