Vermont Youth Dancers brings the classic legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table to the stage, told through dance to current music. Audiences are captivated by a unique blend of exciting hip hop and moving lyrical choreography, along with imaginative staging, costumes and set in this beautiful tale.
10,000 Maniacs— June 28 @ 07:00 pm
10,000 Maniacs has covered plenty of ground in its 35-plus years, from cult-herodom to international stardom, to their current status as a cornerstone alternative band. But the sound and spirit of 10,000 Maniacs remains consistent. The live shows embrace their entire catalogue, and the lineup is still anchored by four of the six original members.
John Pizzarelli Trio— July 7 @ 07:00 pm
World-renowned guitarist and singer John Pizzarelli has been hailed by the Boston Globe for “reinvigorating the Great American Songbook and re-popularizing jazz.” The Toronto Star pegged him as “the genial genius of the guitar,” and the Seattle Times saluted him as “a rare entertainer of the old school.”
Mary Chapin Carpenter— July 19 @ 07:00 pm
Mary Chapin Carpenter returns to our stage, after sold-out performances in 2015 and 2017. In celebration of her 30 year recording career, Mary Chapin Carpenter released Sometimes Just The Sky in March on Lambent Light Records via Thirty Tigers. The landmark record features new versions of twelve of Carpenter’s most beloved songs as well as one newly written song, the title track. Her US Tour kicks off in June with just one stop in Vermont. She will be joined by special guest Caitlin Canty.
Tab Benoit— July 21 @ 07:00 pm
His guitar wails and cries and his voice is as warm and inviting as a front porch swing on a muggy, Southern night. Tab Benoit is Louisiana’s No.1 roots export. He is a gifted guitarist, a passionate singer and a songwriter with a conscience. Tab combines Delta blues, Chicago blues and soul into his original compositions with stand out singing and guitar playing. Fans and critics alike shower Tab with praise. He’s been nominated for three Grammys and won two Blues Music Awards.