Natasha Bedingfield with Special Guest Sidney Bird
Tickets: Adult: $40-$50; Children (12 and under): $5-$10; VIP Pergola Seating (up to 8 ppl): $750
Join us for Thursday, June 29th for Natasha Bedingfield with Special Guest Sidney Bird to kick off the Spruce Peak Summer Concert Series, featuring amazing music by celebrated artists in a magical green mountain setting.
Village Green Opens at 5pm | Sidney Bird starts at 6pm | Natasha Bedingfield at 7pm
About Natasha Bedingfield
Originally from New Zealand, Natasha Bedingfield grew up in southeast London, where she and her siblings were raised around music, and when she left university to sign with BMG everything changed.
Ever since the Grammy-nominated multi-platinum singer made her solo debut in 2004, Natasha Bedingfield has been one of the world’s most inspiring and innovative female singer-songwriters. With five albums under her belt, over 14 million albums sold and a diverse set of collaborations with artists such as Nicki Minaj, Big Sean, Sean Kingston, Brandy, Rascal Flatts, Lifehouse and Lang Lang, her artistic breadth is unmatched. Hits like “Unwritten,” “These Words” and “Pocketful of Sunshine,” ‘Single,’ ‘Soulmate’ and ‘Love Like This’ topped international charts. “Unwritten,” in particular, continues to be an anthem for so many around the planet- and widely hailed as the unofficial commencement song at graduations.
Natasha has had more than 20 of her songs used in films, which says a lot about her versatility. As a dynamic performer with a powerfully soulful voice, Natasha has toured extensively around the globe and has performed at numerous, distinguished events including the Nobel Peace Prize Concert, the Dalai Lama’s Common Ground for Peace and the Obama White House’s “The Motown Sound.” Supporting her passionate stance around Climate Change, she co-wrote and collaborated with artists including Sir Paul McCartney, Jon Bon Jovi, Sheryl Crow and others on a project called ‘Love Song to the Earth.’ She was asked to perform the song at the UN General Assembly in front of many world leaders and also during the Pope’s visit and address on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Recently the climate change activist performed at COP26 with the Royal Conservatoire of Music in Scotland.
Most recently, and proving that a great song is timeless, “Unwritten” enjoyed a resurgence as a TikTok challenge in 2021, garnering an MTV Award nomination. To quote an article in Insider: “If the Richter scale measures the energy released by an earthquake, Natasha Bedingfield must have a similar sense for pop songs.” In 2021 she performed as “Pepper” in The Masked Singer” Fox television show, and as she continues to write and record new music, plan tours, speak about Climate Change and so much more, there’s a whole lot of surprises to come from Natasha Bedingfield.
About Sidney Bird
Sidney Bird is a southwestern darling making a name for herself in Brooklyn. Born and raised in Arizona, Bird holds her own in the scene of western pop artists like Kacey Musgraves and Leon Bridges, but also leans into the indie pop scene like artists, Maggie Rogers and Noah Kahan. A true crossover act, Bird feels a strong creative impulse when home in Arizona, writing all of her songs there before fleshing them out with producers in Brooklyn.
All shows are rain or shine. In case of heavy rain or inclement weather, alternative location will be at Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center.
Change of location will be made and announced no later than 10:00am the day of the show.
A portion of ticket sales goes to Spruce Peak Cares’ partner charities: Vermont Foodbank, Meals on Wheels, Clarina Howard Nichols Center, United Way of Lamoille County, The Current, and the North Country Animal League. Learn more at https://www.sprucepeak.com/sprucepeak-cares.