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07/15/2014

Music in the Meadow Concerts is the Perfect Summertime Tradition!

Music in the Meadow Concerts

First started in 1976 and held in Whisker’s Field, Stowe Performing Arts has grown the Music in the Meadow Concerts into a perennial summer event for everyone to enjoy.  Much of the seating is “picnic style” and is given out on a first-come, first-served basis, so don’t wait and get your tickets in advance through Stowe Performing Arts.  Visitor’s and locals alike flock to The Trapp Family Lodge Concert Meadow, a spectacular natural amphitheatre, for a long running summertime tradition – the Music in the Meadow Concerts! 

Music in the Meadow Concerts Music in the Meadow
Presented by Stowe Performing Arts
@ Trapp Family Lodge Concert Meadow
(Music in the Meadow concerts will be held in Stowe High School on Barrows Road in the event of rain)

July 20 – 7 PM – Quinn Sullivan, presented by the Juzek Family and Metropolitan Music
August 3 – 7 PM – Shemekia Copeland, presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont
August 17 – 6:30 PM – West Point Band’s
Jazz Knights, presented by Kneebinding, Inc.

If Sundays don’t fit your schedule, another treat for music lovers is the Gazebo Concerts held on the lawn of the Helen Day Memorial Building on Tuesdays @ 7 PM (Rain site is the Stowe Community Church).  July 22 welcomes The Cider House Boys, July 29; Francesca Blanchard, August 5, Morrisville Military & Waterbury Community Combined Bands, and August 12, Cosa Buena – Jazz, Latin, World, Groove band.

The Green Mountain Inn, located on Main Street in Stowe is great place to relax and unwind after enjoying an exciting concert either in the Meadow or at the Helen Day Memorial Building.  With exceptional accommodations and luxurious amenities all thought out with our guests in mind, our Inn will complete your stay in Stowe.  We hope to see you soon!

Image source: Photo by Bill Jalbert

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