International Music Festival Brings Free Performances to Vermont State Parks, Wednesday, June 21
|2016 Make Music event at Silver Lake State Park|
MakeMusicVT, presented in partnership with Big Heavy World, is an international day of music-making that will be taking place in more than 120 countries and 700 cities worldwide. Vermont is the first US state to coordinate a state-wide event, with performances at public places, including libraries, sidewalks, and state parks.
Park entry is free to attend these performances and no pre-registration is required. Performances will be held at Kingsland Bay, Boulder Beach and Silver Lake State Parks rain or shine.
Complete details can be found at: https://www.bigheavyworld.com/makemusicvt/
Schedule of Events
Kingsland Bay State Park, Ferrisburgh VT
Rik Palleri and the Vermont SongFarmers, 3-7:30pm
Rik and the Vermont SongFarmers based in Hinesburg VT host an acoustic jam session from 3-7:30 Anyone who plays an instrument or just wants to sing along is welcome to participate. A “SongFarmer” is any artist who uses their music to make their families, their hometowns, their careers better. More information here.
Silver Lake State Park, Barnard VT
Dave & Jed, 12-3pm
Dave & Jed play ballads, blues, rock and originals. More information here.
Boulder Beach, Groton VT
Peace in the Valley, David Heath, and more! 1-5pm
Heady jams with keyboards, guitar, drums and bass.
Stay up to date on event details:
Vermont State Parks, Lucy Dartt, firstname.lastname@example.org, 802-828-1532
Big Heavy World, James Lockridge, email@example.com, 802-865-1140