When: 08/20/22 - 08/20/22 Time: 6:30pm-9:00pm
Where: Burlington City Hall Park City: Burlington, VT
Description: The High Breaks, 7:30pm The High Breaks are a progressive, surf rock band. Intent to tell a story and set a mood through rich tones that herald the traditional stylings of Dick Dale’s surf guitar, The Ventures’ pop sensibility and the dynamic exploration that both film directors David Lynch and Quentin Tarantino execute with their art. Balanced and precise, The High Breaks will weave three-part vocal harmonies into an instrumental narrative. The listener is granted an opportunity to be as engaged as they want to be, either simply letting a dreamy melody wash over them or becoming engrossed in each subtle and obvious nuance. Hailing from Burlington, VT The High Breaks loosen up their surroundings by promoting a freeing atmosphere with tight compositions and stoic stage presence. Troy Millette, 6:30pm Troy Millette & the Fire Below are a roaring folk-pop band from the green mountains of Vermont. On the back of heartfelt original tunes, imaginative cover tracks, and the witty onstage banter of front man and songwriter Troy Millette, the Fire Below have quickly earned a reputation of one of area’s most engaging live acts. Since arriving on the local circuit in 2010 Millette has worked continuously to hone his craft, playing hundreds of shows across the Northeast United States and Canada with esteemed touring acts such as Counting Crows, LIVE, Grace Potter, Bowling for Soup, Trey Anastasio (of Phish), Richard Marx, Rick Springfield, the Front Bottoms, Marcus King Band, Dawes, American Authors, Brett Dennen, Pete Francis (of DISPATCH), Jamie Lee Thurston, lovelytheband (formerly ‘Oh Honey!’), Mondo Cozmo, Josiah Johnson (of the Head and the Heart), Lee DeWyze, the Ghost of Paul Revere, Noah Guthrie (of America’s Got Talent and the FOX television series ‘glee’), and more! Catch a concert on the lawn as the sun sets on City Hall Park with BCA’s beloved series that presents 16 free evening concerts on alternating Fridays and Saturdays featuring a lineup of regional luminaries spanning the full spectrum of genres. 2022 City Hall Park programming is underwritten by the Pomerleau Family Foundation. Twilight Series is presented by Soundtoys with support from Aqua ViTea.