WonderGrass returns to Stratton in April 2020 once again as Sugar & Strings, following enthusiastic support from locals, artists, fans and the New England music community at large. Springtime in Vermont, sugar shacks, sugar snow and plenty of strings. Music, brews and mountains are the foundation for the 2nd annual Sugar & Strings, featuring 10+ bands and a dozen local and regional craft breweries over two full days. Join us for beer and cider sampling, live music and family-friendly fun each day.
All of the family togetherness, none of the cleanup! Let us take care of serving you and yours a delicious Easter Brunch (plus a Bloody Mary and Mimosa menu).
Bob Stannard & Those Dangerous Bluesmen April 18 | 7:30pm at Walker Farm Maestro of the harmonica since 1969, Stannard is known for his outrageous outfits and intense, high-energy performances. He’s played with some of the greatest Blues players of all time including BB King, Charlie Musselwhite, and John Hammond. He’s shared the stage with Buddy Guy, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and the late, great James Cotton. Bring your dancing shoes and celebrate the end of winter blues with Vermont's premier blues band! This show is a "Pay What You Will" event, letting you determine the price option that makes the most sense to you while supporting live performance in Weston and creating opportunities for others to attend. Children aged 12 and under get in free, but must have a ticket. All tickets are General Admission. Walker Farm includes plenty of standing room in front of the stage and limited seating at the rear of the venue. Seating is first-come, first-served, and is not guaranteed at any price point. If you require a seat for accessibility reasons, please include a note in the “comments” section of your ticket order. All ticket sales are non-refundable. Bob Stannard & Those Dangerous Bluesmen are performing at Walker Farm.
Toby MacNutt is a queer, nonbinary trans, disabled artist living in Vermont. They have been a dancer most of their life, and their choreography and other creative work frequently explores themes of embodiment, identity, and relationships. In a Singular They, Toby asks: "When change is who you are, who are you?" Solos for ground, aerials, and mobility apparatus engage different elements of identity and embodiment, including an outsider’s approach to masculinity, the way time changes with chronic pain, and what it’s like to find freedom. Tickets can be purchased from brown paper tickets. https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4538763
VSO: Jukebox April 24 | 7:30pm at Walker Farm Have you ever wondered what makes the members of our Jukebox Quartet tick? What music they particularly like? What composers are especially dear to them? In this Jukebox program, each musician has chosen a piece that has special meaning for him or her. This show is a "Pay What You Will" event, letting you determine the price option that makes the most sense to you while supporting live performance in Weston and creating opportunities for others to attend. Children aged 12 and under get in free, but must have a ticket. All tickets are General Admission. All ticket sales are non-refundable. VSO Jukebox is performed at Walker Farm.