Music in the Meadow
We are proud to present these extraordinary artists in the meadow this summer. Click on any date to read about the artist and to purchase tickets.
- July 8 – Vermont Symphony Orchestra, 2018 Summer Festival Tour
- July 15 – Marcia Ball
- July 29 – The Dustbowl Revival
- August 5 – Phoebe Hunt & The Gatherers (FREE; no tickets required)
The Trapp Family Lodge concert meadow is the site of the Music in the Meadow concerts and opens two hours prior to the start of the concert. The gently sloping lawn of the concert meadow provides a venue of unparalleled beauty and comfort.
Concert meadow seating is picnic-style and on a first come, first served basis.There are designated, well-marked areas for blankets, low-back chairs and high-back chairs.These areas reflect our seating policy to guarantee each concert-attendee a view of the stage as well as the rolling hills of the Nebraska Valley. Our ushers will be happy to help you find a great seat. We appreciated your understanding!
Preferred Seating and Preferred Parking are two of the benefits offered to those who contribute $500 or more* to Stowe Performing Arts. Naturally, picnics and comfortable chairs are allowed in this area. Please observe the low-back/high-back chair signs. Ushers will guide you to your designated area when presented with your Seating Pass. Stowe’s Rotary Club will also direct you to the Preferred Parking area, if you display your special pass.
(*These and all sponsorships allow us to sustain the year-round work of our organization, as well as helping to maintain affordable ticket prices. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact Stowe Performing Arts at 802/253-7792) or email@example.com.)
Anyone with limited mobility may be delivered directly in front of the meadow or the alternate at the concert site. There is special parking available for cars with Handicapped Accessible hang tags in both concert locations.
In case of inclement weather, Music in the Meadow concerts will be held at Stowe High School on Barrows Road. Regretfully, there is no picnicking in the rain site.