Our Concert Venues
Music in the Meadow
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
- ONLY service dogs are allowed in the Meadow. Please do NOT leave your pets in the car.
- Parking is convenient and close to the meadow.
- Comfort stations are conveniently located to the right of the concert meadow.
- You may bring whatever you wish in your picnic basket.
- There is a designated area for low-back chairs and blankets.
- High-back chairs should be placed BEHIND the area designated for low-back chairs and blankets.
- It will be warm when the sun is out and can get cool as the sun sets. Be prepared.
- A flashlight will come in handy when trying to find your keys and belongings.
- Your children are welcome but please keep them at your side during the concert.
- In the interest of safety and the comfort of our visiting artists, no one is allowed near the sound equipment or behind the concert stage
- NO smoking or open flames are allowed.
This year’s concerts will be held in the Trapp Family Lodge 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. Our ushers will be happy to help you find a great seat. We appreciate your understanding!
Preferred Seating and Preferred Parking are two of the benefits offered to those who contribute $500 or more* to Stowe Performing Arts. 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.)
Music in the Meadow concerts will go on, rain or shine.
Noon Music in May
Stowe Community Church has graciously donated the sanctuary for the Noon Music in May concerts since the beginning of the series in the late ‘70s.
This historic and beautiful building houses a restored 1898 Steinway Grand Piano and a W. B. Simmons Tracker organ. The acoustics and the intimate setting are perfect for the small ensembles presented in this series.