WinterWonderGrass comes to Vermont in December

Tickets On Sale Now

WinterWonderGrass is coming east to camp out at the Stratton Mountain Resort from Dec. 14-16. Vermont locals introduced to this traditionally Colorado music festival can expect craft beers, tasty treats, outdoor winter fun, and the intimate family atmosphere that WWG is famous for fostering. At the popular mountain resort located just  a short drive from both Boston and New York City, concert attendees can enjoy a perfect winter backdrop for WWG’s inaugural New England appearance. The event schedule and ticket information can be found on the festival website.

Single day tickets are currently $59 for Friday and Sunday, while Saturday tickets are $79.  The best priced ticket package is the three-day ticket ($149). On top of three days for WWG musical offerings, three-day tickets include three hours of beer, cider, tea and Switchel samplings each day. Although the packages are currently on sale, prices are expected to rise on Nov. 9.

Not sure which package is best for you? The schedule for each day of WWG is below:

Friday, Dec. 14: The Infamous Stringdusters, Fruition, Jeff Austin Band, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Ghost of Paul Revere, Saints & Liars, Lindsay Lou, Pappy Biondo + Charlie Rose, Pickin’ on the Dead and Beg Steal or Borrow

Saturday, Dec. 15: Keller Williams & the Keels, the Kitchen Dwellers, Fruition, Jeff Austin Band, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Jon Stickley Trio, Rumpke Mountain Boys, Larry Keel Experience and Grant Farm

Sunday, Dec. 16: Railroad Earth, Upstate, Billy Strings, Ghost of Paul Revere, Lindsay Lou, the Kitchen Dwellers, Rumpke Mountain Boys and Bridget Law & Friends

After each day’s main headliner, fans are welcome to attend special performances at the Soapbox featuring Pickin on the Dead on Friday, Rumpke Mountain Boys on Saturday, and the Jon Stickley Trio to wrap up on Sunday. Committed to community engagement, WWG is also hosting free afternoon meetings for WWG artists and local musicians interaction. Bring your own instrument, refreshments will be provided.

Be on the lookout for more bluegrass events at the festival, more is still to come for the evening.  WWG is preparing to announce ‘Grass after Dark’ late night shows on Nov. 13. The late shows will bring guests to more intimate peaks and settle the concert into a more casual vibe. Connecting artists with the local community, these events bring you up close and personal with bluegrass icons as they improvise musical conversations with ease.