Saturday, March 17, 3:30 p.m.—LUDLOW—While sugar makers all over Vermont are tapping trees and collecting sap for making maple syrup, Okemo Mountain Resort is tapping into the sweet sounds of 90s music sensation Blues Traveler. Okemo’s annual Sugar Daze is a free outdoor concert event scheduled to take place in the Jackson Gore Inn courtyard March 17. All ages are welcome.
After a typical spring day of skiing and snowboarding, Okemo’s Jackson Gore Inn courtyard will transform into a concert venue. Admission to the concert is free, but a limited number of VIP passes will be for sale for $75 per person. The VIP pass includes concert credentials, access to an exclusive concert-viewing area and hospitality tent, delicious snacks and three drink tickets for all VIPs 21 and older. Landshark, Shiner Bock and Shiner Bock Light will be offered for purchase, and a variety of wine, cocktails and food will be available.
The music starts at 3:30 p.m. with Braiden Sunshine and Jake Kulak. The Pete Kilpatrick Band (PKB) takes the stage at 5 p.m., and Blues Traveler rocks out the courtyard starting at 7 p.m. Read more about PKB in the Rockin’ the Region column on page 13.
For more information, visit okemo.com or call 802-228-1600.
Photo courtesy Okemo Mountain Resort
Okemo Mountain Resort takes a trip to the 90s with the reminiscent music of Blues Traveler. See them live during the annual Sugar Daze free concert, St. Patrick’s Day.