On June 14, 2018

Killington Resort Announces Cooler in the Mountains Summer Music Line-up

Courtesy of Killington Resort

KILLINGTON, VT (June 12, 2018) – Vermont’s Killington Resort, the largest mountain resort in Eastern North America and a POWDR company, today announced the 2018 Cooler in the Mountains Concert Series starting with HIRIE and closing the summer with Donovan Frankenreiter.

The 8-week series brought to you by Long Trail Brewing Co. begins July 14th with top names from the national music scene throughout the summer. This family-friendly event returns to the K-1 Base Area this summer on Saturdays from 3:30-6:00 p.m. Families are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy the festive atmosphere and all the summer activities Killington Resort offers.

“Events like the Cooler in the Mountains Concert Series further solidifies Killington Resort as a year-round destination for the adventurous, families with children and all types of entertainment lovers,” says Justin Pill, events and sponsorship manager at Killington Resort. “Bring a blanket or a beach chair and visit the craft beer garden by Long Trail Brewing Co. while you take in the summer vibes with the entire family.”

2018 Summer Event Line-Up

July 14 – HIRIE

July 21 – TBD

July 28 – Hailey Jane and the Primates

August 4 – Rustic Overtones

August 11 – The Funky Dawgz Brass Band

August 18 – Super Doppler

August 25 – TBD

September 1 – Donovan Frankenreiter

For more information about the Cooler in the Mountains Concert Series sponsored by Long Trail Brewing Co., Catamount Radio and Casella Waste visit killington.com/events.

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