On August 11, 2021

Sweet with a kick: Jocelyn & Chris to bring commanding vocals, guitar-centric rock to Killington this summer

Saturday, Aug. 14 at 4:15 p.m. — KILLINGTON — Apologies? None. Volume? Loud. Hair? Long. Think rock is dead? Meet Jocelyn & Chris. These two analog souls are hell-bent on inciting a new rock revival this summer – and they’re bringing their unique retro-inspired original rock sound to Killington Resort on Saturday, Aug. 14, at 4:15 p.m. to prove it.

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Jocelyn & Chris and their band will perform at the Killington Resort on Saturday, Aug. 14.

Jocelyn & Chris’s “Sugar and Spice” tour will take them nationwide this summer, unleashing their commanding vocals, dynamic retro guitar, and powerful songwriting in support of their new single and upcoming eighth studio album, “Favorite Ghosts.”

“We’re big winter people – we grew up in Upstate NY and spent every weekend growing up on the slopes,” the siblings said. “And when we wanted to get really crazy, we’d make the trek up to Killington. It’s so exciting to be headed there to perform! We’re excited to rock out — and maybe also scope out a few lines for next ski season.”

The past few years have been monumental for the Arndt siblings, who made their national TV debut on NBC’s “Today Show” in addition to featured coverage in Relix, The Daily Beast, NowThis, Paste, Parade, and countless others. The release of their 2019 album “The Fun in the Fight” debuted at No. 1 on the Jambands Top 30 and in the Top 20 on the iTunes all-genre chart, landing them tour support dates with X Ambassadors and Jimmy Eat World along with festival and event performances nationwide.

Going into 2020, Jocelyn & Chris had big plans – but as it turned out, 2020’s plans were bigger than anyone could have imagined. Instead of giving in, the two chose to step up, streaming online seven days a week and cultivating a connection with their fans that’s now deeper than ever. “Sugar and Spice” not only marks the lead single of their upcoming album “Favorite Ghosts,” but also a decisively confident return to musical life for the siblings.

Learn more about the show at killington.com/thing-to-do.

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