Arts, Dining & Entertainment, FIS World Cup

The Pickle Barrel throws World Cup finale party featuring Twiddle

Sunday, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m.—KILLINGTON— The Pickle Barrel Nightclub and Whistlepig Whiskey are excited to host the World Cup finale party featuring Sunday’s race day headliner, Twiddle, on Sunday, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m.

The show will close out the weekend of festivities – which features world class ski racing and special musical guests – and offer fans an exclusive experience with Twiddle in an intimate setting of the Pickle Barrel Nightclub.

Patrons will be able to keep the energy alive with an extended concert by the beloved band. Sponsors including Red Bull and Pacifico will also be supporting the event with drinks on site for purchase. A limited amount of tickets will be available to the general public and will go on sale starting Tuesday, November 12 at 10 a.m.

“From the first time Twiddle played in our venue 11 years ago, it’s been wonderful to watch this band grow and it is an honor to welcome them back to our stage,” Chris Karr, president of the Pickle Barrel Nightclub, said.

Twiddle hails from the dorms of Castleton University in western Vermont. Members Mahali Savoulidis, Ryan Dempsey, Brook Jordan, and Zdenek Gubb, all share a passion for jamming and an appreciation for instrumental music. The group’s hazy mood and bubbly energy derives from a blend of jazz, rock, bluegrass, and reggae. From swaggering guitar solos to reggae hooks that take fans to the far away tropics, Twiddle solidifies the genre fusion that is known throughout the world. Each performance emphasizes the jammy, sunny reggae vibes the band has always loved.

In addition to the final party of World Cup weekend, The White Light Foundation, which benefits various charitable organizations that are meaningful to the band, will be partnering with Twiddle. For every ticket purchased, an additional one dollar will be donated to the Foundation and the  community causes they support. White Light is focused on supporting organizations through various community initiatives.

Fans looking to enjoy the show can snag tickets only at for $38.10 including $1 for The Whitelight Foundation. Doors open at 7 p.m. and this is a 21+ only show.  For more information about the event, visit

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