STRATTON— Music, winter sports, craft beer, fresh eats, and family is what makes up the three days of the WinterWonderGrass Festival being held at Stratton Mountain Resort Dec. 13-16. With deep roots in Colorado, California and now Vermont, the event has established itself as a leader in the winter lifestyle culture where the quality of experience outweighs the notion of quantity. WinterWonderGrass is an intimate gathering where inspiration and connection sit at its core. The community is focused on sustainability, local non-profit support, nurturing the next generation and truly backing the arts, where together, we’ve planted the seed for long-term sustainability.
The WinterWonderGrass Grass After Dark legacy has been built on fans experiencing their favorite bands and witnessing iconic, true-to-WonderGrass moments in the most intimate of settings. Heading into the final month before the inaugural Vermont festival, organizers are pleased to announce the Stratton iteration of the Grass After Dark, late night show series.
Beginning with a special kickoff on Thursday, Dec. 13, all Grass After Dark shows will take place in the village at Stratton Mountain Resort at Grizzly’s and at the Green Mountain Room at Black Bear Lodge. Those details are as follows:
Thursday, Dec. 13 – An Evening with the Infamous Stringdusters
Saturday, Dec. 15 – Keller Williams and Fruition
Sunday, Dec. 16 – Billy Strings and Lindsay Lou
At Black Bear Lodge:
Friday, Dec. 14 – Horseshoes & Hand Grenades and Saints & Liars
Saturday, Dec. 15 – The Kitchen Dwellers and Rumpke Mountain Boys
Festival tickets are not required to purchase Grass After Dark tickets. Tickets for all Grass After Dark shows are limited in capacity and expected to sell out quickly. All Grass After Dark shows are open to age 21-plus only. Tickets can be purchased at winterwondergrass.com/stratton-tickets.
For more information, visit stratton.com.
Photo by Scott McCormick
The Infamous Stringdusters