Brattleboro festival to showcase young talent
BRATTLEBORO — Youth bands and solo artists from around New England will take the stage at the Fourth Annual Brattleboro Youth Rock Festival.
BrattRock 2019 comes to 118 Elliot in downtown Brattleboro on Saturday, Sept. 28. With 22 registered acts, this year promises the largest, most diverse line-up since the event was founded in 2016. The goal of the festival is to provide a venue for talented young musicians from to connect, learn, perform, inspire and be inspired.
Gates open at 2:30 p.m. and performances take place on two stages, one indoor and one outdoor, between 3 and 10 p.m.
In addition to nonstop live music, the festival features food vendors, interactive performances by the New England Center for Circus Arts, crafts, games and plenty of family fun. All are invited to attend this all-ages community event.
Tickets are available at brattrock.org. Prices are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. A portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to Youth Services.
Performer bios and a stage schedule are available at brattrock.org and updates will be shared on Facebook and Instagram.
BrattRock 2019 is made possible by Youth Services, Guilford Sound, the Vermont Community Foundation, Chroma Technology, 118 Elliot and DemoGraphix.
Vermont: JONNYMIKEY, The Man Made Tragedies, Emily Matthew-Muller, Moxie, Squig Heart.
New Hampshire: Session B
Massachusetts: American Ink, Born IV Blues, Luna Cave, Caravan of Fools, Fiora Laina, Fluorescent Pineapple, lost things, Eva Markham, Mia Michelle, Moving Day, Jeremiah Patrick and Elijah Rain, Pears & Plums, Roll Over White, Tropical Hot Sauce, The Troubled Times, and ZoKi.
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