First 1,000 tickets purchased online receive a commemorative beer glass with your complimentary beverage.

Online purchases end midnight Friday, June 23

SATURDAY, JUNE 24

At Farrs Field in Waterbury, Vermont

Green Mountain Grooves & Brews Festival is part of Waterbury’s overall weekend activities to celebrate Independence Day. Thousands of visitors and locals alike are expected to attend this year’s festival. All proceeds support Waterbury Rotary Club. Learn more about Rotary.

MUSIC FESTIVAL ACTS

Summer Music Festival
CHAD HOLLISTER BAND
Roots Rock
Green Mountain Grooves Band
DEAD WINTER CARPENTERS
Bluegrass/Country/Rock
Green Mountain Grooves & Brews
SATIN & STEEL
Soul - R&B - Horns

VIEW THE SCHEDULE

12:00 PM 

Gates Open

Purchase tickets here, or at the gate.

12:30 PM 

Opening Act: Satin & Steel

Rutland's Hottest Horn Band. Ready to rock with some of the best grooves you have ever heard.

Learn more here.

03:00 PM 

Middle Act: Dead Winter Carpenters

Cali-based and at the forefront of a youthful generation trying to redefine string music.

Learn more here.

06:30 PM 

Final Act: Chad Hollister

Hailing from Vermont, this is an experience to remember. This 9 piece band is ready to rock!

Learn more here.

09:30 PM 

Fireworks

Brought to us by the town of Waterbury.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Entry, a drink voucher, music performances, free parking (with arrival before 6 pm), fireworks show, and support for the many efforts of the Waterbury Rotary Club -- thank you!!

Bring your appetite, love of beer and music, cash, lawn chairs, blankets, sunblock, and bug spray if you’re staying for the evening firework show.

No pets, coolers, outside food or beverages, laser pointers, fireworks, weapons of any kind, drugs, or drug paraphernalia. Non-adherence to these rules is grounds for dismissal.

This is a tobacco-free event. Smoking and chewing allowed in the parking area outside the Festival grounds.

All food can be purchased from the food vendors directly. Our exclusive craft brew vendor for 2017 is Trapp's Brewing Company out of Stowe, VT.

See the full band schedule HERE. Like our Facebook page to get the latest updates.

Yes, if you're interested in volunteering please email Rotarian Sue Johansen.

This is an All-Ages event but you must be 21+ and have a positive government issued ID to purchase and consume alcoholic beverages on-site.

On-site parking is available and free before 6 pm. If you drive in after 6 pm, parking is $5 per car. We encourage carpooling or even biking to the Festival site.

No, please leave your pets at home. (Licensed service dogs are welcome.)

This is a cash-only event. There is an ATM at the gate entrance. Note the ATM will have a $3 service charge per transaction, plus whatever your bank may charge.

Portions of food range from $3 to $12.

Tickets are non-refundable. This event is rain or shine.

Yes! All proceeds from the event support the Rotary Club of Waterbury, a 501(c)3 civic organization that supports and sponsors a host of FREE community efforts for families including: Concerts in the Park, Not Quite Independence Day parade, Easter egg hunt, Santa in the Park, the Waterbury Senior Center, Waterbury Library, Waterbury Food Shelf, Harwood Union High School Scholarships, Youth Exchange, and many more. By attending Green Mountain Grooves & Brews, you'll also help support all these causes, so thank you!!

GET YOUR TICKETS

Tickets include entry, a drink voucher, music performances, free parking (with arrival before 6 pm), fireworks show, and support for the many efforts of the Waterbury Rotary Club -- thank you!!

First 1000 adult tickets sold receive a commemorative festival mug! Online sales end midnight Friday, June 23.

Children 12 and under are free. Remember to bring a lawn chair or blanket to the festival.

$20 USD

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