Hey Folks, We’ve got an incredible music line up of music and events for the month of June…
Madaila Benefit for Vital Communities
The Skinny Pancake Hanover is super excited to bring one of Burlington’s biggest bands, Madaila, to the Upper Valley! Proceeds will go to Vital Communities, a local non-profit dedicated to making our region a better place to live, work, and play. Get your tickets now! $10 adv/ $12 door.
Bow Thayer Residency!
Every Wed in June 8:30-11pm
Bow Thayer’s music is always evolving—from luscious backwoods folk rock to the progressive explorations of his last album, Eden. Bow had the joy of introducing the Bojotar to fans and friends alike, including some of his musical peers and heroes such as Bela Fleck, Richard Thompson, The Steep Canyon Ramblers and Warren Haynes.
Every Sunday at Noon
Everyone knows – Sundays are for Brunch. But, adding live Bluegrass music from the best of local pickers!? Yes, that’s exactly what we’ve done. Come see for yourself!
Friday June 24th – $5
Harsh Armadillo is a 9-piece steamroller out of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. They combine funk and hip-hop roots to produce an original live sound that gets the party thumpin’—It’s all about bringing you deep into that pocket groove, and then spitting you back out with a melted face and burnt insoles. Come experience the love.
Can’t wait for the first Summervale on July 7? Join us on Tuesday, June 28 from 6 – 8 PM at Skinny Pancake for “Green Drinks” to get ready for a stellar Summervale 2016 season!
Summervale is the Intervale Center’s community celebration of local food, farms, family and friends. Summervale takes place every from July 7 – August 25 from 5:30-8 p.m. with live music, local food, Slow Food Vermont tastings, City Market activities, and more! Free admission (donations gratefully accepted), with food and drinks for sale from 13 local vendors including Skinny Pancake and Citizen Cider.
All Summervale proceeds benefit the Intervale Center’s work strengthening community food systems in Vermont. A non-profit since 1988, the Intervale Center believes that good food can change the world. They manage 350 acres of land for sustainable agriculture, conservation and recreation in the heart of Burlington; work statewide to help farmers strengthen their businesses; protect Vermont’s water quality by planting 20,000 native trees across the state each year; and ensure that anyone who wants delicious, fresh local food can access it.
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