Weather is looking amazing for the weekend. gates open at 1pm
1:00pm GATES OPEN
1:15pm-2:00pm Gary Wade ’s Acoustic Biscuit
2:00pm-2:30pm Abby Sherman & friends
2:40pm-3:30pm The Welterweights
3:40pm-4:30pm Eames Brothers Band
4:40pm-5:30pm Jenni and Jesse Dunn (from the Dead Winter Carpenters)
5:45pm-6:45pm Beg, Steal, Or Borrow
Salvation Farms raffle giveaway round 1
7:00pm-8:00pm Seth Yacovone Blues Trio
*Salvation Farms final raffle giveaway
8:30pm-10:30pm The Peacheaters An Allman Brothers Band Experience
Directly following the Peacheaters set their will be an after party at Moog’s Place
FEAT: Dead Sessions Lite 11pm
~This years show is dedicated to the life and music of Greg Allman and Butch Trucks who both passed in 2017
Tickets available at the gate will be $25
Advanced tickets are available online at sevendays tickets for $15 early bird(until June 1, $20 advanced June 1-August 24.
(An Allman Brothers Band Experience)
The Peacheaters dig deep into the 40 + year catalog of Allman Brothers Band music and deliver an EXPERIENCE like no other. No 2 gigs are ever alike. The Peacheaters make these songs feel as fresh as the first time you heard them.
Seth Yacovone Blues Trio
Seth is pure fire and inspiration on stage and off, and a 4th year Oxbow veteran. Seth is the hardest working musician in VT, hands down, and we're proud to have him light our stage up once again. Year one we saw Seth playing with Dead Sessions, Years 2 and 3 with his group the SYB, and this year we offer something a little unexpected, and no surprise his blues trio is hot.
Beg, Steal or Borrow
Jenni and Jesse Dunn (from Dead Winter Carpenters)
Eames Brothers BAnd
Gary Wade (MC/Solo Acoustic)
- Gates Open at Noon
- Music Begins at Noon and Goes until 11pm
- All Ages
- General Admission only
- Re-entry is permitted.
- Rain or Shine
- No outside alcohol
- No pets please
Parking: Next to the skate park at the Oxbow Park . There are additional spaces available at Morrisville Lumber, next to 10 Railroad St. and behind the post office in town.
Downtown Morrisville, Vt., at the end of Portland St., past the movie theatre, just past Morrisville Lumber.
10 minutes north of Stowe, 30 min. north of the Waterbury exit off of I-89. 45 min east of Burlington and about 45 min south of Jay Peak.
The Oxbow Riverfront Park is a great place to host this community driven, musical get together. The luscious green fields of the park are located a short walk, or bike ride to the downtown Morristown shopping district, which offers, restaurants, shops, breweries and coffee houses. The 180 mile long, Lamoille Valley Rail trail runs right by the park, and the Lamoille river wraps the park on three sides, opening the opportunity to arrive at show via boat, bike or by foot very easily.
For the kiddos
Face-painting, Henna, Tye-Dye Workshop, Soccer nets, Hula Hoop's
For the Adults
A full bar from Moog's Place will feature Switchback beer and Angry Orchard cider on tap along with craft cocktails, featuring Green Mountain Distillers spirits, poured by experienced bartenders.
There is security for your safety, facilities for your comfort and onsite FREE COLD FRESH WATER, so you stay healthy and hydrated throughout the day.
We are proud to have Salvation Farms as our non-profit partner again this year.
Salvation Farms' mission is to build increased resilience in Vermont's food system through agricultural surplus management
Stay tuned for raffle information
•10 Railroad Street
just up the street from the park is their main location, they will have their "@Donkey Truck" on site serving great American inspired cuisine.
•Pizza on Main
Heralded as the "best pizza in Vermont" ,we are proud and lucky to have them as business in Morrisville, and stoked to have them slinging their legit hot pizza at our show.
Their home base is just up the street at the Riverbend Market, where they have accrued a healthy following of regular customers, hooked on their delicious cuisine.
•Taco Truck All Stars
Serving up West Coast Street Taco's! 100% Gluten FREE menu!
Taco Truck presents the MAC SHACK
•Kingdom Creamery of Vermont
Premium Vermont made ice cream and yogurt, fresh from our Northeast Kingdom Family Farm.
CALAMITY & CROWE TRADING POST (Tie-DYE CLOTHING)
ELMORE MOUNTAIN THERAPEUTICS (CBD Products)
Katie Cutillo massage
Stained Glass Brian Cohen
PEACE LOVE HOOPS
Jen's Jewels and Wire
JESSICA VASHAW OFFERING HENNA
FACE PAINTING BY DONNA
ALTHEA'S ATTIC (Clothing)
Places to Stay while visiting Morrisville:
The Sunset Motor Inn (802) 888-4956 , www.sunsetmotorinn.com
Located 1 1/2 miles from the park, the Sunset offers reasonable rates and comfortable, clean accomodations for the out of town traveler.
If you'd prefer to camp, please check out Elmore State Park, or one of the many campgrounds and RV parks in the area.
Things to bring to the show:
- Refillable, reusable water containers.
- Coolers are fine
- You are welcome to bring food but there will be a variety of food vendors on site.
- Sun block and or an umbrella
- Chairs, blankets, sun shades, pop up tents (we will help to place pop up tents as to respect others line of site towards the stage. So, no you can't pop up a 10X10 right in the center of the field in front of the stage, but rather pulled back a bit, still with a good view but behind the blanket and chair section.)
- Your photo ID for will call and the bar, if you'll be drinking
- Credit Card or cash, ATM will be available on site
Things to leave at home
Security will NOT permit the following:
- Your pets
- Glass bottles
- Outside alcohol, coolers are fine but we will be checking for outside alcohol as this is illegal with our permits.
- Weapons, we are a peaceful, family oriented event and will NOT permit any weapons.
- Fireworks, do I really need to say that?
- BAD VIBES: ANYONE WHO IS EXHIBITING ANY BEHAVIOR THAT IS ILLEGAL, RUDE, CONFRONTATIONAL OR GENERALLY DISTURBING TO ANYONE ELSE AT THE FESTIVAL WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE, OR FORCED OFF OF THE FESTIVAL GROUNDS BY SECURITY, AND THE AUTHORITIES WILL BE CALLED.