FREE OUTDOOR CONCERT - SISTER HAZEL - AUGUST 27 - K1 LODGE
Posted on August 22, 2011
Killington, VT -- Sister Hazel will perform a free concert at the Killington Resort on Saturday, August 27 from 3:30pm to 6pm. The free show is part of the Town of Killington’s “Cooler In The Mountains” music series presented by Long Trail Brewing Co., and is the final concert of the series.
Florida-based Sister Hazel is an alternative rock band whose style blends elements of folk rock, pop, classic rock and southern rock. Their music is characterized by highly melodic tunes and generally optimistic lyrics. Sister Hazel formed in Gainesville, Florida in 1993 and was named for Sister Hazel Williams, a local nun who ran a homeless shelter. The group has released 8 studio albums since their self-title debut album in 1994. The band has had music featured in several movies and soundtracks including Major League: Back to the Minors, The Wedding Planner, Clay Pigeons, Bedazzled, American Wedding, and 10 Things I Hate About You.
“Cooler In The Mountains” performances support the greening efforts of Reverb, a non-profit organization which educates and engages musicians and their fans to take action toward a more sustainable future.
All of the “Cooler In The Mountains” concerts are free and open to all ages, and guests are encouraged to bring lawn blankets and chairs to enjoy the scenic views. Concert-goers may register to win a 2011-12 Killington Season Pass (no purchase necessary), which will be given away at the conclusion of the concert series.
The “Cooler In The Mountains” concert series is produced by the Town of Killington in conjunction with the Killington Chamber of Commerce, Killington Resort, and IZSTYLE, and sponsored by Long Trail Brewing Company and Casella Waste Systems Inc. For more information visit www.discoverkillington.com <http://www.discoverkillington.com/> .
Located in the heart of Vermont’s Green Mountains, Killington is home to the Killington Ski and Golf Resort, Green Mountain National Golf Course, exceptional restaurants and four seasons of endless outdoor adventures.