About this event:
On August 13th, 35th Parallel will open for Montreal and Kentucky-based neo-folk rock ensemble HuDost. HuDost’s original work ranges in style from “alternative world music” to their self-dubbed “country-and-eastern” fusion, and incorporates an eclectic blend of influences ranging from traditional Sufi music to Balkan folk to Southern gospel. HuDost blends exotic chants, bold guitar licks, and ancient sounds to build a sonic bridge across cultures and time.
Thanks to the Mortimer and Mimi Levitt Foundation and many generous community sponsors, every concert in the 2017 Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series at Dog Mountain is free. Key underwriters for the series include PeerLogix, uBid, Lake Morey Resort, and Passumpsic Savings Bank. Community and media partners are Kingdom Trails Association, Burke Mountain Ski Area, Kingdom Taproom, St. Johnsbury Animal Hospital, VPR, Vermont Broadcast Associates, The Point FM, and Puffer Broadcasting.
The free concerts are open to all ages, and dogs are welcome. Concerts run from 4 to 7pm every Sunday evening from July 9th through September 17th. There will be a variety of food vendors and a beer tent on-site. For more information, visit www.catamountarts.org or concerts.Levitt AMP.org/stjohnsbury