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Friday, June 28, 7:00 pm

Presented By: Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series

Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series

Friday, June 28, 7:00 pm

This concert is located on Railroad Street in St. Johnsbury and is family friendly. This event is happening in conjunction with St. J Final Fridays. Visit discoverstjohnsbury.com for a full schedule. Bring your lawn chair for sitting, and feet for dancing! Food vendors will be on-site, and there is a beer garden for alcohol purchases – no off-site alcohol permitted. Cash is recommended, as not all vendors accept credit cards. Parking is available in the lot behind Kingdom Taproom (between Railroad Street and Pearl Street), in the lot next to the Star Theater, and at the Welcome Center. Please submit any questions to info@catamountarts.org.

Location:
Railroad St.
St. Johnsbury, VT

Admission: FREE!

Alysha Brilla is a 3X JUNO Award nominated composer, music producer, and multi-instrumentalist weaving together global roots sounds into healing music. Alysha is the music composer for the score of Fawzia Mirza’s 2023 Feature Film “The Queen Of My Dreams”. The child of an Indo-Tanzanian musician, Brilla’s original music is a colourful tapestry. Themes of re-connection with ourselves, each other, and the earth are woven into uplifting rhythms and soulful melodies. In 2013, Brilla became one of the first self-produced female artists in history to receive a Juno Award nomination (Canada’s Grammy Awards) for her debut album. As a songwriter and musician, Brilla has collaborated with Bedouin Soundclash, Digging Roots, No Doubt, The Black Eyed Peas, and Justin Nozuka. Touring the world performing live music and collaborating with communities, Alysha’s musical mission unites cross-culturally by featuring a mosaic of genders and ancestral backgrounds on stage. Her distinct and powerful voice and musical tapestry have taken her across Australia, South America, Canada, Europe, and Asia. Whether sharing intimate storytelling sets of music or headlining festival stages of tens of thousands with her all-star band, by the end of the show, Brilla always has the audience singing along and leaving with a positive feeling in their heart.

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The Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series is supported in part by the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation, which partners with changemakers and nonprofits across the country to activate underused outdoor spaces through the power of free, live music-bringing people together, fostering belonging, and invigorating community life. Presenting high-caliber talent and a broad array of music genres and cultural programming, Levitt concerts are welcoming and inclusive destinations where people of all ages and backgrounds come together.

In 2024, the national Levitt network of music venues and concert sites will present 650+ free concerts in 45 towns and cities, with audiences over 750,000. In addition to supporting free concerts, the Levitt Foundation is dedicated to advancing equitable music ecosystems through research and partnerships
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