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The Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series thrived in the summer of 2023! The series offered 11 free, family-friendly concerts at two St. J locations with genres including soul and blues, celtic tribal, reggae soul, folk rock, pop violinists, electronica, indie rock, and incredible brass sounds.

The artists for the summer of 2024 are booked and we can’t wait to tell you all about them! Stay tuned for more information about our line-up reveal party in early May!

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Accessibility at Dog Mountain

There are two van accessible spots on the Dog Mountain grounds as well as some additional accessible parking. Accessible parking is available on the day of the event on a first come, first served basis. Please connect with the parking team at Dog Mountain on the day of the concert for directions on how to access the accessible parking spots. The terrain at Dog Mountain is uneven gravel and grass. For a shorter walk to the concert area, individuals can be dropped off at the top of the loop near the food trucks. For folks with accessibility issues, rides on a two-seater ATV are available from the parking lot, by request. There are three porta-potties available on the concert grounds, with one accessible porta-potty near the accessible parking spots.

For more information regarding parking and terrain, or for additional accessibility requests, please contact our box office: or 802-748-2600 x 100.

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 is presenting 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.