We’re so excited to welcome you to Dog Mountain for the Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series! Here are some tips to ensure you, your family, and friends have the best experience possible:
- COME EARLY! You don’t want to miss a second of the concert, so make sure you leave home early and give yourself enough time for parking and setting up your chair or blanket (you want to be sitting on the lawn by 5 pm).
- USE THE ACCESSIBLE SHUTTLE! RCT is providing a free, wheelchair accessible, shuttle on a continuous loop (beginning at 4pm) that goes from the parking lot at Fairbanks Scales to the top of the mountain. Using this service not only helps out our parking team but it gets you a more direct route to the mountain (aka, less walking…score!). Dogs are allowed on the shuttle and parking areas, but must be leashed. If you’re looking to increase your cardio, limited parking is available on the mountain and includes just a short walk up from the parking area to the main lawn.
- BRING YOUR CASH! Not all of our food vendors accept credit cards, so make sure you bring some cash for food, beer, merch, and our donation bucket!
- NO OFF-SITE ALCOHOL! Off-site alcohol can cause us to lose our liquor license, and no one wants that! Support local, and buy your alcohol from the Kingdom Taproom in the beer garden.
- DON’T FORGET YOUR SUNSCREEN AND WATER! It’s beautiful on the mountain side but it’s often hot and sunny. You don’t want to be a dehydrated lobster on Monday morning, so drink lots of water and load on the sunscreen for the whole family.
- RAIN OR SHINE! That’s right, we said it. These concerts are rain or shine!
- POST YOUR PHOTOS! We *love* to see your photos posted on social media! Don’t forget to use the hashtag #musicmoves
See you up on the mountain!
Thank you to the @levittfoundation for supporting our concert series and partnering with communities nationwide to bring together series and partnering with communities nationwide to bring together people of all ages and backgrounds through the power of free, live music. Learn more about their work at http://levitt.org