July 14 - September 22, 2019
2017 and 2018 Levitt AMP Winner
The Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series will return for the third year to Dog Mountain, a breathtaking 150-acre, dog-friendly destination in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom Rural Enterprise Assistance Project Zone. Through vibrant and diverse arts programming, the 2019 series will continue to re-animate this former industrial area and bring together “St. Jay” residents of all walks of life to support the growth of a sustainable, year-round local creative economy.
Presented by Catamount Arts, a nonprofit full-service arts center dedicated to promoting the arts throughout northern Vermont and New Hampshire, encouraging appreciation, participation and cultivation of the arts as an integral part of community life, in partnership with Friends of Dog Mountain, Town of St. Johnsbury/St. Johnsbury Police Department, St. Johnsbury Chamber of Commerce, KCP Presents and Northern Vermont University - Lyndon.
For concert schedule updates due to weather, please visit the Catamount Arts Facebook page.
Sunday, July 21, 2019 at 4pm
Glasgow, Scotland’s ‘bareknuckle pipes and drums’ sensation, Albannach, returns to Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury with their charismatic reinventions of traditional tunes and larger-than-life odes to their Scottish-Gaelic heritage.
With opening act Didgerigroove at 4pm.
Sunday, August 18, 2019 at 4pm
In a show reflecting the rich cultural heritage of New Zealand’s indigenous people and celebrating feminine power, Maori group Mama Mihirangi & the Mareikura combine soulful beats, storytelling and traditional dance into a spellbinding world music experience.
With opening act Sara Grace & soOts at 4pm.
Sunday, August 25, 2019 at 4pm
Hailing from Oakland, Calif., this seven-piece powerhouse delivers an electrifying blend of heavyweight cumbia and high-energy, Afro-Latin music to create infectious dance grooves with punk rock energy.
With opening act Gerardo Cortiz Project at 4pm.
Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 4pm
Highlighted by frontman Kevin Harvey’s soulful, bluesy vocals, Durham County Poets is a folk roots band with seasoned musicians who have an easy rapport on stage and an eclectic, laid-back style.
With opening act Audrey Drake at 3pm.
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 4pm
Montreal-based global hip-hop supergroup Nomadic Massive raps and sings in English, French, Creole, Spanish and Arabic, spreading its musical message of positivity and unity through its engaging, high-energy performances.
With opening act KeruBo at 3pm.
Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 4pm
Peter Karp is a renowned blues rock fixture worldwide, known for his fiery brand of "soul-influenced Americana-blues-rock" and recent collaborations with The Rolling Stones’ guitarist Mick Taylor.
With opening act Subject to Change at 4pm.