Mt. Snow salutes roots of American rock n’ roll

Posted By: The Ski Channel on November 24, 2009 1:23 pm

Hey, check out this press release we just got from Vermont’s beautiful ski area, Mt. Snow:

“Winter Concert Series Salutes Roots of American Rock & Roll

The Bud Light Concert Series at Mount Snow has been set for the winter season with over twenty acts and two national performances. This season will feature an eclectic variety of bands and solo artists in a season of paying homage to the roots of American rock and roll.

Everything kicks off at the Snow Barn on Friday November 27th with Boston’s greatest party band, Tyrannosaurus Rocks. Thanksgiving weekend keeps rolling on Saturday with Emergency Broadcast System, a band that will take you on a tour of rock all the way from the 60′s to today.

There will be two national acts taking over center stage of the Snow Barn this winter, Tim Reynolds on January 9th and Rusted Root on
February 14th. Tim Reynolds is a solo artist who has collaborated with the likes of Dave Matthews. His wizardry on the guitar has earned him the reputation as one of the most talented performers on the circuit today.

President’s Day weekend gets a high energy dose of Rusted Root. Known for their fusion of bluegrass rock with Latin and Native American influences, this is one show that will keep you on our feet all night.

St. Patrick’s Day at Mount Snow will feature $17 lift tickets, green beer and a cover of the world’s most popular rock band. The Joshua Tree has been stunning audiences with their amazing reproduction of U2 songs from all phases of their career. The Joshua Tree will be performing at Cuzzins Bar & Grill at 1pm on March 17th, a special afternoon show.

For more information and a full listing of artists please visit