STRATTON MOUNTAIN, Vermont – It’s time to head up to Stratton Mountain for The Royal Family Affair. Now, this is not that type of Royal affair but it’s just as amazing. The Royal Family Affair is the record label’s inaugural three day outdoor music festival where top bands, intimate musician gatherings and outdoor activities will transform the resort from August 12 to 14, 2011.
The Royal Family Affair brings some of North America’s rocking touring bands to the Green Mountains of southern Vermont. Performers include Soulive, Montreal electrofunk duo Chromeo, electronic powerhouse Big Gigantic, label-mates Lettuce and many more.
However, the fun won’t just be had swaying outside to the melodic sounds of the Royal Family artists. A full schedule of workshops, late night dance parties and activities are planned, including a guitar seminar with Eric Krasno, percussion clinic with Alan Evans and Adam Deitch, composition/songwriting workshop with Neal Evans and even a free beer tasting – for fans 21 and over.
It’s just a perfect way to celebrate the summer in Vermont. In between all the great music sets, treat yourself to a Gondola ride to the summit to experience Stratton from a whole new perspective.
Whether you come from near or far, are here to dance or simply sway, have booked one workshop or all, the Royal Family Affair offers a getaway filled with live music, activities and memories set in the picturesque and lush Green Mountains.
For tickets, please click on this link: Royal Family Affair tickets.
If you need to plan for Stratton Mountain lodging, you can do so with this link: Stratton lodging.