Grand Point North Concert Series presented by Cabot Creamery

Grace Potter

Michael Marcagi, Henry Jamison, Sarah King, The Bubs, Copilot

Waterfront Park Burlington
2 DAY PASS / VIP TICKETS


Grace Potter with Michael Marcagi, Henry Jamison, Sarah King, The Bubs, Copilot, July 27 at Waterfront Park in Burlington, VT

$52 advance | $56 day of show

$92 Two Day Pass

$199 VIP

Optional donation add-on to the Grand Point Foundation, which supports arts education and culture in Vermont.

All Ages

TWO DAY PASS ticket link

VIP package ticket link

VIP package includes:

– a 4 song private performance by Grace

– Early entry to the concert grounds each day

– Exclusive VIP viewing area

– Access to VIP hospitality tent

– Commemorative VIP laminate

– Festival poster signed by Grace

– A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Grand Point Foundation.

***The VIP Package does not include a ticket to the concerts, those must be purchased separately.***

Contest: Win a Vermont Trip to Hang with Grace Potter at Grand Point North Festival. Enter HERE.

PARKING IS LIMITED: Alternate modes of transportation (bikes, bus, walking, hiking) are encouraged.

No re-entry: Remember to bring everything you need for the night from your car.

The show is rain or shine: Personal umbrellas are fine, but please no golf umbrellas. In the event inclement weather, the show may be paused or delayed. Please listen clearly to instructions from the security team and/or venue staff. We’ll also update ticket holders via email, text message (if subscribed) and social media channels if that’s the case.

We suggest bringing: Low beach chair, sunscreen, hat, rain gear (if applicable), credit/debit card (no cash accepted at bar), ID, a factory sealed water bottle or empty reusable water bottle.

NO: Food, drinks, blankets, or pets allowed. Please no professional cameras (SLR’s with detachable lenses), video or audio recording.

Food vendors on site include: Ahli Baba’s, Rookie’s Kettle Korn, Sisters of Anarchy Ice Cream, Broccoli Bar, 3 Squares Café, A Single Pebble, Pizza Bottega, Cheezy Tomato, Shelburne Tap House, Shakedown Street BBQ.

Beverages on site are CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS ONLY: The can tents will feature selections from Foam, Narragansett, Stowe Cider, High Noon, White Claw, Bota Wine, and Rescue Club.

Get Cheesy with the Cabot Cruiser Cheese Truck: Stop by the Cabot Cruiser and sample a cheesy grilled cheese bite!

Back in summer 2021, acclaimed singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, band leader, and rock and roll performer Grace Potter took off on a solo cross-country road trip that would soon bring a life-saving reconnection with her most unbridled self. The Vermont-born artist spent the coming weeks crashing in roadside motels and taking time each night to transcribe the song ideas she’d dreamed up behind the wheel, often scrawling those notes onto the backs of postcards and motel notepads. After completing two more trips on her own—Potter flew to Nashville for a series of recording sessions that resulted in her most magnificently unfettered collection of songs to date. Equal parts fearlessly raw memoir and carnivalesque fable, Mother Road is a body of work that goes far beyond the typical album experience. “Mother Road is a reframing of my understanding of my history,” she says. “It’s an important and powerful perspective I’d never had until this record, and the heart of it is my journey to self-reliance and a sense of worthiness.” The follow-up to 2019’s Daylight—a release that earned GRAMMY nominations for Best Rock Album, and Best Rock Performance—Mother Road (due August 18, 2023, via Fantasy Records) fuses elements of soul, blues, country, and timeless rock-and-roll with masterful abandon. Produced by Eric Valentine (Queens of the Stone Age, Slash, and Weezer) and recorded at RCA’s famed Studio A, the LP is an essential insight into the endless nuances of life and love and belonging. And after thousands of miles on the road, countless nights at seedy motels, and a heartrending return home, Potter has made her way to the kind of creative freedom that leaves both artist and audience indelibly altered—a freedom that’s undeniably led to her masterpiece.

Children 12 and under are FREE (+ do not need a ticket)! No food or drinks allowed. Blankets and chairs are permitted. All events are rain or shine. All dates, acts, and ticket prices subject to change without notice.