Live Music || Art & Well-being || Shenanigans || Food & Drink
Stage in the Lower Field. Schedule is not finalized. Listed time are still subject to change.
4:30pm Al’s Pals – Al’s Pals plays funk, rock and blues by way of Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Grant Green, The Meters and more! A band for many occasions, Al’s Pals features Alex Budney on bass and vocals, alongside a rotating cast of talented musicians.
6:30pm Brett Hughes Band – A mainstay in the Burlington music community for years, Brett Hughes self-describes as “Singer. Songwriter. Guitar Player. Music Lover.” Known for his honky-tonk style, the number of bands he has worked with over the years is staggering, such as the Chrome Cowboys, Belle Pines, viperHouse, Mike Gordon and many, many more.
SATURDAY – Hawaiian Costume Theme!
5pm The High Breaks– Featuring Todd Gevry on drums, Kevin Lynam on bass and Matt Hagen on guitar, The High Breaks tell stories through vintage tone, surf compositions and are intent on providing universal escapism. Break out your grass skirts and get ready to dance to their quirky brand of surf rock!
6:30pm Soule Monde – Soule Monde is avant funk born of the syncopated minds of power drummer Russ Lawton and organ wizard Ray Paczkowski. Paczkowski has an intrepid ability to simultaneously tame the Hammond B3 and clavinet, filling Soule Monde’s sound with beautiful and dynamic melodies. Lawton is the consummate ‘pocket’ drummer, driving the groove further without ever losing a step, or Ray. This is the jazz-duo your parents warned you about.
Art & Well-being
In the Lower Vendor Village in the field near the Stage | Hours of operation vary by vendor. Yoga will be RSVP and sessions purchased seperately.
ARTISTS – more to be announced…!
Better Wheel Workshop – A proud, Tree-to-Table company, Better Wheel produces
Ministry of Culture – Hemp and natural fiber clothing, waxed canvas bike bags and headwear accessories with funky designs that fit right in with your bike-related attire!
Yoga – Classes will be held daily. Schedule and details TBA.
Massage – Sooth those tired muscles! Stop by the booth to check on availability & rates.
Lower Field near the Stage. All ages unless otherwise noted – yes there are prizes!
1pm Shenanigans Track Stand
4pm Shenanigans Limbo
1pm Shenanigans Random Tandem
4pm Shenanigans Tricycle Race
6pm Costume Parade This year’s theme is Hawaiian Luau – yeah buoy! Break out your grass skirts and finest floral button downs and get ready to ride it out on the dance floor! You could win some wicked swell prizes!
7pm-ish (Headliner Set Break) – Raffle
12pm Good Karma Trail Maintenance
Food & Drink
In the Lower Vendor Village in the field near the Stage | Hours of operation vary by vendor…
Sexy Llama Coffee – Small batch roaster focused on single-origin, high quality, ethical coffee. They’ll be serving up your daily lattes, bubble tea, smoothies and more!
Kingdom Kreperie – Sweet and savory crepes the break tradition. Perfect for any time of day!
Trail Break – From tacos and burritos to salads and spur-of-the-moment creations, Trail Break serves up unique, scratch-made chow that pair great with the end of a bike ride!
Brownsville Butcher & Pantry – Pop Up General Store – Our Trailside Sponsor will be selling ice and other provisions, as well as a special Saturday Night dinner – located in Lower Vendor Village.
Upper Pass Beer – Our Headline Sponsor will be on tap all weekend! They operate a small brewery in Tunbridge, VT with a tasting room in South Royalton. We will be serving up 12 oz pours on Friday & Saturday.
Cabot Creamery – Cheese and dairy made with love, pride, and purpose. Farmer-owned, certified B Corp. We will have your cheese fix at Flow State!
Waterloo Sparkling Water – Waterloo was founded in 2017 with an unwavering commitment to create better-tasting, better-for-you sparkling waters that support a healthy, active lifestyle.