Grand Point North announces set times, Grand Point Weird Art Installations, After Parties and more


Grand Point North, the music festival presented by Grace Potter and Higher Ground at Burlington’s Waterfront Park on September 16 and 17, released set times for the festival today.


Grand Point North offers music on two side-by-side stages with alternating performances, enabling festivals goers to catch every note.  The opening bands are hand-picked by Grace and are always an amazing addition to the headline talent.   Set times are as follows:


Saturday, September 16 – Gates open at 3:00PM

Grace Potter 8:45PM-10:45PM

Dawes 7:35PM-8:35PM

Mondo Cozmo 6:45PM-7:30PM

Hurray for the Riff Raff 5:55PM-6:40PM

Tank & The Bangas 5:10PM-5:50PM

Smalltalker 4:40PM-5:10PM

Lake Superior 4:10PM-4:40PM

Snakefoot 3:40PM-4:10PM

Troy Millette & Dylan Gombas 3:15PM-3:40PM


Sunday, September 17 – Gates open at 2:00PM

Trey Anastasio Band 8:00PM-10:00PM

Grace Potter 6:35PM-7:50PM

Joseph 5:45PM-6:30PM

Low Cut Connie 5:00PM-5:40PM

Son Little 4:15PM-4:55PM

Henry Jamison 3:45PM-4:15PM

Barika 3:15PM-3:45PM

The Welterweights   2:45PM-3:15PM

Eastern Mountain Time 2:15PM-2:45PM


In addition, Potter and Higher Ground announced the return of Grand Point Weird, a visual arts installation, Grand Point Local, featuring local restaurants and food products, and the REVERB Eco Village, supporting several Vermont non-profits.


Organizers also announced that the Skinny Pancake will host Official All Ages Festival After Parties featuring Session Americana on Saturday, September 16th at 11:00PM (tickets $10) andAnnie in the Water on Sunday, September 17th at 10:00PM (free).


Grand Point Weird, the art installation on the festival grounds founded by Grace’s sister Charlotte, will feature performances and pieces based on the theme of levitation and defying gravity, curated for the first time by Lee Anderson, owner of local Burlington music venue Radio Bean. The project will include contributions from students at the Vermont Governor’s Institute for the Arts. “I’m honored to be taking the reins from the amazing Charlotte Potter this year,” said Anderson, “leading this fantastical circus of the absurd known as Grand Point Weird.”


Grand Point Local will showcase some of Vermont’s best purveyors including A Maizing Kettle Corn, Scout & Co, Farmers & Foragers, Open Hearth, Pingala, Duino Duende, Shaker Maple, The Skinny Pancake, Southern Smoke, Bluebird BBQ, Miso Hungry, and Starbird. In addition, SILO Distillery will be serving hand crafted cocktails.


Grand Point North welcomes the return of the REVERB Eco Village. Founded in 2004 by environmentalist Lauren Sullivan and her husband Adam Gardner of Guster, REVERB creates sustainable practices across the music industry and will promote environmental awareness at the festival. REVERB will be joined on-site by CarShare VermontLake Champlain Land Trust andVermont Community Garden Network.


Tickets for Grand Point North and the ticketed after party are on sale now at, by phone at 877-987-6487, or in person at the Higher Ground box office, located at 1214 Williston Road in South Burlington.  Two-day festival passes are currently $89. Single-day tickets are $59 in advance. Children 12 and under are free.  Grand Point North is rain or shine. All dates, acts, and ticket prices subject to change without notice. |