“This is a very special year for Grand Point North,” says Potter. “Growing up, I went to countless Phish concerts and the band was synonymous with the vibrant Vermont music scene. It’s truly humbling to come full circle and have Trey headline Sunday at the Waterfront. I have a feeling this year is going to be one for the books.”
“After the tremendous success of last year it was hard to imagine how we might top it this year,” says festival promoter Alex Crothers. “The addition of Trey to the lineup resolved that challenge. We’re thrilled to have TAB headline on Sunday and play a two-hour set to close out the festival. Vermont’s enduring spirit of collaboration and community will be on display with two of the state’s biggest musical artists on one stage at Grand Point North this September.”
Two-day weekend passes are currently on sale for $89, while the $59 single day price goes on sale Friday, May 5. Check out our full coverage of last year’s Grand Point North, which starred Potter alongside Kaleo, Blind Pilot, River Whyless, And The Kids, and more.
Featured Grace Potter photo up top by Cara DiFabio for Vanyaland.