Lincoln Peak Vineyard
No outside alcohol permitted
Presented by Town Hall Theater, this monthly outdoor world music showcase from May through August features multi-cultural influences and global sounds. Plus, award-winning local wine and food vendors, often showcasing international flavors.
Bring the family, and a blanket along with your appetite for good food, wine and fabulous music and sounds from around the globe to Lincoln Peak Vineyard in this four part outdoor summer series! Children 12 and under are free ONLY WITH THE PURCHASE OF AN ADULT TICKET. You must have a ticket to enter this event.
June 17- THT and Lincoln Peak present Pascuala Ilabaca.
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO CAME OUT AND MADE THE FIRST PERFORMANCE A MEMORABLE ONE!
This performance is made possible by New England Foundation for the Arts/CreativeGround http://www.creativeground.org.
July 8- THT and Lincoln Peak present Mukana.
Mukana (meaning “opportunity” in the Shona language of Zimbabwe) is an eclectic gathering of world-class musicians. This international band blends world and jazz traditions in sophisticated arrangements, with beautiful complexity and global rhythms. The artists hail from Zimbabwe, Chile, Haiti, Brazil – and include a Middlebury College grad. Mukana creates music that compels you to your feet in a joyful celebration of our global community.
August 19– THT and Lincoln Peak present Mal Maiz.
Costa Rican multi-instrumentalist Maiz “Brujo” Vargas Sandoval and his Afro-Latino Orchestra, a hot Festive Band, blend traditional cumbia, montuno, son corrido, puya, and afro-carribean sounds all while he shares his heritage and culture. Based out of Burlington, Vermont, bring your dance moves on this night of the series that is sure to end in an explosive dance party!
Sept 9– THT and Lincoln Peak present KeruBo.
KeruBo is a singer/songwriter and Afro-Jazz artist, originally from Kenya who now lives in the Burlington area. Accompanied by a nine-piece band at Lincoln Peak Vineyard, she sings African folk music, Afro Pop and Afro jazz— from African laments to more modern arrangements.
She has more than 20+ years’ experience performing all over the world in music festivals. Her style ofmusic is a blend of African Traditional Music, with inflections of Brazilian Samba/Bossanova, Jazz, and Blues.
KeruBo’s music is about healing, preserving African culture and heritage, while highlighting social issues affecting vulnerable minorities such as women and children.
Each night will feature a different food vendor, bringing international flavors to the party.
A Taste of Abyssinia
Lincoln Peak Vineyard will be offering their award winning wines for purchase while the show goes on. Please no outside alcohol permitted.
Lincoln Peak Vineyard
142 River Rd
New Haven, VT 05472
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