moe. finalize plans for Snoe.down festival in Vermont

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Veteran jam band favorites moe. have finalized plans for their annual “Snoe.down” festival. The all-ages winter music and sports festival will return to central Vermont this month. Scheduled for the weekend of March 21 through 24, the festival will take place at Killington Resort in Killington and neighboring Spartan Arena in neighboring Rutland.

moe. will headline both Friday and Saturday nights at Spartan Arena. New Orleans funk band Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk will open Friday’s show, while the reunion of the original members of Vermont rockers Strangefolk will perform on Saturday. On Saturday afternoon, moe. will rock the base of Killington Resort’s Bear Mountain with help from Eastbound Jesus.

Several afternoon performances by a variety of artists including Brooklyn-based jazz/funk/pop quartet  Tauk, Brasstronica quintet The Primate Fiasco, electro-rock band Jimkata, progressive string band Floodwood and Maine alt-country rockers The Mallett Brothers Band will take place throughout the weekend at select Killington Resort day lodges.

Special, separately ticketed, kick-off parties will take place in Killington Thursday evening, March 24 at the Wobbly Barn featuring Marco Benevento with special guest Mike Pederson and at the Pickle Barrel featuring the jam-heavy, Dead Sessions.

Festival attendees will be able to take advantage of a variety of winter activities available at Killington Resort, including a very special Snoe.down learn to ski/board program. Attendees may purchase reduced price lift tickets to Killington Resort with their Snoe.down ticket and be eligible to choose from a variety of discounted Killington lodging options.

Snoe.down festivals passes are now on sale for $88.17 and single day tickets for $55.26 through A variety of lift passes options can be added to festival passes and single day tickets. VIP tickets, which will give festival attendees special seating at the shows, an official poster, free admission to the Thursday night kickoff show and a VIP only Sunday brunch at the Wobbly Barn in Killington featuring a very special acoustic performance by moe, are also available for $151.72. A portion of all ticket purchases are being donated to Vermont Adaptive, the only year round sports and recreation organization in the state empowering individuals with disabilities.

moe. continues to promoter their latest release, What Happened to the LA LA’s. The band’s tenth studio album and follow-up to 2008’s Sticks and Stones was released in January of 2012. For the first time since 1998’s Tin Cans & Car Tires, the band enlisted the help of a outside producer with John Travis (Kid Rock, Social Distortion) working at the helm.

For more information on the Snoe.down Festival, go here.

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