When: Sat., July 15, 3 p.m. 2017
Green Mountain State music fans can take their pick of festivals offering beats and eats this summer. So what sets Do Good Fest apart from other jamming jamborees? While admission is free, all proceeds from parking fees benefit the Branches of Hope cancer patient fund of the Central Vermont Medical Center. Spectacular views of Camel’s Hump are the backdrop to an outdoor stage, which hosts the New England Music Award-winning Adam Ezra Group and Burlington songsters Kat Wright and Dwight & Nicole. Regional food trucks, a beer and wine tent, a nonprofit village, and family activities keep the energy high leading up to a rollicking set by alternative-rock headliners Guster (pictured). A fireworks display tops off a day of good times and giving.
Price: Free; $20 for parking.