Featuring Michael Franti and Spearhead and Local Fav. Noah Kahan
It's been two years since I've seen Michael Franti and Spearhead (last time was at LOH June 22, 2017 at a fundraiser for The Rusty Berring Skatepark in Lebanon NH)
My girlfriends and I really enjoyed the show, so when the DO GOOD FEST announced that Franti would headline this years festival, it didn't take ANY arm twisting to get these sis-tahs on board for a road-trip.
The festival is sponsored by National Life Group as a fundraiser for Branches Of Hope, a cancer patient fund providing financial relief to individuals and their families dealing with cancer by helping with both routine and unexpected expenses related to housing, transportation, food, medical services and much more to allow the patient and their family to focus on treatment.
Michael Franti is bringing his entire touring show to the Do Good Fest lawn this year, part of his Stay Human tour.
Other bands include: Noah Kahan, a Vermont native who just released Busyhead, his debut album, to critical acclaim.
Admission to the festival is free, but they do ask you to pay for parking. All of those proceeds benefit Branches of Hope, the cancer patient fund at Central Vermont Medical Center.
Parking passes are still available online for $20. The price goes up to $25 on the day of the show.
You can also park at Montpelier High School for $20 on the day of the show and take our shuttle up the hill to the festival grounds.
However you get to our big sloping lawn at National Life Group, you’ll be treated to a multitude of food trucks, children’s activities, a nonprofit village and two beer gardens.
Gates open at 2:30. The face-painting and other kids fun begins at 3 and the music starts at 4.
Noah Kahan takes the stage around 6:15 and Michael Franti will follow at about 7:30.
A HUGE fireworks display caps off the show.