Okemo's All Come HoME music festival
New England’s Premiere Tribute Music Event
July 12-14, 2018
Okemo’s All Come Home Music Festival is the must-attend party of the summer, featuring 3 days of music paying tribute to some of the biggest musical acts of our time, food, drink, vendors and family fun in the hills of Vermont.
The festival features two stage/entertainment areas. The courtyard stage, located outside the Jackson Gore inn and adjacent to Okemo’s Adventure Zone, will feature a lineup of free music on Friday and Saturday afternoons. Enjoy music on the lawn, while visiting with craft vendors, savoring in a tasty BBQ lunch on the patio, or take in the many Okemo summer activities in the Adventure Zone and Evolution Bike Park.
Then, at 5:00pm, head down to the Main Stage for our ticketed headline shows (Thursday, Friday and Saturday) in the Paleo-field. Single-night tickets and festival passes for all three shows are available.
Make a weekend out of it with a complete festival package – combining Okemo lodging and amenities with festival passes.
Buy Tickets (Early bird pricing through April 30!)
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Thursday, July 12
SUPER DIAMOND - The Neil Diamond Tribute
is a Neil Diamond tribute band from San Francisco. Formed in 1993, the line-up consists of vocalist Randy Cordeiro (Surreal Neil), guitarist Chris Collins, bass guitarist Matt Tidmarsh, keyboardist James Terris and Rama Kolesnikow and drummer Vince Littleton. They perform the timeless classics including “Sweet Caroline,” America,” Cracklin’ Rosie,” “Cherry Cherry” and many more. Super Diamond’s success in America is unprecedented for a tribute band. With a nod from Neil (the man himself), Super Diamond has been embraced by the long time Neil Diamond fan-base and also found huge popularity in the hip rock clubs of America.
Studio Two is a headlining Beatles band that pays tribute to the early Beatles years, choosing songs from the pre-Sgt. Pepper era. Band members are experienced musicians of today’s generation dedicated to preserving the memory and fan culture of The Beatles generation.
Friday, July 13
SPACE ODDITY - The Ultimate David Bowie Experience
is a live, multi-media spectacle that takes you on a musical journey through the constantly metamorphosing career of Rock and Roll’s most celebrated innovator. David Brighton and his amazing band deliver a stunning note-for note theatrical concert event… transporting today's audiences back in time through some of the most exciting moments in the history of Rock music. Experience Bowie's miraculous transformation from space-aged rock idol, to polished mainstream media star... and the timeless classics that forever changed the face of pop culture, with David Brighton's salute to the most electrifying performer of our time.
"David Brighton has the voice, moves and look to actually step in for David Bowie if he was unavailable and few would ever know. Experiencing Space Oddity made for a truly remarkable evening…"
START MAKING SENSE - Talking Heads Tribute
If David Byrne is one of the geniuses of modern times, then Start Making Sense
is a tribute to genius. The musicians in this 7-piece Talking Heads Tribute take pride in faithfully recreating the music of Talking Heads entire career. Together they bring much of the Heads unique live show to the stage, with front man Jon Braun as a spot-on David Byrne, giving you a "once in a lifetime" experience. Prepare yourself for a rocking, funky, danceable celebration of the new-wave art punk you loved from the ‘80s.
Some of Vermont’s most talented and experienced musicians have joined forces and compiled a rocking repertoire that spans Top 40 hits from the late 80’s to today. The Tricksters are a five-piece powerhouse in the live music entertainment scene throughout New England. They are not your average cover band… their tight musicianship, pure talent and passion for making people happy sets them apart. Belting out their favorites from Tom Petty to Third Eye Blind, and Cyndi Lauper to No Doubt, The Tricksters aim to sing something for everyone and rock the dance floor—whether at a Vermont wedding or a club venue in New Hampshire.
Get Up Jack
Get Up Jack is a joyous, retro-romp by six of the most energetic and charismatic performers in Irish music today. Their soaring vocals and enthusiastic performances have drawn comparisons to the old- school groups of their youth (like The Dubliners, The Clancy Brothers and The Wolfe Tones), yet it is their own unique instrumentation, style and delivery that makes them a one-of-a-kind experience.
Saturday, July 14
ALMOST QUEEN - The Ultimate Queen Experience
The most authentic Queen live show since the days of Queen themselves. A deliberate four piece band, Almost Queen delivers a live performance showcasing signature four part harmonies and intricate musical interludes. Donning genuine costumes, Almost Queen recaptures the live energy and precision that is the ultimate Queen experience.
Josh Panda Misty Mountain Hop is a must see tribute to a legendary band. Josh Panda and his all star cast of Vermont musicians want you to feel like you’re at a live Led Zeppelin show. They have learned the songs based on hours of studying Led Zeppelin concert footage and audio. A must see for Led Zeppelin fans.
Fox on the Run
Fox on the Run is a team of four professional musicians dedicated to a true Country sound from the classics like Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, to new artists like Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson and many more. Lead by internationally recognized vocal talent Adam Fox and backed by an incredible seasoned professional musicians the band’s sound is the perfect mix of grit, twang, heart, and soul.
Summers with Sammy
Sammy Blanchette of CK3 and longtime singer frontman Michael Summers have been sharing the stage together for nearly ten years throughout the northeast. Playing a unique and diverse mix of reggae music ranging from artists like Bob Marley to original songs from their band “Fattie Roots”, Blanchette and Summers are not afraid to adventure and jam out on other classic covers when it’s just the two of them. With his incredible stage presence, warming vocal work, and sweet harmonica playing, Summers complements Blanchette’s well rounded guitar work to make for a fun and energetic performance.
Festival Pass – access to all 3 headliner shows
$75 in advance; $85 during the festival
Children 10&Under FREE
Single Headline Show – Thursday, Friday or Saturday (show-specific ticket)
$30 in advance; $34 during the festival
Children 10&Under FREE
Early Bird Pricing - through April 30, 2018
$65 Festival Pass
$25 Single Headline Show
This signature festival lodging package includes a minimum of two nights lodging (arrive Thursday or Friday), plus a minimum of two festival passes valid for all evening headliner shows on the main festival stage. (Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings).
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Please see our All Come Home Music Festival FAQs page.
The Festival is a rain or shine event. There will be no refunds on individual performance tickets unless the show is completely cancelled. The festival pass purchaser understands that he/she is purchasing a pass to the entire All Come Home Music Festival and not a particular artist’s performance. The festival is outdoors and weather conditions will affect the performances of all entertainers and there is a possibility that a particular performer may not be able to perform due to weather conditions. The purchaser of a festival pass will not receive a refund for the purchase of the pass for any talent cancellations for any reason. Talent lineup and schedule are subject to change at any time. In the event of severe weather, the show may be delayed or interrupted to allow for weather to pass.
MAIN STAGE AREA
Seating is general admission (bring your own blanket or chair) and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. The Festival is accessible to all, but please be aware that the main stage grounds is a grass field. We cannot guarantee the ease of transportation given the unpredictability of weather in Vermont, un-even ground, etc.
Once admitted into the Main-Stage area, re-entry is not allowed. Please plan accordingly.
Sand chairs (back legs 4 inches or less, back rests not higher than shoulder length) are allowed in the blanket seating area; higher lawn chairs are allowed behind blanket seating. Pop-up tents and shade structures are prohibited.
Ample parking will be available adjacent to the main stage area in the Jackson Gore base area parking lots.