Two Days of Live Alternative Rock at Stratton Mountain
Ski-QX Winter Festival
Dec. 8, 2017 — Dec. 9, 2017
Stratton Mountain Resort and WEQX are partnering to bring the resort our first ever alternative rock music festival in an effort to properly kick off the season!
Be sure to grab your tickets or book a weekend stay.
Friday Dec 8 | Grizzly's | 8pm-1am
Saturday Dec 9 | Outdoor Stage | 3PM-12Am
4-4:45pm The Rebel Light
5-5:45pm Northern Faces
6-7:15pm Wild Adriatic
7:45-9pm JD McPherson
9:30-11:30pm Juiceboxxx (FREE Official After-Party at Grizzly's)
UPDATE- 11:30am (December 9, 2017): We've just learned that Brian Fallon has been hit with a high fever. He sends his sincere apology for having to cancel today's Ski-QX performance. Wild Adriatic and JD McPherson will extend their sets. Fallon is sorry to disappoint fans, and looks forward to returning to Stratton Mountain in the near future.
Concert Only Tickets – Book in Advance and Save
Friday Night - $20 Day of show available at the door
Saturday Night - $30 day of show available at the door
Friday & Saturday - $40 Day of show available at the door
Kids 10 and under are free with an accompanying adult and do not require a ticket.
Plus tax. Day of concert tickets are $20 for Friday, $30 for Saturday and $40 for both.
Weekend Package – Best Value
Includes 2 nights of lodging in select properties and a concert ticket for Friday and Saturday night starting at $120 per person plus tax. Two-Day lift tickets may also be added on for $79 per person. Or you can maximize your season with a Strattitude Pass valid for ages 18-32.
Saturday Only Package
Includes a lift ticket and concert ticket for Saturday – Just $74 plus tax in advance.
Select your Saturday Music Ticket and you will see the option to add on the discounted lift ticket
Day of concert package will be $89 plus tax.
Dec. 8, 2017 8:00 p.m. — Dec. 9, 2017 11:59 p.m.
Stratton Mountain Resort
This rock 'n roll re-inventor "exudes a new kind of risky energy." From Oklahoma, now living in Nashville, JD McPherson just released his third LP, Undivided Heart & Soul, "with enough fuzz and fury to make those country ghosts shake."More About the Artist
One of the best songwriters of his generation, Brian Fallon is a real storyteller with roots in punk and indie-rock. His first solo album, Painkillers, pairs upbeat and melodic music with his distinctive voice that teems with grit and gravel.More About the Artist
Soaring vocals and gripping lyrics are hallmarks of this British musician whose career-propelling "Start a Riot" has over 80million Spotify streams. "Shine a Light" has been getting plenty of WEQX airplay and the songwriter’s single "Firefly" was just released.More About the Artist
While "Power Soul" and "Rock & Soul" describe their music, it's impossible to pigeonhole Wild Adriatic into a single genre. Fresh from clubs and festivals across the country, this tight trio, formerly from the Capital District, always heightens an event.More About the Artist
He'll say "I'm just trying to make the most honest form of modern American music." And for Juiceboxxx, that means a funky, rebellious, rap-rock, hip-hop, post-punk vibe summed up in a review from his SXSW debut as "sheer, unfiltered energy."More About the Artist
Reviving the rawness of garage rock with a sound all their own, Made Violent transcends any single niche. Hearing them for the first time "is like discovering a cherry cordial; it's a mess and you can't help but want more."More About the Artist
This Albany, New York based indie rock group is influenced by British and American trad rock. “We take a lot of pride in trying to put on a show that leaves a lasting impression on the audience,” the band says.More About the Artist
Led by former Oh Honey member Mitchy Collins, accompanied by guitarist Jordan Greenwald and drummer Kosta Theodosis, Lovelytheband aims to focus on themes of relationships and late nights with friends through music. They draw influence from MGMT, Pixies and Grouplove.More About the Artist
The Rebel Light
This lively new band's sound oozes a confidence that feels both effortlessly fresh yet wonderfully familiar. They draw heavily on their influence of the sun-drenched sound of 60's California pop with huge sunny choruses, warm nostalgic synths and shimmering guitar lines.More About the Artist
Friday Ticket Locations
Will Call tickets may be picked up at the Welcome Center until 10pm.
Online tickets and day of tickets may be be picked up at the Welcome Center until 10pm or at MUGS (Main Base Lodge) from 8pm-12am.
Saturday Ticket Locations
Will Call tickets may be picked up at the Welcome Center until 8:30pm.
Online tickets and day of tickets may be be picked up at the Welcome Center or Guest Services (Main Base Lodge) until 8:30pm.
Is located upstairs in the Main Base Lodge accessible by stairs and an elevator.
Located in the paved parking area near the Welcome Center. The venue is general admission and have food and beverage options plus a warming tent with heated patio and photo booth provided by John Ray & Sons. Lawn chairs are permitted. For your safety, all bags, blankets, lawn chairs are subject to search.
The following items are not permitted in the venue:
Outside food and beverage
Firearms, laser pointers, fireworks
Cameras, laptops, iPads, video and audio recorders
ID Check Points
Will be located near the entrances of Grizzly's and the Outdoor Stage. An ID bracelet will be required for any alcohol purchases.
As you make your way to the top of the access road follow the signs for available parking.
All tickets are non-refundable, and not available for re-sale.