Everything You Need to Know About The Sound of Music Festival in Burlington This Year
Get ready to jam out to some tunes again soon, because the Sound of Music Festival is returning to Burlington for another year of incredible music.
This year the annual festival will take place from June 9 to June 16 at Spencer Smith Park and will feature a slew of music genres including pop, blues, big band, and jazz just to name a few.
If you want more specific details, however, we have some good news.
The Sound of Music Festival recently took to their Twitter page to announce this year’s festival lineup in full.
Happy to announce this year's free festival lineup! See you June 9-16!! We couldn't do this without the support of our #volunteers and #community! Head to our facebook page for some amazing contest opportunities!! So much music, so much fun!#somf2019 #som2019 #somsbig40 #burlont pic.twitter.com/iPWuFUae2g— Sound of Music Festival (@BSOMF) April 24, 2019
In order to accommodate all these incredible acts, there will be several stages along Burlington’s downtown and waterfront.
Although the Sound of Music Festival is free, those who are planning on attending should take note that some events do require tickets. For more information, click here.
According to the official website, the Sound of Music Festival first started in 1980 (this year marks the 40thanniversary of the festival) and only consisted of a marching band parade. Now, the popular event is recognized as the largest music event in the region and attracts around 200,000 people.
In addition to the music at the festival, there will also be a family zone, a carnival, a parade, and a variety of vendors.
For more information pertaining to events and activities, click here.
What artist or band are you looking forward to seeing the most this year?
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