Grace Potter at the Higher Ground Drive-In Experience
***TICKETS ARE SOLD PER VEHICLE, NOT PER PERSON***
All ages, rain or shine. All proceeds go to Vermont Arts Council.
Following the release of 2015’s acclaimed Midnight, Grace Potter considered never putting out a record again. The breakup of her band and subsequent divorce preceded more joyful events – a new marriage and the birth of her first child. Potter continued writing, but had no intention of sharing those songs with the world. “Too many things had happened, and I needed to take a step back,” says the Vermont-born artist.
Unsigned and entirely free of any pressure to appease, Potter slowly carved out the songs that now make up Daylight: an emotionally revealing, musically daring record – and her most realized body of work to date – out October 25th, 2019.“This album is about being able to take complete ownership of your feelings, without any anger or hate or shame. And that can be absolutely terrifying— but once you get to the other side, it’s exhilarating. It’s the feeling of knowing that you’re finally home.”
Tickets are available for purchase online only at www.highergroundmusic.com
Code of Conduct
All guests are expected to adhere to CDC and Vermont guidelines in relation to social distancing while attending drive-in events.
General Guidelines to Follow:
- If you are sick, running a fever or have been exposed to COVID-19, please stay home until you are healthy.
- For the safety of yourself and others, please only attend this event with people in your immediate quarantine circle.
- Please maintain 6 feet of social distance between yourself and those outside of your immediate quarantine circle at all times.
- Please wear a mask when visiting restrooms/areas outside of the 6 foot radius in front of your parking spot.
- At the conclusion of the show, please drive slowly and follow all directions. Event staff will be onsite to facilitate exiting.