FallFest 2018 [Friday Night]

Lawrence, Seth Yacovone Band, Madaila

FallFest 2018 [Friday Night]

Smugglers' Notch Resort 4323 Vermont 108 South Jeffersonville VT 05464 Doors 5:00 pm Show 5:30 pm All Ages

$20 ADV
$23 DOS
$35 discounted two night pass

Click here for a discounted two night pass.
Click here for single night tickets for Saturday, 9.8.

Smugglers’ Notch Resort Presents FallFest 2018

Celebrate the culture of the great northeast at Smuggs’ 4th annual FallFest. Spend your days enjoying our Green Mountain playground on guided mountain biking and rock climbing adventures. Watch the best disc golf athletes in the world compete in the PDGA Pro Disc Golf World Championships. In the evening, join the party at Fall Fest in Smugglers’ Village for live music, local food trucks & pig roast, a curated lineup of VT craft brews and ciders and a special edition can release from our friends at Fiddlehead Brewing. Joining our musical line-up are The Felice Brothers, Too Many Zooz, Lawrence, Madaila, Sabouyuoma, Seth Yacovone Band— more acts and final schedules TBA!

This is an all ages event! Children 12 and under are FREE!

All events are rain or shine. All dates, acts, and ticket prices subject to change without notice.

Presented In Association With Signal Kitchen Events


As NPR writes, “siblings Clyde and Gracie Lawrence are not your typical pair.” Clyde Lawrence, 24, and Gracie Lawrence, 21, have been writing songs and listening to countless Stevie Wonder, Randy Newman, and Aretha Franklin records together in the living room of their family’s New York City apartment since they were little kids.

Seth Yacovone Band

Seth Yacovone is a singer-songwriter-guitarist and bluesman from Morrisville Vermont. Seth Yacovone Band's sound is largely influenced by traditional Blues, the Allmans, Santana, Grateful Dead, Frank Zappa but also darker and louder in the spirt of Crazy Horse, Black Sabbath and Band of Gypsy's.


Psych pop juggernaut Madaila is upbeat, synth-heavy, and catchy. Vocal skill and range are immediately apparent. But in the tradition of Prince and The Talking Heads, an ornateness and heaviness expose Madaila's complexity and depth.