BRATTROCK festival returns


BRATTLEBORO - Youth festival BRATTROCK is returning with its first in-person performances on Saturday, June 18, at Stone Church from 6:30 to 11 pm. All ages are welcome.
Moxie, a four-piece indie rock band formed in January 2017 in Brattleboro is headlining as part of their summer 2022 tour and will perform hits from both albums, “The Fall LP” and “Flow of Color.”
According to the band, Moxie draws from a wide range of inspiration. This crafts a sound that simultaneously evokes the comfort of a classic and the wonder of an entirely new sound.
Crediting BRATTROCK as an influence in developing their signature sound, Moxie is thrilled to be returning for this homecoming gig. Also performing is local garage punk band Man Made Tragedies; Granite Danes, billed as “eclectic Portsmouth humorists”; Big Destiny, a western Massachusetts dance band; Golden Marilyn, a post-punk group from Keene, NH; and Pencil Biters, a Londonderry progressive rock group.
BRATTROCK raises funds for Youth Services while providing places for youth to gather and a venue for musically-minded youth from Vermont and the surrounding region to connect, learn, perform, inspire, and be inspired. Stone Church is at 210 Main Street. An all-ages event, cost is $10 to $20 on a sliding scale. For more information email or visit

The Deerfield Valley News

797 VT Route 100 North
Wilmington, VT 05363

Phone: 802-464-3388
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