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Catamount Film and Arts
St. Johnsbury, VT

July 10 – September 4, 2021

Catamount Arts will present the fourth Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series on Dog Mountain, a breathtaking dog-friendly destination in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom Rural Enterprise Assistance Project Zone. With new accessibility features in place, the 2021 series is poised to bring together people of all walks of life from “St. Jay” and beyond, and will continue to enliven this former industrial area through diverse arts programming.

Presented by Catamount Arts, a nonprofit full-service arts center dedicated to promoting the arts throughout northern Vermont and New Hampshire, encouraging appreciation, participation and cultivation of the arts as an integral part of community life, in partnership with Dog Mountain, the Town of St. Johnsbury/St. Johnsbury Police Department, Northeast Kingdom Chamber of Commerce, Kingdom County Productions and Northern Vermont University – Lyndon.

For more information about St. Johnsbury’s Levitt AMP Music Series, including COVID-19 safety protocols, click below.

Visit Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Site

2021 Concerts

Saturday, July 10, 2021


Celtic Harpist Rachel Clemente

Celtic Company Dancers

Ian Gauthier

Tritium Well

Sunday, July 11, 2021


Neo-Folk, Retro-Pop, Art-Rock,
World-Fusion Sufi Kirtan

Folk/Americana duo with an eclectic sound and a passion for social and environmental action

Sunday, July 18, 2021

Chad Hollister Band


Orchestra from Vermont that features an infectious rhythm and a positive vibe

Sunday July 25, 2021

The Blue Dahlia

Reggae to klezmer, Americana to a French-Mexican waltz

Jazzy and explosive mix of reggae, ska, Latin American, and French influences

Sunday August 1, 2021



Brooklyn-based group that blends rock, pop, r&b and hip-hop into catchy yet refreshing harmonies

Sunday August 8, 2021

Mike Mains & The Branches


A colorful, high-energy mix of pop/rock vocals and tunes that tug at your heartstrings

Saturday August 14, 2021

#getdowntown Event

Artists TBD

Sunday, August 15, 2021

Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru SekouOsagyefo (oh-sah-GEE-fo) Uhuru (ooh-WHO-roo) Sekou(SAY-koo)

Indie Rock, Christian

Traditional Arkansas gospel and blues that captures the lives and culture of the South

Sunday August 22, 2021

Kotoko Brass

Global, propulsive, infectious party music

Blend of sounds from Ghana, New Orleans and the Caribbean that aims to embrace diversity and unity

Sunday August 29, 2021

Oshima Brothers

Singer songwriter duo

A dynamic family duo that harnesses indie tunes through powerful harmonies and a wide range of instruments

Saturday September 4, 2021



An electrifying Scottish trio with a combination of traditional and contemporary European influences

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