Do Good Fest 2019

Michael Franti and Spearhead Will Headline Do Good Fest 2019

Michael Franti & Spearhead will be rocking the hillside at Do Good Fest 2019 on July 13.

The iconic rocker and fan favorite will headline the sixth annual benefit music festival on the lawn at National Life in Montpelier, Vt.

Vermont’s own Noah Kahan will also be featured at Do Good Fest, promoting his new album Busyhead.

He’ll be supported by opening act Hailey Knox, a rising young star who commands the stage solo with her heartfelt songwriting and performing.


The day kicks off with the music of SoundBrother, which formerly performed as The DuPont Brothers. The band just released a new single this month.

Erin “Syd” Sidney, who performs as Syd, rounds out the lineup.


  • Advance parking passes are still available, along with Do Good Packages of limited edition merchandise.

PARKING PASSES

$20

Purchase your pass to park either at National Life Group or at Montpelier High School.

All sales will be donated to Branches of Hope.

Buy your pass early! Prices will increase to $25 on the day of the festival.

  • Alternative Parking Available

We’ve got room for about 2,000 cars on the National Life campus, but if you can’t find a spot, we have a few alternate lots where you can park.

Montpelier High School

 We’ll be running shuttle buses to the festival from Montpelier High School starting at 2:30 PM. In Vermont, take Exit 8 (Montpelier). After exiting, you are on Memorial Drive. Drive past National Life Drive and take the second left onto Bailey Avenue Extension. Take the first left onto High School Drive and Montpelier HS will be in front of you. Address is below:

5 High School Drive
Montpelier, VT 05604


Department of Labor

In Vermont, take Exit 8 (Montpelier). After exiting, you are on Memorial Drive. Drive past National Life Drive and take the first left onto Green Mountain Drive. There will be a few parking lots on your right that are about a 20-25 minute walk from the festival. They’re also located right next to Montpelier High School if you’d prefer to take the shuttle bus. Address is below:

5 Green Mountain Drive
Montpelier, VT 05604


61 Taylor Street

In Vermont, take Exit 8 (Montpelier). After exiting, you are on Memorial Drive. Drive past National Life Drive and take the third left onto Taylor Street. Drive over the bridge and you’ll notice parking lots on either side of your vehicle. Both lots are about a 20-25 minute walk from the festival. Address is below:

61 Taylor Street
Montpelier, VT 05604


WHAT CAN I BRING INSIDE?

  • Sunscreen and sunglasses

  • Chairs

  • Blankets

  • Hats

  • Sneakers or other comfortable footwear

  • As many flower crowns as you own!

  • Empty, refillable water bottles/Camelbaks (must be non-glass)

  • A valid driver’s license or ID if you’re 21+

  • Prescription medicine (please make sure to show a photo ID)

WHAT CAN’T I BRING INSIDE?

  • Weapons of any kind

  • Fireworks/explosives (but don’t worry! We’ve got an awesome fireworks show planned for the end)

  • Cigarettes, tobacco, or vape pens/e-cigs of any kind

  • Illegal substances

  • Pets, with the exception of certified service animals. Sorry, Remington 🙁

  • Coolers

  • Tents

  • Alcohol

  • Professional cameras

  • Glass containers, bottles, or cans of any kind

  • A bad attitude

 

The Do Good Fest is sponsored by National Life Group and co-sponsored by The Point radio network, Seven Days, Harpoon Brewery, Montpelier Alive and the National Life Foundation.