Grand Point North returns this September 16 & 17 at Waterfront Park in Burlington, VT! Two-day tickets are ON SALE NOW, single day tickets available May 5th.
Grace Potter announced today the lineup for the 2017 Grand Point North music festival. Trey Anastasio Band will join Potter, Dawes, Joseph, Mondo Cozmo, Son Little, Hurray For The Riff Raff, Low Cut Connie, and Tank & The Bangas for the annual festival, scheduled for September 16 and 17 at Burlington, Vermont’s Waterfront Park. Two day passes are currently on-sale; single day tickets go on-sale Friday, May 5 at 11am at www.highergroundmusic.com, by phone at 802-652-0777 or in person at the Higher Ground Box Office.
Continuing its tradition of showcasing homegrown talent, this year’s lineup at Grand Point North will also include a strong representation of acts from Vermont making their mark on the local music scene. Local acts performing this year include smalltalker, Lake Superior, SnakeFoot, Henry Jamison, Barika, The Welterweights and Eastern Mountain Time.
2017 Grand Point North dates have been announced! We will be seeing you all this September 16 & 17 at Waterfront Park in Burlington, VT. VIP are sold out, but two-day tickets are still available, online at http://ticketf.ly/2jZn0x8 or via phone or in person through Higher Ground. Lineup and single day tickets to be announced later this spring. More info at grandpointnorth.com.
While on the road promoting her album Midnight, Potter started designing a collection of stage apparel based on the other-worldly themes from her album artwork and the set design of the “Magical Midnight Roadshow” tour.
Made of a sumptuous semi-sheer vintage jersey blend, these limited edition shirts feature original photography, are tailored and hand signed by Potter, and crafted in Los Angeles. Order yours now at http://bit.ly/2hBoUaE.
In case you missed it, Grace joined the active duty military band Full Spectrum and Conan O’Brien to perform “Proud Mary” in honor of Veteran’s day. You can watch the video of the performance here: http://to.teamcoco.com/2eQ39B6
Catch Grace performing tonight on Conan! In honor of Veteran’s Day, she’ll be joining Conan, Jimmy Vivino, and Full Spectrum – a six piece band who are all full time active duty United States Air Force members – to reprise their performance last year at the Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar. Conan airs at 11PM on TBS.
Grace is thrilled to be joining Jackson Browne, Dawes, Sara Watkins and more at the upcoming tribute to Linda Ronstadt on December 11, at the Theater At the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles. Proceeds from the concert will benefit The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. Tickets will be available starting Friday Oct. 14, at Axs.com.
Howard Stern released his tribute project today, honoring the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ album, Revolver. In addition to Grace’s rendition of “Good Day Sunshine”, the album features contributions from: Cheap Trick, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, James Taylor, J. Mascis, Gov’t Mule, Jewel, Grouplove, Living Colour, The Milk Carton Kids, Joe Bonamassa, O.A.R., Rachael Yamagata, Madisen Ward, and Mama Bear. Stern’s Revolver tribute is only available on SiriusXM.
After an amazing Grand Point North festival weekend in Vermont, the September tour continues with more headlining and festival dates up and down the East Coast and Midwest. Tickets for individual shows are available from the links in the tour section.
We are excited to share the new video for “Look What We’ve Become”, which was produced in collaboration with NASA’s Johnson Space Center. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/SrSe8IawDi4. To learn more about the making of the video, visit http://go.nasa.gov/2cCSPel.
NASA celebrates women in the science, technology, engineering and math fields with recording artist Grace Potter performing her song, “Look What We’ve Become” in this music video shot at Johnson Space Center. The video recognizes the power of women at NASA–past, present and future–and the important role of each in human spaceflight.
NASA’s goal with this video is to inspire young women everywhere to plot a course for a career in science, technology, engineering and math, and then stay on that trajectory, no matter the challenges, and become a part of something historic.
September tour dates are now on sale! The tour begins with Grace’s hometown festival in Vermont, Grand Point North, and continues with headlining shows in Niagara Falls NY, Canton OH, Morgantown WV, Raleigh NC, Omaha NE, Cedar Rapids IA, and Champaign IL. Additional festival appearances include the Pilgrimage Festival in Franklin, TN and the Roots N Blues N BBQ festival in Columbia, MO.
Individual ticket links are available in the tour dates section below.
We’ve launched a new live video for “Instigators,” from the album Midnight, performed by Grace at her sold out Boulder Theater show in February 2016.
Produced and Mixed by Eric Valentine.
Released August 14, 2015.
Produced by Jim Scott & Grace Potter, with additional production by Dan Auerbach. Mixed by Rich Costey.
Released June 12, 2012.
Produced by Mark Batson. Mixed by Andrew Scheps.
Released June 8, 2010.
Produced by Mike Daly and Grace Potter & The Nocturnals. Mixed by Michael Brauer.
Released August 7, 2007.
Produced by Grace Potter & The Nocturnals. Mixed by Lane Gibson.
Released September 20,2005.