Grand Point North, the music festival presented by Grace Potter and Higher Ground at Burlington’s Waterfront Park on September 14th and 15th, released set times for the festival today. In addition, Potter and Higher Ground announced the return of the visual arts installation Grand Point Weird, Grand Point Local featuring local restaurants and food, and the REVERB Eco Village supporting several Vermont nonprofits.
On October 25th Grace will release Daylight, her second solo LP and first for Fantasy Records. Daylight arrives after a turbulent, life-altering 4-year hiatus from music that had the acclaimed singer-songwriter contemplating whether she would ever record another album. Cathartic and emotionally raw, Daylight is the result of that arduous journey, the most emotionally revealing, musically daring work of her career. Watch the clip for Daylight’s passionate first single, here: https://found.ee/GPloveisloveYT
We are thrilled to have Gov’t Mule returning this year for Grace’s Grand Point North music festival in Burlington, VT! In addition, Warren Haynes will join Grace to perform an acoustic set. Single day tickets are now on sale for $64, and two-day passes are available for just $84, at grandpointnorth.com/tickets.