Cabot Arts is a non-profit arts organization, located in Cabot, Vermont. Our mission is to enliven our culture and local economy by promoting the very best in regional, national and international music, arts, crafts, spoken word & theater. We work in cooperation with the Cabot Community Association (CCA).  
And, yes, we are proud of our Cabot cheese too!
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Cabot Arts, Inc.

PO Box 201

Cabot, Vermont

05647 / 802-793-3016

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 A Celtic Equinox Saturday, March 21st with the Zeichner Trio, Geordie Lynd and Footworks 
A Celtic Equinox - Saturday, March 21st  7pm 
Celebrate the return of Spring with this dynamic lineup of regional Celtic musicians!
The Zeichner Trio  
Yasi, Oliver, and Louli Zeichner
...are a family band who have grown up in the hills of central Vermont. Each a strong and well-developed singer, their voices blend in both harmony and unison as only families can. Bringing age-old melodies alive with creativity in voice and instrument, the group has gained a reputation in Vermont as standard-bearers of the tradition. Zeichner's website, here.
At the Willey Building Auditorium
3084 Main St. in Cabot, VT - Doors open at 6:30pm 
Advance admission $16 / $20 at the Door
Geordie Lynd
Geordie Lynd of South Walden plays traditional Irish music on the fiddle. His playing style and repertoire show his allegiances to the Clare fiddle masters, and to the uilleann piping tradition. In concert, Geordie bring his audience into the world of this rich Irish music tradition.
Video of Geordie here.
Inspired by the high-energy Gaelic music of Ireland and Cape Breton Island, Footworks is a Vermont-based With Jacob Brillhart on fiddle, Jon Brillhart on whistle, and Tory Heft on guitar, Footworks provides a rich and balanced sound that is bound to get your feet tapping and your hands clapping. Footworks website, here.
Heather Pierson Acoustic Trio
Sunday, April 19th  4pm

“If you're one of those people who likes any style done well— old-school jazz, folk, pop, classical— you’ll love this prodigiously talented threesome. Keyboards, brass, all sorts of strings, and beautiful singing make for a dynamic show packed with energy and surprises.”  ~ Sarah Craig, Caffe Lena


For more information visit:

At the Willey Building Auditorium 
3084 Main St. in Cabot, VT / Doors open at 3:30pm
Advance admission $16 / $20 at the Door

Heather Pierson (piano, acoustic guitar, tenor banjo, ukulele, melodica) is an award- winning singer/songwriter, pianist, and performer ... from New Orleans traditional jazz to blues to rousing Americana and poignant folk. 

Davy Sturtevant (acoustic guitar, cornet, dobro, fiddle, mandolin) is an accomplished 

singer/songwriter of his own, wielding both an arsenal of stringed and brass instruments and a gorgeous tenor voice. With wit and flair, Davy performs in a way that moves listeners to tap their toes, nod their heads. 

Shawn Nadeau (bass) brings an unassuming rock-solid foundation and a keen awareness to every song, informed by over two decades of wildly varying musical performances, from punk rock to reggae to jazz. 

Matt Flinner, Evan Premo and Matt Larocca
Sunday, May 24th at 4pm
"Three Vermont musician/composers come together for
an afternoon of classical, folk, bluegrass and modern eclectica.
At the Willey Building Auditorium
3084 Main St. in Cabot, VT / Doors open at 4:30pm 
Advance admission $16 / $20 at the Door
Bassist Evan Premo, violist/guitarist Matt LaRocca and mandolinist/banjoist Matt Flinner will present original chamber music inspired largely by the beauty of Vermont and the stories of its people.  Each has accolades ranging from Creative Chair of the Vermont Symphony Orchestra to a frequent Carnegie Hall performer to a Grammy Nominee.  Together, they promise to bring something exciting and new to Vermont audiences." 
Celebrate the bounty of Spring's first harvest 
and raise money for Cabot Arts programs!
Farm to Table Fundraiser Sunday, May 31st  6pm
Dana Robinson will prepare a beautiful 6 - course meal for 10-12 people in the lovely environs of the Old Schoolhouse in Lower Cabot. 
Ingredients will be sourced from local farms, fields and forest.
Seating will be limited to 12 people.
Follow the link below to reserve your seats in advance.
Coming to the Willey Building 
Sunday, June 7th at 4pm
An afternoon of Vermont songs,
dance and stories! Details coming soon!
Flutist Karen Kevra and harpist Jennifer Hoult bring heart and soul and accolades to a performance in which they will mix and match in duos and solo offerings. These award-winning musicians have performed across the globe from Vermont, to Bayreuth, to Carnegie Hall. Their colorful and eclectic flute and harp program will dispel any myths of Cupid and puffy clouds. They will perform a haunting folk-tune of Japan, mini-masterpieces by Debussy, as well as Lowell Liebermann's Duo sonata, full of amazing sonic surprises!


with The Moon Shells

Concert in the Schoolyard


Old Time on the Onion Pre-Festival Party

Picnic in the Gardens / PotLuck BBQ / Jamming / B.Y.O.B

$15 ADV. $20 DAY OF   / DOORS 5PM - MUSIC 7PM



Beg, Steal or Borrow was formed in early 2013 with a mission to resurrect the music of the iconic bluegrass band Old and in the Way and have since grown into a solid repertoire of original material. Winning three prestigious bluegrass band competitions in Maine, Connecticut and New York, they have been dubbed a “Triple Crown Bluegrass Band” by Bluegrass Today.  The group is heading out in the 2020 concert season on the heals of their first full length album of original music titled Old Mountain Time.  Band website: