Maple Leaf Indicates the Event is Admission Free

  2014 Schedule of Events
  2014 TD Bank
Syrup Giveaway
and Getaway Contest
Antique Show
NEW Beverage Tasting

Children's Program
Craft & Specialty Foods Show
  Directions & Map
Exhibit Hall
Face Painting
  Fiddler's Variety Show
Historical Museum

In Taylor Park
  Lodging & Restaurants
Main Street Stage Entertainment
Maple Cooking Demonstrations
Maple Syrup &
Maple Product Contest
  Media Information
On the Street
  Pancake Breakfast

Photography Contest

St. Albans Downtown Merchants' Window Displays
  Sap Run
Sponsors & Friends
Sugarhouse Tours
Vermont Maple Ambassadors
  Vermont Maple
Barbeque & Winners Presentations
  Vermont Maple
Vermont Maple
Cooking Contest
Vermont Maple Syrup &
Maple Product Contest
  Vermont Maple Stores

Vermont Maple Sugarmakers Assoc.

  Youth Talent Show

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Downtown St. Albans

Something for Everyone!

48th Annual Vermont Maple Festival
April 25, 26, 27, 2014

Main Street Stage


The Main Street Stage surely has Something for Everyone! And the
entertainment is continuous during Festival hours. Past performances have included Country Bands, Magicians, Individual Instrumentalists, Classic Ensembles, Rock Bands, Storytellers, Choruses, Dancers, Puppeteers, and much, much more. 

Main Street Stage Schedule


Noon - Grand Opening of the 48th Annual Vermont Maple Festival

1:00 – Electric Youth Dance Company - Enjoy area youth members of the dance company as they perform in some energetic dance routines

 2:00 – 3:30 – Ben Patton – an American song writer and singer/performer.  Diverse music of pop, rock and musical theater.  Ben was born and raised in Vermont and now resides in Boston.

4:00 – 6:00 Prydein – An American Celtic Rock band that focuses on the preservation of Scottish and Irish tunes.  The band is Vermont born and based here.


10:00 – 11:15 Electric Youth Dance Company

11:30 – 12:30 Rockin’ Ron The Friendly Pirate – “My name is Rockin’ Ron the Friendly Pirate and I perform Pirate Music for Kids and Kids at Heart (me heartie), in person and on my stylistically diverse CD.  Seven Days (Vermont’s Arts & Entertainment Weekly) has compared my approach to that of Toy Story and Shrek.”

1:00 – 2:30 – RMX -  RMX is a Classic Rock Band

4:00 – 6:00 – Jamie Lee Thurston – We are proud to have Jamie Lee visit the Vermont Maple Festival stage.  He was born and raised in Vermont and is an All American Country singer and song writer, who currently resides in Nashville.


11:00 – 12:00 – Joe’s Big Band - pleasing the Main Street crowd with popular swing music -  a mix of old and new and in between

2:00 – 4:00 – Carol Ann Jones & the Superchargers – The Superchargers are regional greats -    Andre Maquera on lead-guitar and backing vocals; Will Patton on mandolin, steel guitar, bass and backing vocals; Gary “Spud” Spaulding on drums and percussion; Thom Carvey on bass and sax and Carol Ann Jones on lead vocal and acoustic guitar.  This band has a fresh take on rockabilly, country, rock and roll, bluegrass and contemporary music.



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CDL USA, Hannaford Supermarket, Wal-Mart,
Lapierre USA Inc, New England Federal Credit Union
Husky, Community National Bank
KBS, Champlain Chevrolet, at&t