Thursday, June 2nd
- Rock with LEGEND, Grace Potter
- Add to your vinyl and vintage collection
At 8 pm, three-time Grammy-nominated artist Grace Potter will be taking the stage at Sweetland Amphitheatre. Described by Spin as “one of the greatest voices in rock today,” Potter has played Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Bonnaroo and shared stage space with The Rolling Stones, Willie Nelson, Robert Plant, Kenny Chesney, the Allman Brothers and Neil Young.
If you need a quick retail fix before heading to the Grace Potter show, look no further! R&B Consignment has a vinyl selection that will bring back the fondest musical memories. What's more, they've got a great selection of sports memorabilia and vintage artwork!
The perfect backdrop for a family photo or selfie, you will get lost in its mesmerizing beauty! Stop by Hills & Dales before the show and make a few more memories.
With endless attractions and various levels of intensity on their rides, there is something to keep everyone entertained. Choose from the various lodging options on-site and make a full weekend of it (also a great strategy for sneaking in a waterslide between your concert schedule).
Check out Massachusetts-based singer-songwriter, Heather Maloney, at 7:30 PM at Pure Life House of Music. Maloney has an impressive rap sheet to her name. She has opened for well-known artists like Lake Street Dive, Shakey Graves, Gary Clark Jr. and others. Watch her play new tracks off of her album “Soil in The Sky” coming out June 14th. Still not interested? The New York Times called her music “utterly gorgeous,” we’d say that’s worth checking out for yourself.
Wine down after the show and stargaze on the patio at Nutwood Winery. Their tasting tree is sensational!
Need a souvenir? Check out a few of the local shops in town. Ye Old Red Door Antiques is open on Saturday until 5 and is regularly changing its inventory. It is the perfect place to explore with plenty of one-of-a-kind items to look at. How about a milkshake while you shop? The Medicine Cabinet is a LaGrange classic and just happens to also serve up old-fashioned sundaes and milkshakes like the good ole days. It is the perfect way to keep kids entertained while you get to peruse the wonderful local selection in the gift shop. Pro tip: the Medicine Cabinet closes at 2 on Saturdays so don’t wait too late to check it out!
Wing Jam is reason enough to come to LaGrange this weekend. Rain or shine, Wing Jam will be happening. With live music to keep your music streak thriving, hang out on Wild Leap’s patio and try a variety of wings (and even vegan options if meat isn’t your thing). They'll be serving up one-day-only special edition beers, cocktails, and slushies, but don’t worry, the event is for the whole family! Entry is free and all ages are welcome.
Still haven't gotten your music fix? Stay for a beer or two at Wing Jam then mosey your way over to Pure Life House of Music and check out duo Bryan Elijah Smith and Leon Majcen. The pair will be playing from 7:30 to 9:30 (doors open at 7!), and share the stage playing original pieces and cover tunes – the perfect way to close out a music-filled weekend.