Flood the Streets with Art


Click here: Flood Relief for Neighbors (neoncrm.com) 

We are raising funds for neighboring communities who were impacted by the recent floods until August 1st.
Thank you for your support!

About the event

Flood the Streets with Art encouraged  the community to come together and express themselves through the mediums of art, writing, and music, as well as provided the opportunity to donate and support the 2024 flood victims in neighboring communities who are currently suffering the effects of flooding.

Professional artists and community members created art at locations downtown Montpelier. There was music in the afternoon at the Christ Church pocket park, and all proceeds from the performances benefitted local impacted communities.  The Brown Bag Concert Series, sponsored by Hunger Mountain Co-op, kicked off at noon - featuring both the Bent Nails House Band and saxophonist, Ras Moshe. Local talent, including Shidaa Projects, played music
throughout the afternoon. From 5 - 7 pm, the community gathered on the lawn at Christ Church to hear from community leaders, followed by a benefit concert, which featured Honeybee Steelband with special guests.


July 17th Event Schedule


Location:  Christ Church Pocket Park, State St., VT

9 am

Registration for Chalk Art across town

12 pm

Hunger Mountain Co-op Brown Bag Concert presented by Monteverdi Music School:

Featuring: Bent Nails House Band and Ras Moshe

1-5 pm  - Live Music on State St.! (continuously updated, so keep checking back!)

 1:30 pm - Jason Baker/Banjo and Singing

2 pm - Ras Burnett / Saxophone

3:30 pm - Tiny Heart Explosion / Acoustic Guitar and Vocal Harmony

5-7pm - Honeybee Steelband and "The Swarm"

Honeybee Steelband and "The Swarm" will be performing Stevie Wonder's tune "Higher Ground," in commemoration of recovery from last year's flood, resilience, and working for a better, more peaceful world! In addition to the steelpan instruments, this summer's extended group of performers features a full horn section, lead singer KeruBo Webster, and a chorus of singers from the greater Montpelier area.

Honeybee Steelband creates soulful music and street theater events that bring attention to legislation for pollinator protection, building a community of care for all species.

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