Jiminy Peak Hosts 1st Annual Music Festival on Aug 31st

By AlpineZone News |
Aug 22 2014 - 12:32 PM

Hancock, MA: Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort will be partnering with Bud Light to bring to you a day of live music, good food, and plenty of fun. This will be Jiminy Peak’s first year hosting the Peak Music Festival, and the lineup is an impressive one; singer-songwriter Bernice Lewis, Chris Merenda & The Wheels, The Rev Tor Band, along with T-Bone Daddy to finish out the Festival.

The headliners, T-Bone Daddy will be celebrating the release of their new album, Departure. Joining them will be a long time local legend, Bernice Lewis; from her you can expect great tunes backed by some good lessons. “For me, it’s about the songs, each different, each a well thought out message, each a labor of love,” says Bernice. Also joining the mix will be Chris Merenda & The Wheels, known for producing catchy hooks and his play on words. The fourth performer is no stranger to Jiminy Peak, having performed numerous nights during the winter season’s Peak Music Series. The Rev Tor Band will be onsite once again to perform their memorable and much loved soulful melodies. As for the headliners, T-Bone Daddy is a blues influenced rock trio whose fans love the energy and engagement of their live performances and its replication found in their recorded music.

Join the festival fun on Sunday August 31st at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort. The music starts at 2pm and the stage will be located between the patio of JJ’s Lodge and their main chairlift, the Berkshire Express. Although tickets are needed to take part in either the Mountain Adventure Park or the Aerial Adventure Park, admission to the festival is free of charge. You can find out more regarding the event as well as stay aware of any updates by visiting www.jiminypeak.com.

About Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort
Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort is located in Hancock, MA., in the heart of the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. In the winter months Jiminy is the largest ski and snowboard resort in southern New England. In summer and fall the Resort is home to Mountain Adventure including Mountain and Aerial Adventure Parks, the Soaring Eagle Zip Ride and and 13 Nights Haunt. Year-round, Jiminy offers on-mountain lodging options including a 102 one-bedroom suite Country Inn as well as two and three bedroom vacation homes and condominiums. Jiminy Peak specializes in meetings, events and conferences and offers an exquisite mountain setting for weddings. The Resort was the first in North America to generate power from its own 1.5 MW wind turbine.