This November, Killington Resort in Vermont is scheduled to host its annual Killington Cup, which features FIS female events in Slalom and Grand Slalom. The slalom race will take place on November 25th, while the Grand Slalom event will happen on November 26th. Some of the other events will include the grand opening of the new K-1 Lodge, a performance on Friday night from DJ Angie Vee, a screening of the latest Warren Film on Saturday Night (Daymaker), and a concert series with many famous acts.
For Saturday, Stephen Kellogg and Noah Kahan will be the headliners. Stephen Kellogg is a folk artist from Massachusetts that helped create the Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers band, with their most streamed song on Spotify being Start The Day Early.
On Saturday at 2 p.m., Noah Kahan is scheduled to headline on the Bud Light Seltzer stage. Originally from Strafford, Vermont, Noah has become a massive name on the folk scene. His recently released album Stick Season, which debuted at number fourteen on the Billboard Top 200, features many references to New England. Some of his most famous songs include Hurt Somebody, False Confidence, Someone Like You, and Stick Season.
On Sunday, Michael Franti will be the headliner and is known for absolute classics like Say Hey (I Love You) and The Sound of Sunshine. If the FIS races were enough to convince you to head up to Killington, these headliners make it definitely worth it. For those who can’t make it, the races will be televised live on NBC on Saturday and Sunday at 12:30 p.m. Click here to purchase tickets for the Killington Cup.
Image/Video Credits: Killington Resort, Noah Kahan
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