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Inaugural Music on the Mountain Festival Featuring Anders Osborne, Dogs In A Pile, and Saints & Liars

Music on the Mountain, a new benefit festival celebrating recovery and supporting Trey Anastasio’s Divided Sky Foundation, has been announced by The Phoenix. The event will take place at the base of Okemo Mountain in Ludlow, Vt., following the annual Fun(d) Run hosted by the Divided Sky Foundation. The festival will feature performances from artists like Anders Osborne, Dogs In A Pile, and Saints & Liars with all proceeds going towards the Divided Sky Foundation’s mission to support individuals affected by addiction and promote sobriety through the Divided Sky Residential Recovery Program.

Anastasio, a person in recovery himself, emphasizes the importance of providing a supportive community for individuals in early sobriety. The Divided Sky Recovery Program aims to offer compassionate programming to those affected by addiction, helping them build a foundation for a healthy, productive, and sober life.

The inaugural Music on the Mountain festival will kick off at 2 p.m. ET on Saturday, May 18, featuring not only musical performances but also activities like yoga, meditation, art, and various food and non-alcoholic beverage vendors. The event aims to create a sober-inclusive space where attendees can enjoy the music and scenic beauty while supporting a worthy cause.

Headliner Anders Osborne expresses his enthusiasm for the event, inviting everyone to join in and support Divided Sky and The Phoenix while enjoying great music, food, and company.

Tickets for Music on the Mountain are available now for a suggested donation of , with complimentary registration for Fun(d) Run participants. To purchase tickets and find more information about the event, visit musiconthemtn.com. For details about the Divided Sky Foundation and The Phoenix’s missions, visit dividedskyfoundation.com and thephoenix.org. Additional health and wellness resources can be found at backline.care.

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