August offers sold-out concerts, music fests

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We wait through a long, nasty winter and intermittently chilly spring to get to summer in Vermont, when we can finally go out into the world to relish glorious warm weather and the state’s continually robust offering of arts-and-entertainment events.

Then one of the wettest months of July on record happens, made 100 times worse by flooding that devastated several regions of the state, impacting some of Vermont’s long-running arts organizations. This is a state that knows how to rebound, however, so those arts providers are already finding new ways to stage their events. Those unaffected by the July floods are still hoping August is a little drier so their events don’t get rained out in the last full month of summer.

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