Festivals

Stratton Mountain Drops To Minus Zero This April



March 13th, 2016

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Minus Zero

A new festival, recently announced, is coming to the Northeast for the first time. Stratton Mountain in South Londonderry, Vermont will host the Minus Zero Winter Sports and Music Festival on April 9th and 10th. The festival is small in comparison to other multi-day festivals with only 19 artists scheduled to play, but the artists the organizers have compiled a cohesive cast. Worldwide acts and local Northeast talent alike will share the stage over the weekend, featuring Deadmau5 and Kaskade as headliners and ATTLAS, Gorgon City, Jauz, and Thomas Jack as supporting acts.

Minus Zero may be coming to New England for the first time, but it held an event last year at Winter Park in Colorado. It featured Jamie Jones, Lee Burridge, Capital Cities, and Droog among others. 2016 shows their expansion; in addition to the Vermont weekend. the Colorado event is due for round two, as well as at Mountain High Resort in California.
Minus Zero is the perfect weekend getaway for the financially-smart baller. Tickets are economically sound, with single-day GA ticket prices set at $85 and GA weekend tickets at $139 – also no fees! For us who plan on using the lift for the weekend as well (which I highly recommend; Stratton is a great mountain), they’ve put together a ticket+lift combo set at $259. VIP options are also available, with single day VIP set at $185 and weekend passes set at $329, with single day VIP+lift combos at $255 and weekend VIP+lift combos at $449. There are a variety of lodging options for the weekend. They’ve kindly consolidated all of our options into a nice little list, right here.

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Saturday:
Deadmau5
ATTLAS
Gorgon City (DJ Set)
Serge Devant
DUDEnGUY
Human Resources
Imposter
Luke Alexander
Mike Chach
DJ Ragoza

Sunday:
Kaskade
Jauz
Thomas Jack
Tony Arzadon
Bamboora
Casey Kiss
Fiction of Red
Sam Allan
Voltran

 

 

 



Matt Reynolds is a music enthusiast on a mission to share his musical knowledge with the masses. Born and raised on the hard streets of suburban North Jersey, Matt was diagnosed with an irreversible addiction to electronic music in 2009. Since then, he’s pledged to discover and share his experiences with clubs, festivals, and the world of electronic music. Situated minutes from NYC, Matt has traveled from Massachusetts to Miami and everywhere between chasing music and making memories. When he isn’t writing for MASS EDMC, he’s either reading, writing fiction, or (most likely) booty-shaking on the dance floor.