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The Brandon Music Cafe offers an intimate setting for concerts, dinner, and private events. Come and discover one of central Vermont's "out of the way" treasures. Concerts are held regularly on most Saturday evenings. Visit their website for details.
Thsi is an experience not to be missed. The owners choose grat live music and while there you ar served a lovely dinner with dessert and coffee. It's a great idea and flawlessly carried out. It's intimate. The performers and performances are amazing.
Whenever we are in Vermont, we make it a point to look up the musicians scheduled to perform at the Brandon Music Center. The variety of live music presented is enhanced by the wonderful acoustics and cozy ambience in the mid 19th century converted barn...More
Every time I attend a performance at Brandon Music I wonder why I don't go more often. We heard a local band called the Woedoggies. They played country, folk and original music. The acoustics in this venue are fabulous. It is a converted barn space...More
Kathryn M, Marketing Manager at Brandon Music, responded to this reviewResponded February 27, 2016
We're delighted you enjoyed your experience at Brandon Music and continue to return. Thank you for your review!
Always try to get here when I'm in Vermont.
It's a warm and eclectic venue, hosted with a very personal touch. You feel like you're spending an evening amongst friends and the artists obviously feel the same, which makes for a wonderful ambiance and the...More
If you ever visit Brandon, Vermont or are within 50 miles of this beautiful Vermont town, you must visit Brandon Music! It is owned by Stephen and Edna Sutton. They also own Compass Music and Arts Center in Brandon. Compass should also a "must" on...More
My husband and I stumbled across a brochure about this place at the Vermont Welcome Center the night before and decided to give it a try. The outside is deceiving. On a gray dreary day, we ventured in and the upstairs level is full of...More