Minus Zero Festival Returns to Stratton

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Submitted by MSO on Fri, 11/18/2016 - 7:00 am

MINUS ZERO FESTIVAL--the multi-day winter sports and music festival--returns to the Stratton Mountain Resort in South Londonderry, VT for its second year Friday, April 7 and Saturday, April 8, 2017.

The 2017 edition will feature 2 stages of music, skiing, snowboarding, lodging onsite and free parking. All tickets will also include admission to the after parties.

MINUS ZERO officially launched its northeast edition this past April in Vermont with thousands of fans and a vast array of electronic and dance music artists, including headliners deadmau5 and Kaskade. There were also sets from international festival draws, like Thomas Jack, Gorgon City, Jauz, ATTLAS, Serge Devant, Tony Arzadon and Stratton native Pierce Fulton, among others. With two stages of music and the ski lifts and slopes open at Stratton Mountain Resort--an all-inclusive site featuring lodging and hotel accommodations--the picturesque backdrop of Stratton provided a stunning and unique setting for the event.

Kris Kallenbach from The Nocturnal Times hailed the festival's debut saying, "Minus Zero Festival came to Stratton Mountain, Vermont, offering a unique boutique festival experience with all the qualities of a top tier event...The sense of community was strong at Minus Zero Festival as it seemed the entire village was there for the same reason, to be a part of the region's first winter music festival." Kallenbach added, "Given the chance to conquer a new territory and early festival date, Minus Zero had an innovative idea and executed it with precision...Minus Zero chose the perfect location with beautiful natural scenery, brought in dance music's biggest names, and had the ideal environment of Stratton Mountain to give you an enclosed sense of a winter wonderland community" (4/13/16).

Watch the official 2016 recap video HERE. Stay tuned for the official lineup announcement and details about ticketing on sales.

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