Minus Zero Festival GA Tickets Sold Out

Article Contributed by SRO | Published on Friday, April 7, 2017

Advance general admission tickets for the second annual MINUS ZERO FESTIVAL--set for this weekend (April 7 & 8) at the Stratton Mountain Resort in Vermont-are no longer available.  A limited number of VIP and GA tickets will be offered at the door.
The two-day winter sports and music festival will feature three stages of music featuring over 50 top international and emerging electronic music acts including Bassnectar, Zeds Dead, GRiZ, Illenium and Claptone, snowboarding with a Rail Jam & Jump competition fueled by Monster Energy and a demo from some of the top pro-boarders on the circuit right now including Nate Haust and Jeremy Ellenberge, skiing, lodging onsite, free parking and much more.
Headlining Friday, April 7 is Zeds Dead with support coming from a wide range of international and northeast regional DJ acts including Illenium, Marvel Years, DJ Shift, Dudenguy, Lestat, Bamboora, Voltran, a back-to-back set from Nekro and Exssv, Detox and Michael Pata.  Saturday, April 8, MINUS ZERO festival goers can hit the slopes to the tunes of headliner  Bassnectar and GRiZ, along with Stratton native Pierce Fulton, Yookie, Brightside, Mike Chach, Sam Allan, Vavo, Adam Scott, Shotgun Styles and Nelvis Tolentino.
Plus, lift pass holders on both days can head up to the top for the Summit Stage, which will feature Auten, Average Joe, FENX, Fifth Year, Lucid Noise, Sicoli, Tony Mancuso, and Vinny Vibe. The Village Stage--which will kick off at 1pm each day--brings fans an even more eclectic range of acts to the already vibrant lineup with fan-favorite, masked performer Claptone along with Behrouz, DJ Three, Serge Devant, Thugfucker, Anamoly, Brett Rubin, Danny B, Human Resources, Michelangelo, Mike Myers, and Sleepy + Boo.
On April 8 snowboarding enthusiasts will have a chance to take in the Rail Jam & Jump, fueled by Monster Energy.  The on-mountain competition will feature a big air jump and many rails for more advanced riders for a chance to win the grand prize of $1500.    Expect a special demonstration from professional athletes Nate Haust, Jeremy Ellenberge, Jacques-Olivier Emond, Jeremy Cloutier and Luke Haddock showing their best jibbing and jumps will immediately follow the competition.  Details and registration info can be found here: http://bit.ly/2mKAvDV
"With a beautiful backdrop amid the mountains and a stunning roster, it is no wonder that the festival attracted thousands of fans in its first year," declared DJ Mag of last year's event. MINUS ZERO officially launched its northeast edition last 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 Pierce Fulton, among others. With three 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.
Watch the official 2016 recap video HERE.