Bud Light Concert Series
Every winter Bud Light brings the best parties to Sugarloaf mountain and this season is no different.
This winter, we are proud to be bringing you the Bud Light Concerts Series. Throughout the winter you'll see some great bands perform at The Widowmaker, beginning their sets at 9pm. All Bud Light Concerts are $5.00 per person or free with a 2017/2018 Winter Season Pass (Season pass must be present for free admission).
Please note: All Bud Light Concert Series events are 21+ and proper ID is required.
Jan 20 Ghost Of Paul Revere with King Kyote
Born on the banks of the Saco River, brothers in all but name, the Ghost of Paul Revere is Maine's holler-folk band. A powerful, energetic, non-traditional American folk band that's renowned for harmony fueled, heart-pounding performances full of songs with unique identities that remain undeniably the Ghost of Paul Revere.
Harken to a summer night of whiskey drinking in a cabin among the pines, King Kyote's music echoes the yells of rock n roll's forefathers while having a deeply rooted harmony with the blues, folk and tribal music.
Feb 3 Halfay to Reggae with The Elovaters
The Elovaters are Reggae/Rock/Funk band hailing from Boston, Massachusetts. The band is fronted by lead singer/songwriter/rhythm guitarist Jackson Wetherbee who has toured internationally. The Elovaters also feature musicians formerly of New England Music Award winning bands; The Aldous Collins Band and Last Call. The sound is similar to that of UB40, The Police, Sublime and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Their show is fun, energetic and has festive crowds dancing, grooving, and singing along.
March 17 St. Patricks Day with The CopOuts
March 31 Richard James Band
Richard James & The Name Changers - RJNC to their fans - ae a Boston based rock band with a piano driven, song-oriented soung that appeals to adventuresome music lovers with genre bending tastes and a desire to dance. After a few years of performing in the Northeastern U.S. and Atlantic Canada, headlining local haunts and supporting the likes of Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Big Sam's Funky Nation, Edward Sharp & The Magnetic Zeros, Chris Robinson Brotherhood and many other inspirational artists whose fans have embraced the up-and-coming quartet, RJNC have built up a core following in Northern New England, and now they have their sights set on the entire Eastern seaboard. With an original catalog of over 50 songs and a broad range of classic and obscure covers, Richard James and company-a wrecking crew that sometimes includes a three-piece horn section-turns any room into a party.