Bud Light UnCovered 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 continuing the Bud Light UnCovered Series. Throughout the winter you'll see 5 great bands perform in the Widowmaker Lounge and thanks to Bud Light, there is no cover charge. What could be better than free entertainment from some of New England's best up and coming entertainment? 5 weeks of free shows courtesy of the Bud Light Uncovered series, that's what!
All Bud Light UnCovered Series shows begin at 9:00 pm
Please note: All Bud Light Concert Series events are 21+ and proper ID is required.
Jan 17 Lovewhip
Lovewhip will keep you moving until you realize that the light reflecting off the disco ball is the sunrise with their unique sound that includes psychedelic, electro and dance rock themes. Don't miss this high-energy show!
Jan 31 Mallett Brothers
The Mallett Brothers Band is a nationally touring alt-country/rock band from Maine. Slightly more rock than country, theirs is a musical melting pot that's influenced equally by folk and singer/songwriter influences as by harder rock, punk and psychedelic sounds. Led by brothers Luke and Will Mallett, the band is rounded out by Brian Higgins on drums, Nick Leen on bass, Matt Mills on lead guitar, pedal steel and banjo, and Wally on dobro and electric guitar. It's song-driven music that holds up under the lens of solitary listening, but that's equally apt to crank a room full of rockers into whiskey-fueled high gear
Feb 14 Spose - Cancelled*
*Spose has cancelled his appearance at the Widowmaker due to weather.*
Spose is a leader in the rap scene with his nationally acclaimed albums and tours. Hailing from Wells, ME, Spose represents Maine better than anybody and is the unofficial rapper of Sugarloaf, with his past performances at College Week and Widowmaker.
Feb 28 TAUK
TAUK is heavy instrumental rock fusion created by Matt Jalbert (guitar), Charlie Dolan (bass), Alric "A.C." Carter (keyboard-organ), and Isaac Teel (drums). The transcendent instrumental band seamlessly brings together genres as diverse as melodic rock, fusion, gritty funk, progressive rock, ambient, classic rock, hip hop and jazz
Mar 14 Dana Fuchs
All Dana Fuchs has to do is sing. All it takes is one note from those celebrated lips and clocks stop, crowds snap to attention, hearts beat like bass drums and neck-hair tingles. It's often been said that the Florida-born front-woman could sing the phone directory and still hold her listeners spellbound. True enough, but in 2015, when Dana applies that extraordinary voice to the classic songs from her third album Bliss Avenue, you'll realize that you're in the presence of once-a-generation greatness.