Things to do in Vermont in June 2022: Theater, music and events

An earlier version of this article misstated the band affiliation of Duane Betts.

This is the month where we say hi to summer, which also means that many of Vermont’s arts-and-entertainment activities move out into the truly great outdoors. Why not catch an eye-popping sunset while admiring another work of art on stage?

Some of these highlighted events remain inside, and that’s OK, too. COVID-19 numbers are still concerning, but with the proper precautions it’s still possible to enjoy a thought-provoking play or a display of visual art indoors.

And of course, we could certainly use the boost to our spirits that the arts provide. Dig into some of these events and let the sun shine in. 

Looking just for music?:Summer in Vermont means outdoor concerts where you’ll find your happy place

Indie-folk group The Head and the Heart

Vermont Stage delves into facts

7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 1, the comedic production “The Lifespan of a Fact” presented by Vermont Stage focuses on a fact-checker who challenges a renowned author about the veracity of an essay and begins its run through June 19, Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center, Burlington. $31.05-$38.50.

See also:Danny DeVito to make one-night-only appearance in Vermont for staged reading of play

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