Beach Road Weekend is calling you back to Martha’s Vineyard this summer

Beach Road Weekend is calling you back to Martha’s Vineyard this summer

Set your clocks to island time, Beach Road Weekend is back! 

This August, head out to beautiful Veteran’s Memorial Park on Martha’s Vineyard for three days of the finest folk, rock, and soul-filled music imaginable. Promising to deliver a world-class experience, founder and creator Adam Epstein say this year’s presentation will exceed last year’s success.

One glance of the exquisite lineup they’ve secured suggests they’re on course to make history with this one!

Mumford & Sons, Bon Iver and Fort Worth’s Leon Bridges headline this three-day island beach-bash, but you won’t have to wait until they go on for some of the best music of the festival. You can be in the front row for favorites from Alvvays, Gary Clark Jr., Gregory Porter, Japanese Breakfast, The Head and the Heart, Mary Chapin Carpenter, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Regina Spektor, and Kevin Morby — keeping you centered in the vibe all weekend long.

Fans will have a few different ticket options for enjoying the performances this year. General Admission will gain you access to the grounds with a great view of both stages for non-stop musical bliss. For those wanting a bit more, VIP Beach Club tickets will be available with access to the Beach Club directly in front of the stage, upgraded drink options, and a special shaded seating area. If that’s still not up to par, three different Skydeck ticket packages will surely do the trick with the best views of the festival, private bar access and select culinary offerings to seal the deal.

More time equals more fun and with plenty to do and see on the island, why not book a couple extra days? 

“The festival celebrates everything Martha’s Vineyard has to offer, and we want our guests to get the most out of the island,” says Epstein. “Come for the festival, but stay for the week. Head out on the water, enjoy the miles of beautiful beaches, watch the sunset from the Gay Head Cliffs, ride the carousel in Oak Bluffs and check out the incredible shops in Edgartown and Vineyard Haven. We want everyone to fall in love with the island and see what makes this place so magical.”

Guests are also strongly encouraged to stay on the island, noting that a ferry is the only way on and off the island and can be tricky to time your arrivals and departures while not missing any performances. Hotel packages have been curated with the help of Martha’s Vineyard Travel and Tourism industry to help accommodate the finest experience available by teaming up with the most sought after locations on the island. Hotel packages include a three-night stay and two three-day General Admission passes (upgradeable at checkout).

So if you’re looking for a relaxing getaway, scenic adventures on a beautiful island and some of the best music all in one place, be sure and make your way out to Martha’s Vineyard this August for a three day island-vibe retreat. See you there!

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