The Bee’s Knees was a fantastic venue for live music, with one great act or another playing most days. Sadly The Bee’s Knees is no more, but the Vermont music scene is very much alive and well! If you’re missing your nights out at The Bee’s Knees, why not check out some of these Vermont live music venues. While you can never replace The Bee’s Knees, you’ll always have those great memories, and now it’s time to make some new ones elsewhere!
Monkey House in Winooski has lots of great live music, but you’ll also see some hilarious comedians and other acts here too. It’s a small and intimate venue that serves some good food and a fantastic range of microbrews too!
Located in Rutland, this historic venue has music concerts, theatrical performances and screenings of vintage films. There’s always something interesting going on at the Paramount Theatre.
If you’re looking for a later night venue, then give The Pickle Barrel in Killington a visit. The light and sound technology is right up to date giving you an awesome experience whenever you visit. It’s a big venue with three levels, four bars and two stages. You can certainly spend a whole evening here without getting bored and feeling as if you want to move on. There’s even a free shuttle bus.
If you’ve never been to Nectar’s in Burlington, then you’ve been missing out on something fantastic. It’s on the main street and has been a music venue for a long time now. There’s great live music acts every day and you can also eat some tasty food and get yourself a drink at the bar.
Another great live music venue in Vermont is Higher Ground in South Burlington. There’s live music every night, you’ll see national and local acts and there are also some great DJ nights. This venue has built up a great reputation for being one of the safest places to have a night out in the area.
Popular with a younger crowd, Club Metronome in Burlington offers popular live music and DJ dance parties. A lively night out is guaranteed here!