summer

Weekly! June, July and August...

Tasty Tuesdays. Tuesdays, June 18 through August 27. On Tuesdays throughout the summer season Bromley will be giving away a FREE ice cream cone with every Adventure Pass purchase! There's tons of Tuesdays - come on up to Bromley and enjoy our Adventure Park and get a free tasty treat!


The full calendar of special events...

Bruce Bowey & Magic Brushes

May 25th

Bowey is an award winning family entertainer. Find him in the park 1-4pm. He geniously combines magic, ventriloquism, balloon art and humor to provide you with an epic show. Magic Brushes is known for painting excellent master pieces on childrens face, hand, or cheek. 

June 14 Two-for-One Mountain Adventure Passes

Jun 14th

Celebrate the official opening of the full-time Summer Season at Bromley! On June 14 we begin 7 day-a-week operations and keep the adventure rolling daily through Labor Day. Bring a friend and share a pair of all-day Mountain Adventure Passes (buy one get one free) when you buy online by June 13.

Pink Friday!

Jun 21st

Got Pink? Wear pink and adventure for a cause this Friday, June 21, and support Susan G. Komen's BOLD GOAL of reducing breast cancer related deaths by 50% in the U.S. by 2026. Purchase an all-day Mountain Adventure Pass for $49, and we’ll donate 50% of proceeds to this summer's Inaugural Komen Vermont MORE THAN PINK WALK(Saturday, July 20 at Riley Rink at Hunter Park in Manchester), hosted by Susan G. Komen New England. The funds raised at Pink Friday stay local to support breast cancer education, awareness, and grants to service organizations in Vermont and New Hampshire, as well as fund Susan G. Komen's national research program. (Raindate: Friday, June 28)

Live music by Jack Waldheim

Jun 29th

Enjoy live music that ranges in style from funky old blues, to slam poetry, to acoustic rock and whatever else they be feeling. Band plays on the Sun Deck (weather permitting) from 1-4pm.

Mark Gamsjager & The Lustre Kings

Jul 6th

Join us for a performance by Bromley favorites for all seasons... the Lustre Kings swinging good rock 'n' roll is sure to please. Band plays on the Sun Deck (weather permitting) from 1-4pm.

"Raptor Encounters" with the VT Institute of Natural Science

Jul 13th

Come enjoy a live presentation from the Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS), July 13, as they bring in three live birds of prey. Falcons, hawks and owls provide the lens through which we examine food webs, predator-prey relationships and the interdependence of the systems that support life. Plus, they're really cool! Showtime: 2pm

Live music by Jack Waldheim

Jul 20th

Enjoy live music that ranges in style from funky old blues, to slam poetry, to acoustic rock and whatever else they be feeling. Band plays on the Sun Deck (weather permitting) from 1-4pm.

Live music by Spadtastics

Jul 27th

“The Spadtastics” is a terrible name for a Grateful Dead cover band. So they make up for it by playing their collective butts off—creating time-bending interstellar jams that will make you question reality and quit your day job. They reach into your solar plexus, open up your heart, and massage it with mallets made of cocobolo, milled steel, and peonies, and then sew you back up at the end of the set. You don’t just leave a Spadtastics show having been entertained; you are made a better, more compassionate human being. Listen to them live on the Sun Deck from 1-4pm.

Magic by Scott Jameson

Aug 3rd

See the show audiences are calling “Superb!”, “A blast!”, and “Heartwarming fun for the whole family.” Join magician and juggler Scott Jameson at 2pm (45 minute sets) for an extraordinary performance that will have you laughing out loud and perched on the very edge of your seat. Umbrellas will be plucked from thin air, a drawing will come to life, basketballs will be spun and juggled, and a member of the audience will unlock telekinetic abilities. For more information visit Scott’s website at www.scottjameson.com

Live music with Beatles Tribute Studio Two

Aug 10th

Enjoy free live music on the Sun Deck (weather permitting) from 1-4pm by Studio Two - the best Beatles Tribute band around taking only the most exciting and fun times in the Beatles career: The club and touring years.

"Reptile Rendezvous" with the VT Institute of Natural Scienc

Aug 17th

VINS is back! This time with an all-new educational presentation and more live animals! If you missed them in July, now's your chance. Come enjoy and learn as we explore the characteristics of our scaly friends: the reptiles! Meet reptile ambassadors up close and learn about the adaptations of these beautiful creatures to their habitats here in New England. We’ll have Touchable artifacts and hands-on materials to complete the experience as we uncover the ecological roles and tremendous importance of these organisms. Plus, they're really cool! Showtime: 2pm

Live music with The Terrible Mountain Stringband

Aug 24th

Terrible Mountain Stringband fuses original, contemporary, and traditional material, bringing heartfelt new life and relevance to the chain of American folk music. Third generation fiddle players, Ida Mae and Lila Specker were born in a one-room cabin at the foot of Terrible Mountain in Andover, Vermont and learned to play the fiddle from their father, John Specker. Together with Josh Norman on guitar, vocals and percussion, Lila and Ida Mae formed Terrible Mountain Stringband in 2017. They are joined by William Seeders Mosheim, an acclaimed luthier and multi-instrumentalist, on banjo. Carrying on the legacy of their forebearers, the band pays homage to the past while continuously evolving their unique sound. For more information visit www.idamaespecker.com. Enjoy them live on the Sun Deck from 2-5pm.

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