The Flynn is thrilled to present Hurly Burly, a concert series unlike any we’ve presented before. From mid-August through September, Hurly Burly, co-presented by Burlington Discover Jazz Festival and UVM Lane Series, features pop-up shows from beloved local artists—in a safe environment that allows for social distancing. Dreamed up to break the doldrums of the pandemic, Hurly Burly puts live music back in the air and delivers that electric atmosphere only in-person shows can create. Each performance takes place on a makeshift stage on the back of a flatbed truck at a community park in the Burlington area. But here’s the kicker: there’s a bit of mystery in the mix because the time and location of each performance won’t be announced until the day of the show. So, stay tuned.
All shows will take place in public spaces, and social distancing and other safety measures will be enforced throughout the spectator area. Chalk circles will be drawn six feet apart from each other and signs will be placed all over to reinforce the measures that are expected.
Cloth face masks covering nose and mouth are required for all attendees (BYO or disposable available on site).
Eye coverings are now encouraged for prevention (BYO glasses or sunglasses).
Keep 6ft distance from others.
If you are quarantined as directed by the State of Vermont, please stay home.
The location of the Hurly Burly events will not be announced until the day of the show. The details for each concert will be posted on the Flynn’s social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) and communicated to all Flynn email subscribers the day of the show.