Event Details & Schedule

ROCKFIRE 2022: RAIN OR SHINE
Please note there will be no Granite Heritage FireWalk Friday, please join us for our usual Saturday night festivities.

Calendar is still being finalized, please check back soon. The following events are not ‘set in stone’ until June 1 – ticket sales will also open then.

Saturday June 25th

All Day Millstone Trails will be open to the public for walking and exploring of the abandoned quarry sites and quarry ruins found only on Millstone Hill, Vermont’s manmade natural wonder.

6pm to midnight
11th Annual RockFire FireWalk Ages 10+ 

Settle under the tent and watch the world-class sunset atop Millstone Hill. Bring your own picnic or enjoy food from our varied choice of vendors including: Mediterranean Mix serving lasagna, moussaka, samosas and more. 

6pm     Concert begins with Bow Thayer
7pm     Scott Forrest appearance
7:45pm Bow Thayer
8:45pm Cielle’s Lightkeepers Performance
9pm Iron Guild Molton Metal Pour with Dragon’s Breath Fire Performers

At 9:30 The Catamount Pipe Band will commence the Signature FireWalk with their opening Bagpipe fanfair as they lead the first group to the entrance of the 1.5 mile luminary-lit FireWalk pathway, featuring 8 stages containing live performances recreating the sounds the Scottish, Italian and French Canadian ethnic groups represented in Barre’s colorful granite past, merging with a feel good celebration with DJ Disco Phantom as only our 10th anniversary can bring.

MAIN STAGE: BOW THAYER & SCOTT FORREST
CATAMOUNT PIPE BAND
ITALIAN VILLAGE DANCE
DENISE RICKER & LINDA YOUNG
HILDE OJIBWAY & SHARON WHYTE-ESTES
AARON MARCUS & JOANNE GARTON
DJ DISCO PHANTOM
SCOTT CAMPBELL
ANTIONETTE JACOBSON & RIA BLAAS PYROPHONE & TENOR SAX
SCOTT FORREST

Concert & FireWalk Tickets: $25 per adult, $15 ages 10-17
Can be purchased day-of onsite starting at 6pm both Friday and Saturday.

Only service dogs allowed at event. We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes, layers in case it gets chilly, and perhaps a bit of bug spray. The use of headlamp-flashlights is prohibited, and we request those who insist on using flashlights be considerate of others.

Sunday, June 30th

All Day Millstone Trails will be open to the public for walking and exploring of the abandoned quarry sites and quarry ruins found only on Millstone Hill, Vermont’s manmade natural wonder.

  • Parking available on-site.
  • Trails are alcohol-free.  We reserve the right to deny trail access to anyone under the influence.