Here are some of the bands who have played at Music in Depot Park. 

The Snaz formed five years ago when it’s members were still struggling through adolescence. Since that time they have grown and improved playing festivals like The Green River Festival, Grand Point North and South By South West. They Have won Awards like WRSIs 2nd best song of the year in 2013 and WRSIs 1st best song of the year in 2015. This band that is conquering the dangerous and competitive music scene of southern Vermont is readying it’s self to be the next big thing. They have played many a music venue and event and will play many more. They plan to take on the world. You will know know their name. You will never forget, The Snaz.
Los Sugar Kings Boston-based quartet known for their dynamic live performances, rich harmonies, intense musicianship and ability to transcend genre. Respect is paid to the forefathers and traditions of Afro-Cuban Son, Salsa and Rumba-Flamenca, but Los Sugar Kings (named after a Cuban baseball team) also actively draw on influences from nearly every continent in their unique roots-rock-reggae fusion repertoire.

Pati Cloutier & the Peterborough All-Star Band This a five piece ensemble is made up of veteran local musicians who have performed or continue to perform with some of the region's top notch original & cover acts. The All-Stars are Pati Cloutier on vocals & percussion, Ken Cloutier on vocals & bass guitar, Jeremy Brown on Keyboards, Paul Stowell on drums, and special guest Kenny Hamshaw on Lead Guitar. They will have you dancing with their repertoire crossing a wide range of styles including Rock, Jazz, Blues, R&B, Country, Funk & Soul. July 24 - 

Trio Sphere Playing music of (& inspired by) jazz legend Thelonius Monk . . . playful, melodic & quirky, the trio creates an engaging interactive vibe with the audience. Featuring Tom Robinson on keyboards, Fender Rhodes, and soprano saxophone, Scott Kiefner on Bass, and Tim Gilmore, percussion.

The Longnhorns
Featuring fiddler Dave Reiner, joined by Diane Kordas on bass, Bob Kordas on Dobro and banjo, and Johnny Harper on guitar, the band delivers an energetic show of Bluegrass and Texas Swing.

Paul Klemperer and his New Hampshire Ensemble Saxophonist Paul Klemperer is active in the Austin, TX blues and jazz scene. Last summer he blew us away and left us craving for more, so we’re thrilled to have him back! Paul’s NH Ensemble is Max Nunnemaker, bass (and sax for some sweet duets); Spencer Peery, guitar; Gordon Peery, keyboard; and Joe Bartlett on drums.