Library Tour & Schedule

This year, for the second summer in a row, we’re raisin’ cash and awareness for Vermont’s rural libraries ! With help from the Vermont Department of Libraries, our partnering librarians, our community partners, local businesses. And our fans!

Check out our 16-Town concert schedule below.

All donations at the door of each show go to the partnering library and their community-oriented needs.

We are a non-profit band, playing for causes.

You can help us pay for mileage, here. A 25 dollar donation gets you a free copy of our award winning album “Book of ZOO“.

  • FRI, 6/21 2-7pm BURLINGTON fletcher free library, 235 college st
  • SAT, 6/22 @ 7pm CABOT cabot public library, 3084 main st
  • FRI, 6/28 @ 7pm ENOSBURG enosburg public library, 241 main st
  • SAT, 7/6 @ 7pm ROCHESTER rochester public library, 22 south main st
  • FRI, 7/12 @ 7pm PEACHAM peacham congregational church, 56 church st
  • WED, 7/17 @ 7pm BRADFORD the space on main, 174 main st
  • SAT, 7/20 @ 7pm DERBY LINE haskell free library and opera, 93 caswell ave
  • WED, 7/24 @ 6pm BARRE vermont dept of libraries, 60 washington st
  • FRI, 7/26 @ 7pm MIDDLETOWN SPRINGS middletown springs public library, 39 west st
  • SAT, 7/27 @ 5pm WESTON weston comm. church, 37 lawrence hill road
  • FRI, 8/2 @ 7pm GROTON groton comm. building, 1476 scott highway
  • FRI, 8/16 @ 7pm MARSHFIELD jaquith public library, 122 school st
  • SAT, 8/17 @ 7pm HARDWICK jeudevine memorial library, 93 north main st
  • FRI, 8/23 @ 7pm CHELSEA chelsea public library, 296 vt route 110
  • SAT, 8/24 @ 7pm EAST FAIRFIELD meeting house on the green, 53 school st
  • SAT, 8/31 @ 7pm BELLOWS FALLS stage 33 live, 33 bridge st

ALL shows include either a local, opening band, a visiting politician, or an author. Think Lt Gov. David Zuckerman (Chelsea), Vermont poet Laureat Chard DeNiord (Rochester) – or singer-songwriter Senayit (Bradford). Things like ice-cream socials and bake sales will also happen during and /or after the show. So #ZOO.


"Good people playing good music for good reasons."

–Mark Piepcorn, Director, Stage 33 Live, Bellows Falls

"One of the best shows I have seen in forever!"

–Jan Sheeley, the Milk House Heaters

"Innovative, intellectual, inspiring."

–Annette Goyne, Richford High School, Head Librarian

"A Zoo-@-Logical Tour de Force."

–M Sebastian Araujo, Director, MCA

"Wacky, totally engaging and always inclusive."

–Jude Domski, VCAM

"You can’t beat their wardrobe."

–Tyler Griffin, Musical Director at Thetfest

"Think Leonard Cohen meets the Sex Pistols at Andy Warhol’s place."

–Andre Maquera, Producer

"The Zookeepers are music as information."

–Jason Broughton, Vermont State Librarian

"Crazily original with incredible song writing."

–Jan Sheeley, the Milk House Heaters