Burlington’s broad assortment of artsy locals

Music VenuesHigher Ground 1214 Williston Rd. S. BurlingtonStomping grounds for the biggest national acts that stop in Burlington, featuring a club setting with the largest capacity of any music venue in the area.Radio Bean 8 N. Winooski Ave. BurlingtonThe pinnacle of college coffeehouses, the Bean offers live music in a cozy setting seven days a week. Stop by on a winter evening for some chill tunes — or simply to enjoy their wonderful hot cocoa.Nectar’s 188 Main St. BurlingtonThe essence of everything Burlington with live music every night of diverse genres, but focused on jam and folk music. The Monkey House 30 Main St. WinooskiSet away from downtown Burlington, this old-fashioned bar brings local acts with the most buzz to the stage. Weekend nights are sure to bring a crowd and some sweet rock ‘n’ roll. Tick Tick19 Marble Ave. BurlingtonA screen printing company in Burlington that also organizes and promotes local shows for independent musicians in Burlington. Definitely look out for their sponsored shows.Art VenuesFleming Museum of UVM BurlingtonUVM’s own art gallery, featuring excellent exhibits curated by UVM students, professors and visiting artists. TheaterUVM Royall Tyler Theater116 University Place Burlington The hub of theater on campus — watch out for upcoming performancesMovie theatersPalace 9 Theater 10 Fayette Dr. S. Burlington An alternative to the Roxy with a wider selection of films.Firehouse Gallery135 Church St. BurlingtonThe avant-garde, contemporary art venue with an emphasis on crucial issue themed works of art.Flynn Center for the Performing Arts153 Main St. Burlington The primary theater in Burlington with a diverse schedule of theatrical, musical and visual arts.Merrill’s Roxy 222 College St. Burlington The movie theater closest to UVM that showcases popular new releases.