Huge congrats to North Stonington country musician Nick Bosse, who won "Locals Live" at Mohegan Sun Wolf Den December 7! Locals live is a "battle of the bands" contest hosted by Mohegan Sun & Hall Communications. This 4-week contest is held every Wednesday from November 9th – December 7th (excluding November 23rd) from 8-10pm, where 12 local bands and musicians, 4 per week, will compete live at the Wolf Den. The 3 bands/musicians that receive the most overall votes from the audience will compete in the finals on December 7th in front of expert judges to vie for the $5,000 grand prize; 2nd place receives $1,000.
Our FREE summer concert series returns this summer! Join us Fridays on the patio for our outdoor concerts. Bring the kids to this family friendly evening and end the week with music, fun and dinner on the patio. Food & Beverage available for sale beginning at 5:30pm; concerts are 6-8pm.
Please bring your chairs, blankets; no outside food and beverage permitted; credit card and cash purchases for food and beverage; concerts will go on rain or shine - we will move the concert inside if there is inclement weather; ample parking is available at the hotel in any spot; the IRONS restaurant is open to the public on a first come first serve basis - we encourage you to arrive early for dinner or join us on the patio and take advantage of our outside bar and grill beginning at 5:30pm
Our newest event, Bash On The Grass, will prove to be the chosen spot for your Friday night.
Hang out under the stars, grass-side, as you party to the best local bands in the area and cozy up to a fire pit, all while snacking on some good eats and sipping summer cocktails – and if that isn’t enough, we’ve got all the games you can play!
Join us each Friday in July and August!
Spend the day with us in Norwich, the Rose of New England! Nearly 14 hours of FREE live music featuring national, regional & local original artists on Chelsea Parade Park by day and Historic Downtown Norwich by night! Experience outdoor concerts on our main stage, take a class in our creative station, shop our food and artisan vendors, take a guided tour of local attractions, run one of our races, experience live performance art. This is a free, family friendly event.
The Noank-Mystic Community Band will host the twenty-fifth annual Summer Sounds concert series on Tuesday evenings at 7pm from June 7 to August 9. Admission is free to the public; please bring blankets or lawn chairs.
Join us on Friday, June 3, 2022 for a family-friendly concert in the Arboretum's outdoor theater overlooking the pond. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets for an enjoyable, family-friendly outdoor concert in the Arboretum outdoor theater overlooking the pond. B.Y.O.P. (Bring Your Own Picnic) or enjoy take out from the Munchies food truck!
Gates open at 6 p.m. Music starts at about 6:30 and goes until 9:30.
Tickets at the gate, cash only: $10 person, $20 family (two adults and kids under 18)
Music, 30+ Vendors, Food, Full Bar! Bring your lawn chair, or blanket to sit on. We offer window service for food and beverages. No outside food or beverage service allowed. Please no pets. A portion of the vendor fees will be donated to Marra's Menagerie, a small no kill rescue farm in Griswold Connecticut, USA.
Record Store Day is back! The annual celebration of vinyl and independent record stores is back to its roots with an April date and we couldn't be happier. Once again, we'll have hundreds of limited edition releases available on a first-come first served basis. We'll be open at 10am and let four shoppers in at a time to make their selections (so get here early). We hope to see you here in Downtown New London on Saturday, April 23 for Telegraph's Record Store Day 2022!
Sadly, we won't be hosting live music as we have in the past but we promise we'll get back to it down the line.
Jimkata bring their brand of anthemic, synth-washed, electro-rock from Los Angelas with special guests indie alt-rock act Eat Fire Spring!
Four years after going on hiatus, Jimkata is back with a renewed sense of purpose and an extraordinary new album. Recorded in Syracuse with producer Jason Randall, Bonfires finds the trio digging deep and stretching their boundaries with bold, intoxicating arrangements fueled by swirling synthesizers and anthemic hooks. The songs here are at once modern and classic, blurring the lines between the organic and the electronic as they reckon with doubt, struggle, and perseverance in a search for truth and meaning. Like much of Jimkata’s catalog, Bonfires delivers transcendence in tight, dancefloor-ready packages, but there’s a sense of freedom at play that pushes the trio’s performances to new emotional heights, a kind of liberation that can only come from learning to let go of expectation and embrace the moment. “I think the time away brought us all more maturity, more patience, an ability to see the bigger picture,” says singer/guitarist Evan Friedell. “We all gained a lot of perspective on life and the value of being in a band together.” Indeed, the heart and soul of Jimkata has always been the enduring bonds between Friedell and his longtime bandmates, guitarist/keyboardist Aaron Gorsch and drummer Packy Lunn. Pals since middle school, the three launched Jimkata in 2005 while attending Ithaca College, where they quickly found an audience for their relentlessly feel-good performances, which grew from local house parties to club, theater, and festival dates on the strength of a series of critically acclaimed albums. Popdose hailed the band’s “bubbly sweetness,” while American Songwriter praised their “organic chemistry,” and Relix raved that the trio’s sound “proves that rock-based music still has a place in the world of four-on-the-floor beats.”