Telegraph Celebrates 13th Anniversary With Shows Oct 10, 13 & 14

*Last updated 10/12 11:20pm
137 Bank Street
New London, CT

Telegraph is celebrating thirteen years of music, community, and culture in downtown New London with a round of parties in our new(ish) digs at 137 Bank Street. We hope you'll join us!

Tuesday October 10
6pm / All Ages
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Graphic Novel Release Celebration

Come celebrate the release of "How To Completely Lose Your Mind", the new graphic novel by Pocket Vinyl about a 2019 tour where they tried to play a show in every state in the fastest amount of time. The first show on that tour was AT the Telegraph, so this is a special, meta performance, and it will be great. Come see Pocket Vinyl perform their fantastic piano/painting show, followed by a reading from their book and discussion on how they did their world record tour, followed by a Q&A and signing. 

Friday October 13
6-9pm / All Ages

What better way to kick festivities off than a Friday the 13th party with some incredible music from two of our fave crews?! New to the Telegraph, Brisa Azul play a sparkling latin infused, guitar driven pop music that'll surely get you grooving. Shop faves and family, Number One Babe are working on material for their sophomore release and we couldn't be more excite. They've been wowing folks with their dreamy rocking americana vibes for the past few years and great things lie ahead for them. Catch them now so you can say you saw them before it all hits! To close out the weekend we've got a true juggernaut of punk, rock, and ska to blow the doors off the joint. Mitch Kramer kick things off with their punky, feisty rock and roll in their Telegraph debut (though the band's members are no strangers to our fertile NL scene). Scene vets Fatal Film make their return as a four piece to the new TeleStage. So excited to have them back in the house. Minds must prepare to be blown. And to close out the shindig, we've got the big big sounds of New London's (other) big band, The Hempsteadys. It's going to be a blast! See you there (or here but you know what we mean).




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