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TELEFUNKEN Sponsors Hike To The Mic 2021


Free Music and Arts Happening - The Friends of Heublein Tower, Inc. are pleased to announce the revised schedule of artists for the 7th annual HIKE TO THE MIC- Music and Arts Happening at the Heublein Tower in Talcott Mountain State Park in Simsbury, CT. Unquestionably one of the most unique settings in New England for a concert event, the location will once again provide the perfect backdrop for the seventh annual Hike to the Mic Rescheduled for September 25 & 26, 2021.


Saturday – September 25, 2021 Sunday - September 26, 2021
QUINN SULLIVAN                                 5  pm      ONE TIME WEEKEND                                    5 pm
NIKITA                                               3:30  pm      JAKE KULAK & THE LOWDOWN             3:30 pm
NO MIND                                                 2 pm      AMONG THE ACRES                                     2 pm
AUSTIN JAMES                                      1 pm      FLYING MONKEY BLUES BAND                  1 pm
CORI & THE MUSIC                             12 pm      FOOLISH WISELY                                         12 pm
DOWNRIGHT FAMILY BAND                11 am      CHRIS CASEY JAZZ                                     10 am




This ‘donation suggested’ event will reward those who journey the trails through Talcott Mountain State Park to the Heublein Tower with great musical entertainment, fantastic food and the “royal view' ' from one of Connecticut’s premier destinations.

Food vendors include Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, Harry’s Bishop Corner Pizzeria, and Beau’s Burger Shack who will be grilling burgers and dogs in the Eisenhower Pavilion.

There will also be a fantastic raffle including artwork, merchandise, gift cards and more.

All proceeds from the Hike to the Mic will benefit the restoration and enhancement of the Heublein Tower.

Please check out HIKETOTHEMIC.COM for the latest info about the event.

Friends of Heublein Tower, Inc is a non-profit preservation society, established in 1984, for the purpose of restoring for public use the state-owned Heublein Tower landmark to its original and authentic 1914 splendor. By providing time, talent and financial assistance, the Friends of Heublein Tower supplement the state of Connecticut’s efforts in restoring, improving and interpreting the Heublein Tower and its surrounding grounds. The restored Tower serves as a museum and a place of learning, gathering and exploration for the educational and social benefit of those who visit.