Talcott Mountain Music Festival
Rules and InformationFood & Beverage
Pack your favorite picnic fare, or choose from a large selection of food at the concessions tent. Beer and wine will be sold at the concerts. Hard liquor is not permitted on the grounds of the Talcott Mountain Music Festival.
The Talcott Mountain Music Festival is a BYOB event. Concertgoers are permitted to bring beer and wine. Hard liquor is not permitted on the grounds of the Talcott Mountain Music Festival.
As a courtesy to your fellow audience members and the performers, it is asked that attendees turn off watch alarms, pagers, cell phones, and other noise-making devices. Audio and video recording and flash photography are prohibited during the performance.
Strictly Prohibited on Festival Grounds
Smoking, hard liquor, ball playing within 15 feet of other seated patrons, pets, fireworks, sparklers, firearms or any other incendiary device, radios, boom-boxes or other stereo equipment, audio/video recording, flash photography, solicitation or unauthorized concessions or handouts, tents, tarps and large tables, lewdness, drunkenness or other inappropriate behavior.
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