The Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass Gives Inside Access to the Arts

Starting in June, the Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass is a unique experience that helps local lovers of the arts plan a vibrant season of culture.

With an abundance of premier arts organizations dispersed throughout the Hudson Valley, it can be hard to catch them all in one season. Thanks to the Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass, experiencing the offerings from five of the region’s popular organizations is easier than ever. Jacob Burns Film Center, Storm King Art Center, Historic Hudson Valley, Caramoor Center for Music and Arts, and Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival have all joined together to create this unique New York experience.

The pass helps consumers plan a summer of diversified and vibrant arts and culture, with only a short drive from one destination to the next. With options for either a two-person or four-person pass, the Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass allows art enthusiasts to customize their experience with discounted ticket bundles.

 

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The two-person pass, which is a $195 purchase valued at over $400, includes two tickets to a concert of your choice at Caramoor, two tickets to three historic sites or tours at Historic Hudson Valley, two tickets for a weekday performance at Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, four free passes and snack discounts at Jacob Burns Film Center, and admission for two people on the day of your choice at Storm King Art Center.

The four-person pass, which is a $375 purchase valued at over $800, includes four tickets to a concert of your choice at Caramoor, four tickets to three historic sites or tours at Historic Hudson Valley, four tickets to a weekday performance at Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, eight free passes and snack discounts at Jacob Burns Film Center, and admission for two people on the day of your choice at Storm King Art Center.

Passes must be purchased by June 30, and performance selections should be made within one week of purchase.

Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts

Katonah

 

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Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts is an enriching destination for exceptional music and captivating programs on beautiful gardens and grounds. This summer, audiences are invited to explore the terrain, take a tour of the historic Rosen House, and enjoy lively music in one of five magnificent settings: the Venetian Theater, Spanish Courtyard, Music Room of the Rosen House, and the magnificent gardens.

Historic Hudson Valley

Tarrytown

Steeped in history and renowned sites, the Hudson Valley is home to National Historic Landmarks like Washington Irving’s Sunnyside, the charming riverside home of the Father of American Literature; Union Church of Pocantico Hills, with stained glass windows by master artists Henri Matisse and Marc Chagall; and Philipsburg Manor, a 1750s architectural marvel. Tour all three or come out to celebrate Pinkster, a special springtime event, at Philipsburg Manor.

Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival

Garrison

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The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival has established a reputation for engaging and highly inventive productions staged under an iconic, open-air tent with a background of the Hudson River. This season, revel in the joy and magic of live theater as you experience a picnic paired with drama, comedy, passion, and, of course, a beautiful setting on the river.

Jacob Burns Film Center

Pleasantville

With a diverse slate of films carefully curated by the talented programming team at Jacob Burns Film Center, you’re sure to have an outstanding experience at the state-of-the-art Westchester theater. Stop by to get a taste of all the film center offers, as there is truly something for everyone, from popular new releases and award-winning films to documentaries that will expand your perspective and cross genres.

Storm King Art Center

New Windsor

Plan the perfect day exploring large-scale sculptures under the open sky in the 500-acre landscape that is Storm King Art Center. This summer will feature a special exhibition that includes six new, large-scale outdoor sculptures by Arlene Shechet. While there, rent a bike, ride the tram, join a free tour, engage in a family program, or immerse yourself among the art with a picnic for the whole family.

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