Arts Culture

This Hudson Valley Pass Is Your Key to Summer Fun in Westchester

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The Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass provides discounted ticket bundles to events by five premier cultural arts organizations.

Those who can’t decide whether to attend Westchester’s superb events, art house screenings, Shakespeare fest, or musical performances no longer need to pick just one. Five major county cultural players have joined forces for the second year to offer a forward-thinking initiative, called the Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass, aimed at allowing visitors to experience each venue at a reduced price.

The Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass is a discounted bundle of tickets to the season’s top events at the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, Historic Hudson Valley, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, the Jacob Burns Film Center, and Storm King Art Center.

The pass is designed to help consumers better enjoy the venues’ abundance of arts and culture offerings while diversifying their experiences. Those interested in the pass can find a link to purchase it at each of the participating organizations’ websites through June 16, 2023; the pass is priced at $185 but valued at over $400.

According to Edward J. Lewis, III, president and CEO of Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, the pass will help each organization bolster the others. “Music has the unique ability to unite people across geography, through history, and from all lived experiences. At Caramoor, we recognize and embrace the unique responsibility we have as arts presenters, and with our fellow participants, we create a welcoming and safe cultural community. We hope that Caramoor fans and newcomers alike will take advantage of this great deal and experience!”

The Jacob Burns Film Center’s executive director, Mary Jo Ziesel, adds that the pass will has opened new frontiers for local cultural consumers. “We love to collaborate with other arts and culture nonprofits in the region to offer a chance to try out the diverse cultural offerings we have so close by,” notes Ziesel. “The arts are a fun way to celebrate the summer and patrons can enjoy a significant discount with all partner organizations while supporting arts in the Hudson Valley!”

John P. Stern, president of newly added organization The Storm King Art Center, says, “Storm King is pleased to collaborate with nearby organizations to offer a unique way to plan cultural activities throughout the summer. I hope that the Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass encourages people to visit somewhere they’ve never been or seek out a new experience.”

Those who purchase a pass will receive two tickets to a concert of their choice at Caramoor, two tickets to three historic sites/tours from the Historic Hudson Valley, two tickets to a weekday performance at Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, a packet of four free passes plus two free popcorn and soda coupons at Jacob Burns, and admission for two people on the day of their choice at Storm King Art Center.

Learn more about the pass here.

Related: Westchester’s Must-Visit Art and History Museums

Paul Adler

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