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APRIL 2024


Cabaret on Broadway

London’s hottest ticket is now on Broadway with Academy and Tony Award winner Eddie Redmayne reprising his Olivier Award-winning performance as the Emcee, and introducing Gayle Rankin as the Toast of Mayfair, Sally Bowles.

John Oliver and Seth Meyers 

John Oliver and Seth Meyers continue their residency at the Beacon Theatre from April- June, 2024!

Martha Graham Dance Company

In a season entitled “American Legacies,” the Company explores Martha Graham’s relation to Americana and Modernism. Graham works to be performed include her visceral masterwork The Rite of Spring, her extraordinary collaboration with Aaron Copland and Isamu Noguchi, Appalachian Spring, and her joyous Satyric Festival Song, danced by special guest star FKA twigs.

Brisket King

Witness greatness in the making as chefs from New York and beyond go head-to-head for the Brisket King® NYC crown. Indulge in mouthwatering bites from all 20+ competitors, sample craft beer, hard cider, wine, and spirits, and savor the exhilaration of live competition with all-access tickets on sale now.

Billy Joel 

In December 2013, Billy Joel was named Madison Square Garden’s first-ever music franchise, joining the ranks of the storied venue’s other original franchises – the New York Knicks and New York Rangers. The record-breaking residency began in January 2014 with Joel playing one show every month at The Garden for, as Joel said at the time, “as long as the demand continues.”

After 10 extraordinary years, the record-breaking residency will conclude with Billy’s 150th lifetime performance at the venue in July 2024. Don’t miss your chance to see the final shows of the residency – get your tickets today!

Apollo: When We Went to the Moon 

The Intrepid Museum–home of the space shuttle Enterprise—is thrilled to host Apollo: When We Went to the Moon. This special exhibition unpacks the history of the Apollo program and sets the stage for NASA’s current Moon to Mars campaign.
Using interactive media, photographs, and rarely-seen artifacts from the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® archives, the exhibition explores the people, technology and world events that defined this pivotal moment in the Space Race, and reveals the forces that pushed the United States and the Soviet Union to sacrifice man and machine in order to be the first on the Moon.

Esther Perel 

Esther Perel will bring The Future of Relationships, Love & Desire to the Beacon Theatre on April 17 & 18.

Psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author Esther Perel is recognized as one of today’s most insightful and original voices on modern relationships. Fluent in nine languages, she helms a therapy practice in New York City and serves as an organizational consultant for Fortune 500 companies around the world. Her celebrated TED Talks have garnered more than 40 million views and her bestselling books, Mating in Captivity and The State of Affairs, are global phenomena translated into more than 30 languages. Esther is also the host of the hit podcast Where Should We Begin? which is available on Apple Podcasts. Her latest project is Where Should We Begin – A Game of Stories with Esther Perel.

The Black Crowes 

The Black Crowes will bring the Happiness Bastards Tour ’24 with special guest Larkin Poe to Radio City Music Hall on Saturday, April 27.

Margarita Rumble 

Try up to 15 margaritas and vote to choose the Best Margarita in New York! The event will be held on Dobbin St’s amazing rooftop with panoramic views of New York City, and a portion of all proceeds go to support a local nonprofit organization.

The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism

This groundbreaking exhibition explores the comprehensive and far-reaching ways in which Black artists portrayed everyday modern life. Through some 160 works of painting, sculpture, photography, film, and ephemera, explore the new Black cities that took shape in the 1920s–40s in New York City’s Harlem and nationwide in the early decades of the Great Migration, when millions of African Americans began to move away from the segregated rural South. The first art museum survey of the subject in New York City since 1987, the exhibition establishes the Harlem Renaissance and its radically new development of the modern Black subject as central to the development of international modern art.


Wanda Sykes 

Head to the Ulster Performing Arts Center to see Wanda Sykes, the Emmy winning stand up comic, writer, actress and producer who has been entertaining audiences for over twenty years. She has ranked among Entertainment Weekly‘s “25 Funniest People in America” and her peers have called her “one of the funniest stand-up comics” in the field.

Masters of the Air

Join us at the Spa Little Theater for an evening with New York Times bestselling author Donald L. Miller. Miller is the author of 10 books, including Masters of the Air, now a limited series on AppleTV, produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks.

This event is presented jointly by the Saratoga Book Festival, Literary Arts@SPAC, and the Saratoga County Veterans Peer Connection program. Tickets are on sale now and include a copy of the book Masters of the Air. Miller will sign books after the presentation.

David Koechner

City Winery Hudson Valley presents actor, writer and producer David Koechner, who is well-known for his roles as Todd Packer on “The Office” and Champ Kind from “Anchorman” and “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.” 

The Decemberists

For over 20 years, The Decemberists have been one of the most original, daring, and thrilling American rock bands. Founded in the year 2000, The Decemberists’ distinctive brand of hyper-literate folk-rock set them apart from the start with the release of their debut EP 5 Songs in 2001. Since then, the band has released nine full-length albums that are unbound by genre and highly ambitious, ranging from Americana-leaning storytelling epics to elements of 70’s prog and hard rock.

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical 

The White Plains Performing Arts Center presents Beautiful. Before she was hit-maker Carole King — she was Carole Klein, a spunky, young songwriter from Brooklyn with a unique voice. From the chart-topping hits she wrote for the biggest acts in music to her own life-changing, trailblazing success with Tapestry, Beautiful takes you back to where it all began and takes you on the ride of a lifetime.

Featuring such unforgettable classics as “You’ve Got a Friend”, “One Fine Day”, “So Far Away”,”Will You Love Me Tomorrow”, and “Natural Woman”; this Tony® and Grammy® Award-winning musical phenomenon is filled with the songs you remember and a story you’ll never forget.

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week highlights the talented chefs and the locally sourced ingredients they use. From April 8 – 21, participating restaurants will offer prix fixe lunches starting at $24.95 and prix fixe dinners starting at $39.95 per person. 


Tulip Fest

Over 15,000 tulips. U-Pick tulips, music, food and activities for all ages. $15 per person. Doors open at 11 am. 

Taste of Spring Cooking Class 

Mushroom toasts, chilled spring pea soup with toasted pine nuts, crispy prosciutto, crème de brie, and pea tendrils, roasted garlic-almond butter chicken, and an apricot rhubarb compote tarte are ALL on the menu at Watergrasshill Bed & Breakfast! Don’t miss out on learning how to craft this delicious three-course menu yourself! This class is BYOB, so those 21 and over may bring a beverage of choice to sip on during the class!

Jazz Brunch

Jazz Brunch with Kim Lesley and Joe Tranchina at Silk Factory in Newburgh. Full brunch menu, full bar, live music!

Earth Day Fair

21st Annual Earth Day Fair –  rain or shine. This year’s theme is Planet vs. Plastics. Come learn about sustainable alternatives to single-use plastics and fast fashion, as well as the 7 R’s for Green Living. This is a free, family-friendly, zero-waste event with children’s activities, food, nature walks, and live music! There will be information and presentations on composting, plastic issues, insulation, community solar, electric vehicles and more! Plus you can take a stroll down Huguenot Street among the United Nations flags and visit the rail trail to view educational signs about how to live more sustainably.

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