NY Capital District Living - Places - Venues - Capital District, New York, USA

Places for performances, concerts, athletics, conventions, tradeshows, gatherings
  • Cohoes Music Hall: historic performance hall; constructed in 1874; performers have included Buffalo Bill Cody, John Philip Sousa, Col. Tom Thumb; restored and re-opened in 1975
  • Egg, The: Performing Arts Center; two theatres: the Lewis A. Swyer Theatre and the Kitty Carlisle Hart Theatre; visually appears like an egg over the Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza just south of the capitol in Albany
  • Proctors Theater: Performance theater; touring musicals, comedy, music, film; seats 2,700; downtown Schenectady National Register of Historic Places
  • Revolution Hall: Performance space; downtown Troy
  • SPAC: Saratoga Performing Arts Center; outdoor performing arts center; Performances by New York City Ballet, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Saratoga Chamber Music Festival, Freihofer's Jazz Festival, Lake George Opera, Saratoga Wine & Food Festival; Amphitheatre and Spa Little Theatre
  • Troy Music Hall: Performing arts theater; noted for its exceptional acoustics; music performances; downtown Troy, in Troy Savings Bank
  • TU Ctr: Times Union Center; multipurpose arena; seats about 17,000; home to AHL River Rats, Albany Conquest and the Siena Saints; downtown Albany; formerly called the Pepsi Arena; formerly called the Knickerbocker Arena
  • U@Albany PAC: Performing Arts Center, University at Albany; five performance spaces; University music and theatre performances
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