Multi-award winner, Claire Lynch, brings her crystalline voice and razor sharp band to Daryl’s House Club in Pawling, NY on April 1st as part of The Claire Lynch Band’s 2016 tour.

Twice Grammy-nominated, Claire Lynch is a pioneer and a traditionalist, continually pushing the boundaries of the bluegrass genre. Claire Lynch has long been recognized as a creative force in acoustic music and at the forefront of women who have expanded the bluegrass genre. Blazing her own trail in the mid ‘70s when there were few role models for a young woman in bluegrass, Claire made history when she fronted the Front Porch String Band, which evolved in the ‘80s and ‘90s into one of the most iconic post-modern bluegrass bands on the touring circuit. She formed the Claire Lynch Band in 2005, and is a three-time winner of the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA)  Female Vocalist of the Year award. She is a lifetime member of the Alabama Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame and a two-time GRAMMY nominee. Most recently, Claire won the 2014 IBMA Song of the Year award for “Dear Sister” and the Recorded Event of the Year Award for her participation in “Wild Montana Skies.”

Dolly Parton credits Claire with “one of the sweetest, purest and best lead voices in the music business today,” and longtime music critic and author, Robert K. Oermann says, “she sings like a hillbilly angel.” Emmylou Harris also says the singer has “the voice of an angel.”

On the heels of her IBMA awards and the success of her album Dear Sister, (Compass Records), Claire released her first-ever seasonal album, Holiday! on her own Thrill Hill Records label.

The Claire Lynch Band serves up a bluegrassy, jazz-infused Americana menu. This is an all-star supporting cast of master musicians. Mark Schatz has twice been named IBMA Bass Player of the Year. Jarrod Walker plays lead guitar and mandolin and sings background vocals. And Bryan McDowell is the only musician to ever win simultaneous national titles for guitar, mandolin and fiddle at the Walnut Valley National Flat Pick Guitar Championship.

Always an innovator, Lynch was awarded one of fifty USA Fellowships from United States Artists in 2012.  With only seven awards going to musicians, the USA Fellows represent the most innovative and influential artists in their fields – including cutting-edge thinkers and traditional practitioners from the fields of architecture and design, crafts and traditional arts, dance, literature, media, music, theater arts, and visual arts.

For years, Lynch has delighted audiences and enjoyed reverent standing ovations for her shows at prestigious music festivals and theaters around the world. She has crafted one of the most instantly identifiable sounds in acoustic music, encompassing classic bluegrass and thoughtful infusions of contemporary folk, country, rock, and swing. As a songwriter of inventive and evocative Music Row fare, her songs have been recorded by Kathy Mattea, Patty Loveless, and others, and she has performed as a backing/harmony vocalist with Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris and Pam Tillis — just to name a few. All of her own albums, thirteen to-date, feature Claire Lynch original songs.



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Bridge Street Theatre presents  Eric Michael Gillett in MAN ABOUT TOWN: THE WIT AND WISDOM OF NOEL COWARD
with Musical Director Erich Rausch,
Part of Tom Andersen’s WORDS & MUSIC: THE SONGBOOK SERIES. The show will take place on Friday, April 1, 2016 at 8:00PM at the Bridge Street Theatre “Speakeasy” (44 West Bridge Street, Catskill).

“Words & Music: The Songbook Series”, a four-program line-up of stellar cabaret entertainment curated by Tom Andersen, kicks off in Catskill on April 1 with five-time MAC Award winner Eric Michael Gillet in “Man About Town: The Wit and Wisdom of Noel Coward”. This stylish and sophisticated evening will be presented at 8:00pm in Bridge Street Theatre’s intimate “Speakeasy”, located at 44 West Bridge Street in the Village of Catskill.

“Our audience absolutely swooned over Eric Michael’s ‘Careless Rhapsody: The Lyrics of Lorenz Hart’ last season,” says Bridge Street Theatre Associate Director Steven Patterson. “The man’s a monster talent. And Coward is, of course, one of those songwriters who can make you howl with laughter with one tune and totally break your heart with the next. Combine the two and you’ve got a match made in cabaret heaven.”

Eric Michael Gillet

Eric Michael Gillett

ERIC MICHAEL GILLETT is the proud recipient of five Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs Awards, including the 2012 MAC Award for Outstanding Major Artist (Male), two separate awards for outstanding direction, the 1995 Male Vocalist Award and in 2014, Outstanding Special Production for his revue, “The Amanda McBroom Project”.  He has been seen on Broadway in the original casts of “Kiss Me, Kate” (1999 revival), “Sweet Smell of Success”, and “The Frogs”.  He is honored to have made his New York City Ballet debut as ‘Father’ in the production of Brecht/Weill’s “Seven Deadly Sins” starring Patti Lupone and Wendy Whelan. Eric Michael conceived and directed “Dance On”, the 2010/2011 edition of New York’s beloved Big Apple Circus.  Lincoln Center audiences have also seen him in the New York City Opera productions of “Cinderella” and “Candide”.  Off- Broadway: ‘Papa’ Denny Doherty in “Dream a Little Dream” at the Village Theatre, Richard in the York Theater’s workshop of the new musical “The Tutor”, as well as “Silent Laughter” (Lambs), “Good Companions” (York), “Of Thee I Sing” (Encores),”Frankenstein” (37 Arts), “Roller Derby” (Alvin Ailey), “December Fools” (Abingdon), “Time and Again” (Manhattan Theatre Club), and the Carnegie Hall staging of “Show Boat”.  Film and television credits include “Maid in Manhattan”, “The Judge”, “The Producers”, “Good God”, multiple “Law & Order” episodes, and “Ed”. For twelve years, Eric Michael appeared as the Ringmaster of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Visit Eric Michael Gillett at

General Admission $20, $10 for patrons age 21 and under
Tickets available for pre-purchase at or by calling 1-800-838-3006
Tickets can also be purchased at the door one half hour prior to the performance on a space available basis.
A four evening “Words & Music” Series Subscription is also available for only $60 from or by calling 1-800-838-3006.

 A discounted Series Subscription for the entire “Words & Music” line-up, which includes appearances by Grammy Award-winning songwriter Julie Gold, Mark Nadler singing Cole Porter, and the duo of Eric Comstock and Barbara Fasano, can also be purchased from at $60 for all four evenings – like getting one show absolutely free! For more information, visit or call 518-943-3818.

BRIDGE STREET THEATRE. Bridge Street Theatre, Inc. is a non-profit corporation which purchased an old factory building at 44 West Bridge Street in Catskill, NY in late 2013. We are now in the final stages of converting the building into a fully-functioning year­-round arts complex which will house our own theatre productions, will be available to other theatres and performing arts groups, and, because of its location adjacent to Catskill High School, will be able to provide theatrical opportunities for high school and middle school students. We recently received a grant from New York State’s Homes and Community Renewal to convert our black-box “Raw Space” into an 84-seat proscenium theatre. We’ve also transformed the lobby of the theatre into our “Speakeasy” where we’ve already presented over 40 events — theatre, music, magic and more – and turned our “Big Room” into an exhibition space where we’ve showcased a monumental balloon sculpture called “AVIARY (reimagined)” and an exhibit of large scale sculptures by local artists called “Big Works in the Big Room”. For more information on who we are, what we’ve done, and what we have planned, please visit our website at

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To contact Bridge Street Theatre directly for features and interviews or to reserve press tickets, email or call their offices at 518-943-3894. For more information on Bridge Street Theatre visit



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Lofpro is thrilled to welcome Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes back to the Tarrytown Music Hall on Friday, April 15 2016 as they celebrate their 40th year making their wonderful music.

“I’ve always wanted to be a Juke…and I still do .” (Jon Bon Jovi) Southside Johnny

“There’s one thing I’ve always wanted to do,” Southside Johnny confesses, “and that is to sing.” And he has been doing just that for over a third of a century. In a business where success is defined as getting a second single and longevity measured in nano-seconds, just surviving for forty years is a rare accomplishment. But Johnny and the Jukes have not just survived, they have flourished: over thirty albums, several EPs and a box set; thousands of live performances around the globe; a legion of dedicated and enthusiastic fans; dozens of classic songs; a record— HEARTS OF STONE —that Rolling Stone called one of the “top 100 albums of the 70’s and 80’s”.

Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes 2012 CD release Men Without Women: Live 7-2-11 was recorded live on July 2, 2011 at the Stone Pony with Little Steven Van Zandt. The disc featured live versions of the songs from the Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul 1994 album of the same name, along with three Asbury Jukes bonus tracks. 2010’s “Pills and Ammo” studio CD, with other recording highlights being the critically acclaimed “Hearts of Stone” and “Better Days” albums.

With a decades-long successful career, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes continue to deliver their soul-searing brand of raucous blues and R&B, with material mined from their 20+  albums – featuring their hits like “I Don’t Want To Go Home”, “Love On The Wrong Side Of Town”, “The Fever”, “This Time It’s For Real”, “Talk To Me” and their definitive fun-time cover of “We’re Having A Party” – and the story continues.

The iconic Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes have released the much anticipated SOULTIME!, their first new studio CD of all original material in five years, on Leroy Records. The new CD was written and produced by Jeff Kazee and John Lyon, and was recorded at Lakehouse Recording Studios in the Jukes’ hometown of Asbury Park, NJ. SOULTIME! celebrates the transformative power of ‘70s soul music and represents a return to – as Southside sings -“just letting the music take us away”.

The album was actually conceived in a giant superstore: “I was pushing my cart around, minding my business, and when I got to the liquors and wines, Curtis Mayfield’s ‘Superfly’ started to play,” Johnny recalls. “I noticed how people were reacting to the music, bopping their heads. I thought, ‘It’s time to make people feel good again.” “You know how David Ruffin had that rasp in his voice?” Johnny asks. “There’s a rasp in my own voice that makes me feel like a soul singer. I like that texture. I guess it’s the voice of experience.”

SouthsideJohnny3SOULTIME! encapsulates everything that fans cherish about Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes. The pattern of horns plus rhythm – each song painted with catchy choruses, top-notch string arrangements and gospel charged vocals – keeps on coming. Highlighting the eleven tracks on the new disc is “Looking for a Good Time,” a show-stopping blast of unforgiving soul that’s tailored in tribute to Mayfield’s muscular 1970 “debut” album Curtis.

The tracks “Spinning” and “All I Can Do” summon the grittiness that Isaac Hayes and David Porter brought to their best work for Sam & Dave. The romance and tenderness of “The Heart Always Knows” might have been a B-side for the Drifters’ “This Magic Moment.” And, the funk flavored “Reality” sounds like it belongs on Bobby Womack’s soundtrack to Across 110th Street.

“SOULTIME!” features Southside Johnny on vocals and harmonica, Jeff Kazee on keyboards and vocals, Glenn Alexander on guitar, bassist John Conte, Chris Anderson on trumpet, John Isley on saxophone, Neal Pawley on trombone and drummer Tom Seguso. The band will continue to tour steadily throughout the U.S. and overseas.

To Johnny, it’s just what he does. “I grew up on music. We listened to Billie Holiday, T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters and Big Joe Turner. My parents loved music, the louder the better.” Born and raised on the Jersey Shore, Southside’s fascination for the club scene started early. “My father played in bands for years, and my mother actually went into labor with me at some seedy New Jersey club. I guess some things were just meant to be.” Singing and playing in a number of blues and R&B bands at the now legendary Upstage Club, often joined by pals Bruce Springsteen, “Miami Steve” Van Zandt, and Garry Tallent, Johnny worked at making “meant to be” into “is.” It wasn’t easy. “We played for years on the shore, but it wasn’t until Bruce hit with ‘Born to Run’ that these A&R guys would drive to Asbury Park to see what was happening.”

Southside (so nicknamed because of his bent toward the Blues sounds of the Southside of Chicago) and his band, eventually called the Asbury Jukes, worked on growing their reputation as a dynamic live band through the late 60’s and early 70’s. “We built a big band, a home for lots of musicians, horns and all: sure we called it Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, but it was really just a bunch of guys getting crazy on stage.” Then, in 1975, they signed with CBS/Epic Records, released the critically acclaimed I DON’T WANT TO GO HOME, and a legend was begun.

What followed has been over three decades of recording and touring and solidifying a place in rock ‘n roll history. In 1992, the band released the fan favorite BETTER DAYS album, which found Southside reunited with his original Asbury Park collaborators, Bruce Springsteen and Little Steven, and relative “newcomer,” Jon Bon Jovi. In the wake of the record industry turmoil that followed, Johnny, never a fan of the “big record business,” took a hiatus from the studio, though he continued to work the road.

Johnny spent eight years working on the massive record collection he shares with E Street Band bassist, and childhood buddy, Garry Tallent, ruminating on life and his music, and just plain moping until 1999, when he returned to recording on his own terms and on his own label, Leroy Records. The result, MESSIN’ WITH THE BLUES, was a return to making music for the sheer joy of it; a collection of old and new true-blues songs that Johnny had long coveted but couldn’t record in the pop-single driven, major label environment.

MESSIN’ WITH THE BLUES was the catharsis Johnny needed to get the band back in the studio and himself back in the groove. “You can be free do what you want, as you want…we weren’t trying to be perfect…we just wanted to play…we were professional about it, while having a lot of fun.”

Recharged and reenergized, Johnny and the Jukes have kept up the pace since releasing GOING TO JUKESVILLE, the balls-to-the-wall, honest-to-goodness Jukes record in 2002; an introspective, soulful INTO THE HARBOUR in 2005; a live Internet stream of one of their legendary shows in 2008; a new live record of the legendary HEARTS OF STONE album in 2009; and PILLS AND AMMO, their studio record released in June, 2010 and their newest 2015 SOUL TIME! Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes are brassing their way full steam ahead the same way they always have, with no holds barred, good time rock and roll.

“I’ll stack my group against any group out there. We enjoy playing, and the audience enjoys having a good time. Music is a shared emotion. We distill it down to that.” When you distill Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, you come down to 40 years of great music and good times. . . and counting.

Come out to Tarrytown Music Hall on Friday April 15, 2016 and see for yourself why so many consider Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes to be one of the best live bands around.

Tickets available at or by phone 877 – 840 – 0457

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Bardavon Gala 2016:

An Evening with SANTANA!

Sunday, April 10 at 7pm at the Bardavon

Santana’s performances are always delivered with a level of passion and soul equal to the legendary sonic charge of his guitar, and the sound of this 10-time Grammy-winner is one of the world’s best-known musical signatures. For more than four decades—since his earliest days as a groundbreaking Afro-Latin-blues-rock fusion band in San Francisco—Carlos Santana has been the visionary iconic force behind artistry that transcends musical genres and generational, cultural, and geographical boundaries. Santana is playing Madison Square Garden three days after the Bardavon show, so this is a rare chance to see him in one of the most intimate venues he’s played in his career!

Photo credit: Erik Kabik

Photo credit: Erik Kabik

 $275 includes premier performance seating / post-show party / tax-deductible contribution

$225 includes preferred performance seating / tax-deductible contribution

Gala guests will join a parade of musicians to the post-show party at the Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel where the salsa of Sonando along with the all female Mariachi de La Toache, plus stilt walkers, acrobats and a contortionist from the Bindlestiff Family Circus will entertain!

Funds raised by the Bardavon Gala help underwrite many programs that cannot support themselves — school residencies that bring artists and musicians to local schools, ambitious symphony concerts, special senior citizen events, and more. The 80 generous sponsors listed here are responsible for the success of this event:


James J. McCann Charitable Trust

Marianne Murray & Richard Rowley



Diamond Mills

Hudson Highlands Properties

Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union


Rocking Horse Ranch

Dr. Sam & Gail Simon



The Canter Family

Healey Brothers

Hudson Valley Office Furniture

Key Construction Services

Mainetti, Mainetti & O’Connor, P.C.

Marshall & Sterling

The Millman, Harris, Romano Foundation

Poughkeepsie Journal 

Poughkeepsie Nissan

Real Property Abstract & Title Services

Redl Properties

Rose & Kiernan

Karen & Nevill Smythe

Timely Signs of Kingston

TrustCo Bank

Ulster Savings Bank

Vassar Brothers Medical Center


Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hudson Valley Properties

Central Hudson

Dorsey Metrology 

M&T Bank

Barbara & Ross Mauri

Meyer Contracting

Modena Family Practice

Kim & Jon Urban

Walters Storyk Design Group




Arnoff Moving and Storage

Arteaga Health & Fitness Centers

The Artist’s Palate

Automatic Alarm Services, Inc.

Bailey Pottery Equipment

Stan Beinstein

Adam & Nancy Belok

Dr. Eric & Irene Brocks

Frank & Pat Cannizzaro

Charlie & Lisa Daniels

Dream Studio Dance and Movement

Gellert & Klein

Getler & Gomes, PC (Suffern)

Goldstein & Goldstein, LLP

David & Nan Greenwood

Tim Hurley, Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty

J. E. Heaton Jewelers, Millbrook, Estate & Fine Jewelry

Bob & Francine Kallman

Lakeland Bank

The Law Office of Andre Sedlak

Law Office of Glenn R. Bruno

Law Offices of Patrick Moore

LCS Facility Group

Levine & Levine, P.C.

Lewis & Greer

Dale & Robin Lois

Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel

R&C Cleaning

Bill & Carol Rohde

S&O Construction Services, Inc.  

Paul & Ellen Schwartzberg

Sedore & Company, C.P.A.’s, P.C.

Joe Steiniger & Mary McDonald

Ginnie Styles

Superior Beer Technology Inc.

Joseph Tockarshewsky & Jane Whitman

Trailer King


Purchase your tickets in person or by phone at the Bardavon Box Office, 35 Market Street, Poughkeepsie, 845.473.2072 or by phone at or 800.745.3000. Please note that Bardavon Member benefits are not available through Ticketmaster.



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Phoebe Legere’s Bon Appetite is a family-friendly Cajun party band that blends elements of zydeco, New Orleans jazz, country, folk and blues into a spicy gumbo.  A standard bearer of the Acadian-Cajun renaissance, Ms. Legere is descended from one of the original Acadian families in North America. 

Phoebe plays seven instruments. She is an award-winning accordion player and an award-winning songwriter.

Phoebe has released fifteen CDs of original and traditional music. Her 2015 ACADIAN MOON was added to over forty radio stations in Canada. In 2014 Phoebe, received the prestigious Acker Award for Excellence in the Arts. In 2015 she appeared on HBO’s documentary IT’S ME HILARY which was produced by Lena (Girls) Dunham. Her original song Hip Hop Frog, a humorous but deeply serious environmental song, was licensed by HBO and will be on her new album. 

As a teenager Phoebe was signed to Epic Records as a songwriter. She opened for David Bowie on his National Tour in 1991. After the spectacular college radio success of “Marilyn Monroe” (Island Records), and her appearance in numerous underground films, se turned her attention to avant-garde classical music. Ms. Legere has appeared on National Public Radio, CBS Sunday Morning, ABC, NBC, PBS and Charlie Rose. She has performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and at the Congrés Mondial Acadien. She was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for her work with the Cleveland Chamber Symphony. She’s has had six of her original plays with music produced in New York City. She has two upcoming commissions: Theater for the New City (2017) and Dixon Place (2018).

This highly regarded “musicians musician” has said that the death of the record business is a much needed correction. “Right now musicians have a golden opportunity. For the first time in half a century we can shape our own careers. More importantly, musicians are no longer the slaves of music corporations. We are free to invent the music we hear in our hearts today, and invent new ways to deliver it to the listeners of tomorrow.”  

The New York Times raved: “Legere plays the piano with enormous authority in a style that encompasses Chopin, blues, ragtime, bebop and beyond, and she brings to her vocal delivery a four octave range, and an extraordinary palette of tonal color and meticulous phrasing.”

This “multi-keyboard, vocal wizard” (CBS) has been compared to “Beethoven” (Paper Magazine) “Edith Piaf” (Stephen Holden, NY Times), “Frank Zappa” (Billboard) “Dorothy Donegan” (John Wilson, NY Times) “Dorothy Parker” (Ruddy Cheeks, The Phoenix) “Jerry Lee Lewis” (Proctor. Lippincott, NY Times) and “Bobby Short” (LIz Smith, NY Daily News). Washington Post called Phoebe Legere “Mick Jagger with an accordion.” and Timeout called her “the Sexiest Accordionist on the Planet.” 

The Rosedale Cafe is at 434 Main St., in Rosendale. Admission is $10.



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A very special creative showcase – Hudson Valley Singer / Songwriters convene at The Falcon Underground every first Wednesday. Selected songwriters will be announced, by Host, Casey Erdmann and in Falcon promos.

Adam Bohanan adam bohananNYC based singer/songwriter Adam Bohanan takes a new look at the style of solo acoustic writing. While his soul/R’n’B style is influenced by artists like Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye, he also draws inspiration from his own diverse life experiences growing up in varied international cities. He makes the listener understand more about the other side of the social coin with his cutting lyrics that accentuate the complexity of life.

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Aspiring Hudson Valley singer/songwriter, Ayanna Martine, began writing songs in her early teens. Her style is reminiscent of of Ed Sheeran and Tracey Chapman, and her influences run from Twenty One Pilots to Pentatonix to other pop punk and alternative rock artists.

Host: Casey Erdmann

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Born into a musical family, Casey has been living and playing music in the Hudson Valley for 10 years. In October of 2012 she started a Kickstarter campaign, raising money to fund her debut album. With the help of Kickstarter and endless support from local artists and musicians, Casey was able to record her Debut album at the Clubhouse in Rhinebeck NY with Producer/world renowned guitarist Earl Slick. Since then Casey has been playing shows throughout the region, celebrating the work of her community and of the completion of a CD that’s been a long time coming.

Interested artists may contact:

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Big Ska Band has been together for 20 years and has toured the USA, Canada & the Caribbean. Big Ska Band has opened shows for Iggy Azalea, Drake, The Skatalites, The Toasters, The Flaming Tsunamis, Rubblebucket, & many more. The group is led by Grammy Award Winning producer/bassist Joe Ferry.

“The Skatalites had a blast recording our albums Hi-Bop Ska and Greetings From Skamania with you, Joe. Thanks.” – TOMMY McCOOK (The Skatalites)

“Joe Ferry may just have taken Ska to its most holy zenith.” REGGAE RUNNINS

“Big Ska is quality ska…” – LION OF ZION

“Big Ska…An invigorating tonic for the soul…” – SCOPE

“…An all-out trip…” – FMQB

The Bean Runner Café is located at 201 South Division Street, Peekskilllogo

$10 Admission. For reservations call 914-737-1701

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LIVE FROM NASHVILLE is a great show featuring a troupe of singers, dancers, a bona fide band of Nashville musicians, dazzling staging and rhinestone-bedecked costumes, all designed to celebrate a century of celebrities and treasured songs.

This incredible theatrical production brings phenomenal fiddling, fancy footwork and top-flight vocals to the theater in a trip through some of country’s greatest music—songs brought to life by Patsy Cline, Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton to country rockers like The Eagles, Brooks & Dunn and Garth Brooks, and including today’s hits from stars like Carrie Underwood Brad Paisley, Taylor Swift and Lady Antebellum.

LIVE FROM NASHVILLE delivers it all!


MATINEE:  11:15 am. Lunch 1:00 Pm Show

EVENING:  6:15 pm. Dinner 8:00 Pm Show

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Bardavon has announced the international percussion sensation STOMP will be coming to UPAC on Saturday, April 16 at 8:00pm. Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, March 23 at 11:00am. Preferred seating for Bardavon members will be available through April 8 (subject to availability). STOMP NYBinsLeap5x7

STOMP, the international percussion sensation, makes its Kingston premiere.  From its beginnings as a street performance in the United Kingdom, STOMP has grown into an international sensation over the past 20 years, having performed in more than 50 countries and in front of more than 24 million people. Explosive, inventive, provocative, witty, and utterly unique—an unforgettable experience for audiences of all ages. STOMP NYHandsandFeetleap5x7

Tickets can be purchased in person at the Bardavon Box Office, 35 Market Street, Poughkeepsie, 845.473.2072, in person at the UPAC Box Office, 601 Broadway Kingston, 845.339.6088 or online at Ticketmaster: 800.745.3000.

Please note that Bardavon Member benefits are not available through Ticketmaster.

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