2024 Hudson Jazz Festival

October 4-6, 2024


For the first time since its inception, the Hudson Jazz Festival invites jazz lovers to experience the stunning upstate New York leaf-peeping season with a shift from its traditional February dates to October. The explosion of fall colors sets the backdrop for the festival to expand onto the streets with the addition of a free pre-festival Community Day (September 28, 2024) to be followed by a slate of new and exciting city-wide events to be announced in the coming weeks. 


2024 HUDSON JAZZ FESTIVAL

(City-wide events to be announced in the coming weeks)

HUDSON JAZZ FESTIVAL COMMUNITY DAY
Saturday, September 28, 2024 from 2pm – 6:00pm

EKEP NKWELLE: ELLA FITZGERALD – AGAINST ALL ODDS
Friday, October 4 at 7pm

RILEY MULHERKAR QUARTET
Saturday, October 5 at 7pm

ETHAN IVERSON TRIO
Sunday, October 6 at 3pm

FESTIVAL PASSES & SINGLE TICKETS

*Please note, table seating is limited. Seats for parties of fewer than four will be seated with other parties.

2024 HJF FESTIVAL PASS ALL ACCESS (Save 20% On All Events)
Tier 1: $184, One Reserved Table Seat
Tier 2: $112, One General Admission Seat (no table)

2024 HJF FESTIVAL PASS 3 HH MAINSTAGE PERFORMANCES ONLY (Save 15%)
Tier 1: $166, One Reserved Table Seat
Tier 2: $89, One General Admission Seat (no table)

2024 SINGLE TICKETS:
Tier 1: $65, Reserved Table Seat
Tier 2: $35, General Admission (no table)
Tier 3: $20, General Admission Rear/Side Seat (no table, keyboard/drums sightlines may be restricted).

Student/Veteran Rush: $10 at the door starting 1hr before showtime (pending availability)
Under 25 Tickets – Section 3 only: $15. Use code UNDER25 at check out. Photo ID is required at pick up or ticket buyer will be required to pay the difference. No refunds or exchanges permitted.

This event is supported by a Market New York grant from Empire State Development, and I LOVE NY/New York State’s Division of Tourism through the Regional Economic Development Council initiative.®

I LOVE NEW YORK is a registered trademark and service mark of the New York State Department of Economic Development; used with permission.

Hudson Hall’s programs are made possible with support from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.