2023 Hudson Jazz Festival

Save the Date!

February 16-19 & 23-26, 2023


Photos by David McIntyre

Learn About The 2022 Hudson Jazz Festival

Sing a song full of the hope that the present has brought us.

Excerpt from Lift Every Voice and Sing, written by James Weldon Johnson 

Hudson Hall at the historic Hudson Opera House presents the 2022 Hudson Jazz Festival, scheduled for February 10-13 and 17-20 and curated by creative producer Cat Henry. Entitled “Lift Every Voice,” after the Black national anthem, the eight-day festival conveys a message of hope and revival and celebrates the artistry of Black jazz musicians and their innovation of the genre. 


VALENTINE’S WEEKEND

(February 10-13)

Thursday, February 10 – Sunday, February 20: Armstrong Now! 2022 Hudson Jazz Festival Video Installation.

Thursday, February 10: Opening Night Exhibition LOOK AGAIN, curated by Mike Mosby, followed by an outdoor street party.

Friday, February 11 at 7PM: The Baylor Project

Saturday, February 12 at 7PM: Alexis Morrast

Sunday, February 13 at 3PM: Free screening of Let Freedom Sing: How Music Inspired the Civil Rights Movement (2009) Please note: The previously scheduled “Community Sing” has been replaced by a short film performance of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” featuring Hudson community members led by Anneice Cousin and arranged/accompanied by David Sytkowski.


PRESIDENTS’ WEEKEND

(February 17-20)

 

Thursday, February 17 at 7PM: Armstrong Now! An Evening of Spoken Word & Music featuring poet, actor, and activist Daniel J. Watts and special guests. Co-presented by the Louis Armstrong House Museum

Friday, February 18 at 7PM: Warren Wolf featuring Alex Brown

Saturday, February 19 at 7PM: Jazzmeia Horn

Sunday, February 20 at 3PM: Jimmy Greene Quartet


CONCESSIONS

Concessions will be provided throughout the Hudson Jazz Festival at the courtesy of Kat Dunn of Buttercup. Pre-order is now available. Please make sure to select the date of pick up that corresponds to your show date(s), and pick up your order in the upstairs performance hall once you arrive. PLEASE NOTE: table service is not available.


TICKETS & FESTIVAL PASSES

 

SINGLE EVENT TICKETS:

Single Concert Tickets start at $25 : *COVID-cautious seating. Masks required at all times. No food or drink may be consumed in this section. 

Single Concert Tickets start at $25 (theater-style seating) -SOLD OUT

General Admission Table of 2: Start at $50, Cabaret-style table. To purchase a table of 4, please purchase two tables of two and our box office staff will make note of your order.

Premium Admission Table of 2: Start at $70, Cabaret-style table. To purchase a table of 4, please purchase two tables of two and our box office staff will make note of your order.

Sponsor Table: $150 for a Table of 2, $300 for a Table of 4
Enjoy an extra special festival experience with pre-set nibbles and beverages at your own cabaret-style table for 2 or 4

 

FESTIVAL PASSES:

Full Access HJF 2022 Pass – $352 (20% off) – SOLD OUT
February 10-13 & 17-20
This pass admits two adults to both weekends of the HJF 2022. You’ll receive premium table seating for all six main stage performances, plus a guaranteed seat at the free screening of Let Freedom Sing on Sunday, February 13.

Valentine’s Weekend Pass – $136 (15% off) – SOLD OUT
February 10-13
This pass admits two adults to every event Valentine’s Day weekend. You’ll be guaranteed premium table seating for performances by the dynamic multi-GRAMMY-nominated duo, The Baylor Project, and rising star vocalist Alexis Morrast, plus a seat at the free screening of Let Freedom Sing on Sunday, February 13. Psst, it also makes a wonderful Valentine’s Day gift! 

Presidents’ Weekend Pass – $238 (15% off) – SOLD OUT
February 17-20
This pass admits two adults to every event Presidents’ Day weekend. You’ll receive premium table seating for performances by multi-GRAMMY-nominated singer, Jazzmeia Horn, acclaimed vibraphonist Warren Wolf, GRAMMY-nominated saxophonist and composer Jimmy Greene and his quartet, and a special co-presentation with the Louis Armstrong House Museum, Armstrong Now! An evening of Spoken Word & Music featuring poet, actor and activist Daniel J. Watts.