Curated by Cat Henry, the 2023 Hudson Jazz Festival: The Shape of Jazz Today brings together adventurous, inventive artists whose bold vision takes jazz in new directions while honoring the traditions of the past.
From Cat Henry:
“Since Ornette Coleman’s “The Shape of Jazz To Come” caused a stir in 1959 for its inventiveness, jazz fans have grown to appreciate the enormous breadth of jazz expression. Today, performances draw as much from A Tribe Called Quest or Radiohead as they do Coltrane, Ellington, or Monk. Showcasing this unlimited color palette of rhythm and tone, the festival provides an exciting glimpse of where we are today…and yes, what’s to come.”
2023 HUDSON JAZZ FESTIVAL
WEEKEND ONE: (February 16-19, 2023)
FESTIVAL PASSES & SINGLE TICKETS
*Please note, table seating is limited. Seats for parties of fewer than four will be seated with other parties.
2023 HJF FESTIVAL PASS (Save 20% On All 7 Concerts)
Section One: $336, One Reserved Table Seat – SOLD OUT
Section Two: $192, One General Admission Seat (no table)
WEEKEND #1 FESTIVAL PASS (Save 15% On 3 Concerts)
Section One: $153, One Reserved Table Seat – SOLD OUT
Section Two: $102, One General Admission Seat (no table)
WEEKEND #2 FESTIVAL PASS (Save 15% On 4 Concerts)
Section One: $204, One Reserved Table Seat – SELLING FAST
Section Two: $136, One General Admission Seat (no table)
Section One: $60, Reserved Table Seat
Section Two $40, General Admission (no table)
Section Three: $30, General Admission Rear/Side Seat (no table, keyboard/drums sightlines may be restricted).
All mainstage concerts will be live streamed for free. Reservations are required.
LODGING AT THE WICK
All Hudson Jazz Festival goers receive a special lodging rate at The Wick for $169.00 a night mid-week for a standard king or double queen room, and $229.00 for Friday & Saturday. For more information or to book your stay, call (518) 249-6825.
COVID-19 SAFETY: Click here to view Hudson Hall’s COVID-19 policy.
Illustration by Keith Henry Brown
This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
The 2023 Hudson Jazz Festival is made possible with generous support from I LOVE NEW YORK and the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.
® 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 programming is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of the Governor and the New York Legislature.