Saratoga Performing Arts Center
We Put Our Art into Everything
Make Saratoga Springs your destination for music, dance, arts and culture!
Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC)
Saratoga Performing Arts Center, in heart of the glorious Spa State Park in Saratoga Springs, NY, has been the Summer home of New York City Ballet and The Philadelphia Orchestra, and the location of more than a thousand performances of best-in-class artists across all genres.
The nation’s first and foremost Artist Residency Program, hosting hundreds of leading artists from around the world each year in a bucolic, retreat setting. Our gorgeous formal gardens are open to the public from 11 – 4 p.m. daily and for ticketed events on occasion.
Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery
On the Skidmore College campus, the Tang presents about 12 contemporary art exhibitions each year through an interdisciplinary lens, bringing together visual and performing arts with ideas from history, economics, biology, dance, and physics, to name a few. Visitors can also experience talks, screenings, and performances, including the summer concert series Upbeat on the Roof. Free admission. Open Thurs 12–9pm; Fri-Sun 12-5pm.
Caffè Lena presents extraordinary music in an intimate setting steeped in history. It is widely recognized as the longest continuously operating folk music venue in the United States. The Capital Region's #1 listening room. Music, connection and learning 7 days a week.
Saratoga Arts is the home for arts education for all ages. The Arts Center is an art gallery, a gift shop, a performance space for film, music, theater, and much more. Founded in 1986 by and for artists and audiences, Saratoga Arts’ mission is to enrich the region by cultivating a vibrant arts community and by ensuring that the arts are accessible to all.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday 12-4pm
Universal Preservation Hall
Universal Preservation Hall is a partner in the Proctors Collaborative. It is a year-round arts and community events venue offering concerts, shows and more. It currently seats up to 700 and has a large, open, community room.
Arthur Zankel Music Center
On the Skidmore College campus, Zankel presents public performances year-round. The 600-seat, acoustically tuned Helen Filene Ladd Concert Hall, within Zankel, has drawn sold-out crowds and featured performances by many internationally-renowned artists.