…features a variety of cultural events, from leading poets to cutting edge performance artists.” —The New York Times
Office hours: Tuesday through Friday, 9 am—5 pm; Saturday and Sunday 12—5 pm.
Hudson Hall will be closed on January 19 for Martin Luther King Day, February 16 for President’s Day, May 25 for Memorial Day, July 6 in observance of Independence Day, September 7 for Labor Day, October 12 for Columbus Day, November 26 for Thanksgiving Day, and from December 21 through January 3.
We are now offering tours of the newly restored building. During weekdays, you can take a tour at either 1 pm or 4 pm, On Saturdays and Sundays, tours take place at 11:30 am and 5 pm. If an event is taking place in the building, tours are cancelled; please check the calendar prior to your visit. Readings and all exhibitions are always free of charge. Parking can generally be found on Warren Street, or in two municipal parking lots on the 300 block. An accessible entrance and accessible parking is located off City Hall Place. If you plan to attend a Hudson Hall event and need special assistance please don’t hesitate to contact us. Large print programs are available for all events.
We encourage you to reserve tickets for all events, even if they are free. In the event of any changes or updates to scheduled programs, we will make every effort to contact ticket holders using the information provided. Late seating is at the discretion of management. Programs and artists are subject to change. There are no refunds or exchanges. If you are unable to use your tickets, they may be returned up to 24 hours in advance in exchange for a tax-deductible contribution.
Rush Tickets for Students & Veterans
Hudson Hall strives to makes the arts accessible to all. In addition to numerous free workshops, exhibits, talks, and community events presented by Hudson Hall year-round, we also offer up to two $10 rush tickets to students 29 and under and to veterans with a valid ID starting 90 minutes before any performance. For shows with limited tickets, a standby line will be formed. Seating is at the discretion of the box office.
Additional ticket subsidies for nonprofit community groups and under-served populations are available based on need; for further information please contact us directly by calling (518) 822-1438 ext. 101.
Hudson Hall is wheelchair accessible and has an elevator to reach the performance hall. Please contact us if you have other special needs and we will be happy to assist you.
Unless otherwise noted, children under the age of 5 will not be admitted to live events intended for adults. House management reserves the right to remove disruptive parties from the theater.
Bad Weather Policy
For Daytime Programs:
Hudson Hall follows the same cancellation procedures as the Hudson City School District. Please check your local radio stations for these cancellations.
For Nighttime programs:
Hudson Hall follows the same cancellation policies as Columbia-Greene Community College. Please check your local radio stations for these cancellations.