The Hudson River Museum is pleased to announce our series of summer amphitheatres on Friday and Saturday evenings from July 9 to August 20, 2021, featuring the highest quality artists in multiple disciplines and genres, featuring the focus on iconic and emerging artists who give great memories. shows every season. All performances are FREE and start at 8 p.m., with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. No reservations required. Seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis and we reserve the right to limit capacity in accordance with NYS and CDC guidelines. A free parking is available. Learn more at hrm.org/amphitheater.
During such a difficult time, the HRM summer amphitheater series provides the culture-hungry public with a safe outdoor location, overlooking the majestic palisades and the Hudson River, where they can come together to enjoy top-notch entertainment. Now celebrating its ninth season, this year’s captivating performances include tango, jazz, classical, R&B and soul, magic and even a falconer showing off birds of prey.
Free evening hours: The Museum will also offer free admission on Friday and Saturday evenings, 5 pm to 7 pm, July 16 to August 28, 2021. We will also offer a free planetarium show on Fridays at 6 pm. The Museum is delighted to reopen the HRM Planetarium on Friday July 16, with a free show, after having been closed since March 2020 due to the pandemic.
HRM’s free evening hours are sponsored by Entergy. The amphitheater schedule is as follows:
Friday July 9 8 p.m.- Afro-Peruvian ensemble. An unforgettable live experience that celebrates a unique heritage that will put you on your feet! This set of stars brings you the cheerful sounds of the Peruvian coast with a contemporary treatment rooted in a rich tradition.
Saturday July 10, 8 p.m.- Skyhunters in Flight. As dusk turns to night, watch erect birds of prey fly above you as master falconer Brian Bradley demonstrates their special powers. Get a closer look at living owls, hawks and hawks from around the world. Find out how these magnificent birds play an important role in our environment, at the top of the food chain.
Friday July 16, 8 p.m. Unison. The four main members of the Unison group all reside in Westchester and have been performing together for the past four years. They play a range of covers as well as original music, with Joshua Bayonne on vocals and keyboards, Benjamin Martinez on guitar, Tyler Morgan on saxophone, and James Langley on drums and vocals.
Saturday July 17, 8 p.m. Getting to Know Yourself: Mental Reading Under the Stars. Forget everything you know about mind reading. Andy Gershenzon, The Brooklyn Wizard, has been a professional magician for over 15 years. Her unique mark of magic and mentalism was appreciated by all.
For more information, visit HRM.org.